Kaepernick Collusion Grievance – iParis.com Former NFL player Colin Kaepernick has filed a grievance against NFL owners for Collusion. Kaepernick has hired high-profile attorney Mark Geragos and is preparing to release a statement about his grievance soon, added Freeman. The free-agent quarterback has remained unemployed since his release by the San Francisco 49ers in March and has garnered little interest from teams around the league. This has caused some to suggest he’s being blackballed for […]Read More...
Weinstein Motion Picture – iParis.com The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, voted overwhelmingly on Saturday to “immediately expel” Harvey Weinstein, breaking with 90 years of precedent and turning one of the biggest Oscar players in history. “In a statement, the academy said the vote was ‘well in excess of the required two-thirds majority.’ “It added, ‘We do so not simply to separate ourselves from someone who does not merit the respect of his […]Read More...
Facebook Pr Vr – iParis.com Mark Zuckerberg appeared as a 3D avatar alongside Facebook’s head of social virtual reality, Rachel Franklin, in order to demonstrate Facebook’s VR tool Spaces and discuss his company’s partnership with NetHope and American Red Cross. Zuckerberg is not the first tech billionaire to offer support to Puerto Rico, and Tesla boss Elon Musk said his company could solve the country’s energy crisis using solar panels and batteries. Thank you Mark for helping the People in Puerto Rico! […]Read More...
Tesla Truck Delay – iParis.com Elon Musk said Tesla’s Model 3 was “deep in production hell” echoing his own comments in July, when he showed off some of the first cars of that model.Tesla completed missed its initial targets for Model 3 production, only producing 260 of an expected 1,500 cars. Tesla CEO Elon Musk just announced that the company will delay its electric semi-truck to focus on Model 3 production after missing its targets […]Read More...
iOS New Emoji – iParis.com The technology giant Apple new emoji, including gender-neutral characters, more food and animals, as well as the “I love you” gesture in sign language, will be available for the iPhone and iPad with the iOS 11.1 update, Apple said in an update on Friday. Apple said the new emoji would debut in a beta preview next week and be available in upcoming software updates for iOS, macOS and watchOS systems. […]Read More...
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