Twitter was not tongue-tied when news broke that the show “Harley Quinn” originally had a scene where the caped crusader performed oral sex.
Maintaining security and privacy for Apple's users will be a "battle we will be fighting for years to come," according to SVP of software engineering Craig Federighi.Privacy and security continue to be a major element of Apple's work in developing operating systems like iOS and macOS. In an interview, Apple's Craig Federighi went into detail about some of the changes, and App Tracking Transparency.On the topic of security being a cat-and-mouse game, Federighi offered to Fast Company in an...
Lamar Jackson is due to hit free agency in 2023, but that doesn't appear to be a top priority for him or the Baltimore Ravens at the moment. "Lamar understands
On Tuesday, Ravens coach John Harbaugh said that over half of the team’s players are vaccinated, six months after one of the worst coronavirus outbreaks in sports. It’s unclear whether star quarterback Lamar Jackson is among them.
Rent the Runway is already interviewing banks in preparation for an IPO, though the company may still decide against an IPO, sources told Bloomberg.
A full examination of Jackson's game and what he and the Ravens must do in 2021 to perform like they did in 2019
Psaki expressed doubt that Trump's social media usage would change if he were to eventually regain access to his accounts.
Chicago White Sox general manager Rick Hahn said it’s still too early to say whether he’ll wade in the shallow end of trade-deadline talks or dive in headfirst. The stress level for Hahn — with the Sox in first place as the deadline draws near — is relatively low.
SentinelOne filed its IPO prospectus with the Securities and Exchange Commission on Thursday, and plans to list on the NYSE under the ticker symbol S.
Long-dated Treasury yields recede Friday, but the short-term 2-year Treasury book the sharpest weekly rise in nearly 2 years as longer-dated bonds saw rates retreat, compressing the yield curve.
Turn the cell phone cameras off. According to Jamison Hensley of ESPN, the Baltimore Ravens are no longer permitting media members to film Lamar Jackson when he is throwing the ball. Lamar Jackson at Ravens minicamp on June 15, 2021. Even with a prolific start to his NFL career, Jackson has drawn plenty of criticism