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  • BB creatif Launches New NFT Series, VICE, on May 13 During Mental... (574 characters)

    Fri, 13 May 2022 00:00:00 -0400BB creatif Launches New NFT Series, VICE, on May 13 During Mental...Arts & Entertainment: Photography

    <p>Mint one of Bianca Van Damme?s nine personalities as part of the artist?s series, with 9.99% of sales donated to The Child Mind Institute.</p><p>(PRWeb May 13, 2022)</p><p>Read the full story at <a href="https://www.prweb.com/releases/bb_creatif_launches_new_nft_series_vice_on_may_13_during_mental_health_awareness_month/prweb18678775.htm" rel="nofollow">https://www.prweb.com/releases/bb_creatif_launches_new_nft_series_vice_on_may_13_during_mental_health_awareness_month/prweb18678775.htm</a></p>

  • HealthyChildren.org Celebrates Summer With Super Sweepstakes Event (474 characters)

    Fri, 13 May 2022 00:00:00 -0400HealthyChildren.org Celebrates Summer With Super Sweepstakes EventBusiness: Web sites / Internet

    <p>HealthyChildren.org, the official American Academy of Pediatrics website for parents, celebrates summer with a 7-day sweepstakes event. Twenty-one lucky winners will receive a $200 gift card. Contest...</p><p>(PRWeb May 13, 2022)</p><p>Read the full story at <a href="https://www.prweb.com/releases/2022/5/prweb18673647.htm" rel="nofollow">https://www.prweb.com/releases/2022/5/prweb18673647.htm</a></p>

  • New Croatian Billboards Capitalize on Elon Musk Tweets In Inventive... (424 characters)

    Fri, 13 May 2022 00:00:00 -0400New Croatian Billboards Capitalize on Elon Musk Tweets In Inventive...Arts &amp; Entertainment: Web sites / Internet

    <p>Subscription management company Revuto is using billboards in the Croatian capital of Zagreb to encourage people to take charge of their subscriptions</p><p>(PRWeb May 13, 2022)</p><p>Read the full story at <a href="https://www.prweb.com/releases/2022/05/prweb18672182.htm" rel="nofollow">https://www.prweb.com/releases/2022/05/prweb18672182.htm</a></p>

  • Chambers and Partners Diversity &amp; Inclusion Awards Recognize... (703 characters)

    Fri, 13 May 2022 00:00:00 -0400Chambers and Partners Diversity &amp; Inclusion Awards Recognize...Legal / Law: Intellectual Property

    <p>Global law firm Greenberg Traurig, LLP is a finalist for the 2022 Chambers and Partners Pro Bono: Outstanding Firm Diversity &amp; Inclusion Award. Intellectual Property &amp; Technology Associate...</p><p>(PRWeb May 13, 2022)</p><p>Read the full story at <a href="https://www.prweb.com/releases/chambers_and_partners_diversity_inclusion_awards_recognize_greenberg_traurigs_pro_bono_program_and_tzy_ying_sandy_chiu/prweb18678613.htm" rel="nofollow">https://www.prweb.com/releases/chambers_and_partners_diversity_inclusion_awards_recognize_greenberg_traurigs_pro_bono_program_and_tzy_ying_sandy_chiu/prweb18678613.htm</a></p>

  • Divi Resorts Offering Travelers 30% Spring Savings on 2022 Caribbean... (544 characters)

    Fri, 13 May 2022 00:00:00 -0400Divi Resorts Offering Travelers 30% Spring Savings on 2022 Caribbean...Business: Travel

    <p>For a limited time, rates at Divi Resorts are as low as $169 per night (room only) and $225 per person, per night (all-inclusive)!</p><p>(PRWeb May 13, 2022)</p><p>Read the full story at <a href="https://www.prweb.com/releases/divi_resorts_offering_travelers_30_spring_savings_on_2022_caribbean_vacations/prweb18677918.htm" rel="nofollow">https://www.prweb.com/releases/divi_resorts_offering_travelers_30_spring_savings_on_2022_caribbean_vacations/prweb18677918.htm</a></p>

  • HAN Capital Expands Campground Footprint with 8-Figure Deal in... (473 characters)

    Fri, 13 May 2022 00:00:00 -0400HAN Capital Expands Campground Footprint with 8-Figure Deal in...Business: Travel

    <p>After establishing a new division focused on RV Campgrounds and Manufactured Housing Communities in 2021, HAN Capital has acquired their second campground site: an exquisite 44 acre property nestled...</p><p>(PRWeb May 13, 2022)</p><p>Read the full story at <a href="https://www.prweb.com/releases/2022/5/prweb18673244.htm" rel="nofollow">https://www.prweb.com/releases/2022/5/prweb18673244.htm</a></p>

  • Prancer Enterprise and HTC Global Services have entered into a... (722 characters)

    Fri, 13 May 2022 00:00:00 -0400Prancer Enterprise and HTC Global Services have entered into a...Technology: Computer

    <p>HTC Global Services (HTC) and Prancer Enterprise (Prancer) have entered into a partnership agreement to provide fully managed cloud security solutions for global enterprises and public sector...</p><p>(PRWeb May 13, 2022)</p><p>Read the full story at <a href="https://www.prweb.com/releases/prancer_enterprise_and_htc_global_services_have_entered_into_a_partnership_agreement_to_provide_fully_managed_cloud_security_solutions/prweb18677215.htm" rel="nofollow">https://www.prweb.com/releases/prancer_enterprise_and_htc_global_services_have_entered_into_a_partnership_agreement_to_provide_fully_managed_cloud_security_solutions/prweb18677215.htm</a></p>

  • Boston Greeks Enjoy Greek Festival Section on GreekBoston.com (428 characters)

    Fri, 13 May 2022 00:00:00 -0400Boston Greeks Enjoy Greek Festival Section on GreekBoston.comBusiness: Web sites / Internet

    <p>GreekBoston.com creates new Boston Greek festival section that is for people of all ages that live in New England to find the most updated Greek festival...</p><p>(PRWeb May 13, 2022)</p><p>Read the full story at <a href="https://www.prweb.com/releases/2022/5/prweb18665282.htm" rel="nofollow">https://www.prweb.com/releases/2022/5/prweb18665282.htm</a></p>

  • Food Insecurity and Time use in Elderly vs. Non-elderly: An... (457 characters)

    Fri, 13 May 2022 00:00:00 -0400Food Insecurity and Time use in Elderly vs. Non-elderly: An...Business: Web sites / Internet

    <p>New AAEA member research released in AEPP</p><p>(PRWeb May 13, 2022)</p><p>Read the full story at <a href="https://www.prweb.com/releases/food_insecurity_and_time_use_in_elderly_vs_non_elderly_an_exploratory_analysis/prweb18673115.htm" rel="nofollow">https://www.prweb.com/releases/food_insecurity_and_time_use_in_elderly_vs_non_elderly_an_exploratory_analysis/prweb18673115.htm</a></p>

  • What Business Owners and Executives Need to Know About Cyber Insurance (604 characters)

    Fri, 13 May 2022 00:00:00 -0400What Business Owners and Executives Need to Know About Cyber InsuranceBusiness: Web sites / Internet

    <p>NYC area cyber security expert, Carl Mazzanti, discusses the current climate for cyber insurance and steps to increase the odds of qualifying for coverage?in a new article from eMazzanti Technologies...</p><p>(PRWeb May 13, 2022)</p><p>Read the full story at <a href="https://www.prweb.com/releases/what_business_owners_and_executives_need_to_know_about_cyber_insurance/prweb18676960.htm" rel="nofollow">https://www.prweb.com/releases/what_business_owners_and_executives_need_to_know_about_cyber_insurance/prweb18676960.htm</a></p>

  • 87650729 (770 characters)

    Fri, 13 May 2022 00:00:00 -0400Business: Travel

    <p>3x-GRAMMY&#174; Award-Winning &amp; 14x-GRAMMY&#174; Award Nominated Blues Hall of Famer TAJ MAHAL will perform at Jimmy&#39;s Jazz &amp; Blues Club on Saturday July 23 at 7:30 P.M. Taj Mahal joins...</p><p>(PRWeb May 13, 2022)</p><p>Read the full story at <a href="https://www.prweb.com/releases/jimmy_s_jazz_blues_club_features_3x_grammy_award_winning_14x_grammy_award_nominated_blues_hall_of_famer_taj_mahal_on_saturday_july_23_at_7_30_p_m/prweb18677956.htm" rel="nofollow">https://www.prweb.com/releases/jimmy_s_jazz_blues_club_features_3x_grammy_award_winning_14x_grammy_award_nominated_blues_hall_of_famer_taj_mahal_on_saturday_july_23_at_7_30_p_m/prweb18677956.htm</a></p>

  • Home2 Suites in Owings Mills MD and Select Baywood Hotels Properties... (687 characters)

    Fri, 13 May 2022 00:00:00 -0400Home2 Suites in Owings Mills MD and Select Baywood Hotels Properties...Business: Travel

    <p>Home2 Suites in Owings Mills, MD along with additional Baywood Hotels properties the Comfort Inn in Washington, DC and the Holiday Inn Express in Hyattsville, MD speak on the lineup of events in the...</p><p>(PRWeb May 13, 2022)</p><p>Read the full story at <a href="https://www.prweb.com/releases/home2_suites_in_owings_mills_md_and_select_baywood_hotels_properties_announce_events_for_summer_vacation_planning/prweb18676591.htm" rel="nofollow">https://www.prweb.com/releases/home2_suites_in_owings_mills_md_and_select_baywood_hotels_properties_announce_events_for_summer_vacation_planning/prweb18676591.htm</a></p>

  • 7 Biggest Digital Marketing Mistakes Businesses Make, According to... (620 characters)

    Fri, 13 May 2022 00:00:00 -04007 Biggest Digital Marketing Mistakes Businesses Make, According to...Business: Web sites / Internet

    <p>Digital marketing spend is expected to reach $146 billion by 2023. DesignRush reached out to experts to discover the biggest digital marketing mistakes businesses make.</p><p>(PRWeb May 13, 2022)</p><p>Read the full story at <a href="https://www.prweb.com/releases/7_biggest_digital_marketing_mistakes_businesses_make_according_to_experts_designrush_quicksights/prweb18677754.htm" rel="nofollow">https://www.prweb.com/releases/7_biggest_digital_marketing_mistakes_businesses_make_according_to_experts_designrush_quicksights/prweb18677754.htm</a></p>

  • Report: 'Carbon Bombs' Are Poised To Screw Us Over Big Time (1727 characters)

    Thu, 12 May 2022 23:30:00 -0400Report: 'Carbon Bombs' Are Poised To Screw Us Over Big TimeSlashdot

    An anonymous reader quotes a report from Gizmodo: Oil and gas companies are gearing up to invest in so many new projects that they'll blow away potential progress to mitigate emissions and stop worst-case climate scenarios, says a new investigation from the Guardian. Why describe them as bombs? If completed, these projects would push climate change well past the 1.5-degree Celsius warming target that the Paris Agreement has set for the world. These projects would literally blow through our carbon budget, the Guardian reports. But how will this be financed? Oil prices are currently sky high at the pump, and the two largest petroleum companies in the U.S. -- Chevron and ExxonMobil -- have raked in record profits. That means that large fossil fuel companies can bet on expansion projects that could dish even bigger payouts, the Guardian found. [...] The Guardian's investigation found that about 60% of these projects are already pumping, and Canada, Australia, and the U.S. are among the nations with the biggest fossil fuel project expansion plans. The commitment to these projects is pretty clear. Large companies, including Shell, Chevron, BP, PetroChina, and Total Energies, are set to spend over $100 million a day for the rest of this decade on creating projects in new oil and gas fields. This is despite the fact that we might be on track to meet 1.5 degrees of warming in the next four years. In an editorial follow-up to their investigation, the Guardian says "governments much find ways to promote the long-term health of the planet over short-term profit." They added: "There is no alternative but to force companies to write off the most dangerous investments."

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  • UN holds emergency meeting on Taliban crackdown on women (314 characters)

    Thu, 12 May 2022 23:01:00 -0400UN holds emergency meeting on Taliban crackdown on womenWorld: World News, International News, Foreign Reporting - The Washington Post

    The U.N. Security Council has held emergency closed consultations on the Taliban?s latest crackdown on Afghan women as it considers a presidential statement that would express deep concern at its new ban on women leaving home ?without necessity? and wearing head-to-toe clothing when they do go out in public

  • US Secretly Issued Subpoena To Access Reporter's Phone Records (1300 characters)

    Thu, 12 May 2022 22:10:00 -0400US Secretly Issued Subpoena To Access Reporter's Phone RecordsSlashdot

    The US justice department secretly issued a subpoena to gain access to details of the phone account of a Guardian reporter as part of an aggressive leak investigation into media stories about an official inquiry into the Trump administration's child separation policy at the southern border. From a report: Leak investigators issued the subpoena to obtain the phone number of Stephanie Kirchgaessner, the Guardian's investigations correspondent in Washington. The move was carried out without notifying the newspaper or its reporter, as part of an attempt to ferret out the source of media articles about a review into family separation conducted by the Department of Justice's inspector general, Michael Horowitz. It is highly unusual for US government officials to obtain a journalist's phone details in this way, especially when no national security or classified information is involved. The move was all the more surprising in that it came from the DoJ's inspector general's office -- the watchdog responsible for ethical oversight and whistleblower protections. Katharine Viner, the Guardian's editor-in-chief, decried the action as "an egregious example of infringement on press freedom and public interest journalism by the US Department of Justice."

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  • Google's New Android Auto Interface Works With Any Screen Size (1107 characters)

    Thu, 12 May 2022 21:30:00 -0400Google's New Android Auto Interface Works With Any Screen SizeSlashdot

    At Google I/O, the company said their Android Auto car interface app is now "built to adapt to any screen size." Ars Technica reports: Google says "there are three main functionalities that drivers prioritize in their cars: navigation, media and communication," and the new Android Auto design puts each of those interfaces in its own panel. Maps gets the biggest, main panel, media and communication panels get stacked next to each other, and there's a combo status/navigation bar. To accommodate the million different screen sizes, these items can be arranged in whatever orientation works best in the car. One example, close to the current Android Auto configuration, shows the combo bar oriented vertically against the side of the screen, followed by a vertical stack of the message and media panels, then a big Google Maps panel. Another example of a more vertical screen design shows a big Google Maps panel on top of the message and media panels, with the combo bar on the bottom. Things can be arranged to fit. The new interface will be out "this summer."

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  • Shutterstock Buys Video Platform Pond5 (304 characters)

    Thu, 12 May 2022 21:26:00 -0400Shutterstock Buys Video Platform Pond5Light Stalking

    Shutterstock just added another company to its growing portfolio with its purchase of Pond5, one of the world?s premier video marketplaces. We?ve covered Shutterstock?s amazing growth over the years...

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  • 'It's 2022, Phones Should Be Built To Last Five Years or More' (1601 characters)

    Thu, 12 May 2022 20:50:00 -0400'It's 2022, Phones Should Be Built To Last Five Years or More'Slashdot

    Robert Triggs, writing for AndroidAuthority: In 2022, there's now a multifaceted argument in favor of a new approach to smartphone manufacturing. One which focuses on long-term support for both hardware and software. Core to this line of thinking is that smartphone hardware has hit a plateau. From the mid-range to flagships, hardware is now more than powerful enough to last several years without going obsolete. The days of rampant year-on-year improvements are long gone, whether you're looking at bleeding-edge performance, cameras, or battery life. This isn't to say we don't yearn for those yearly gains, but they no longer suddenly mark older models for obsolescence even if they materialize. As such, modern smartphones deserve long-term software support above and beyond semi-annual security patches. Not to mention the increasingly compelling sustainability and right-to-repair arguments regarding raw materials and e-waste. It's increasingly hard to justify the production of throwaway electronics built to last just a handful of years. Simultaneously, sky-high prices and a squeeze in the cost of living have cast new light on the need for easier access to repair programs and spare parts. Not forgetting the popularity of refurbished handsets. Long-term support doesn't have to be an unprofitable venture for smartphone manufacturers either. Official repair channels bring in revenue over time, and it's possible to factor long-term support into the retail price of a handset. Then there's the whole avenue of hardware-as-a-service to explore.

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  • FBI Told Israel It Wanted Pegasus Hacking Tool For Investigations (1484 characters)

    Thu, 12 May 2022 20:10:00 -0400FBI Told Israel It Wanted Pegasus Hacking Tool For InvestigationsSlashdot

    The F.B.I. informed the Israeli government in a 2018 letter that it had purchased Pegasus, the notorious hacking tool, to collect data from mobile phones to aid ongoing investigations, the clearest documentary evidence to date that the bureau weighed using the spyware as a tool of law enforcement. The New York Times reports: The F.B.I.'s description of its intended use of Pegasus came in a letter from a top F.B.I. official to Israel's Ministry of Defense that was reviewed by The New York Times. Pegasus is produced by an Israeli firm, NSO Group, which needs to gain approval from the Israeli government before it can sell the hacking tool to a foreign government. The 2018 letter, written by an official in the F.B.I.'s operational technology division, stated that the bureau intended to use Pegasus "for the collection of data from mobile devices for the prevention and investigation of crimes and terrorism, in compliance with privacy and national security laws." The Times revealed in January that the F.B.I. had purchased Pegasus in 2018 and, over the next two years, tested the spyware at a secret facility in New Jersey. Since the article's publication, F.B.I. officials have acknowledged that they considered deploying Pegasus but have emphasized that the bureau bought the spying tool mainly to test and evaluate it -- partly to assess how adversaries might use it. They said the bureau never used the spyware in any operation.

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