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Amazon’s Thursday Night Football debut tonight is a landmark event for the sports world, and a seminal moment for the media industry.Why it matters: The much-anticipated contest between the Kansas City Chiefs and the Los Angeles Chargers will be the NFL’s first regular-season game exclusively available via streaming.The big picture: Amazon’s multi-billion dollar bet on football will be a litmus test for how quickly the NFL, and other sports leagues, continue moving major rights packages from traditional TV to streaming.The NFL is still evaluating whether to grant its lucrative Sunday Ticket package to a streaming company later this year.All Major League Soccer games will be streamed exclusively via the Apple TV app starting in 2023.Details: The game ...
— (Axios) (September 15) (Pocket)
Chargers' Joey Bosa placed on injured reserve with groin injury, Pro Bowler expected to return this season - CBS Sports
Chargers' Joey Bosa placed on injured reserve with groin injury, Pro Bowler expected to return this seasonCBS SportsChargers DE Joey Bosa (groin) to undergo surgery, placed on injured reserveNFL.comJoey Bosa to have surgery, go on injured reserveNBC SportsChargers Injuries: EDGE Joey Bosa to have surgery, will be placed on IRBolts From The BlueBreaking down all the Chargers injuries, position by position - Los Angeles Chargers Blog- ESPNESPNView
— (CBS Sports) (September 28) (Pocket)
The Kansas City Chiefs' first touchdown of Thursday night's game against the Los Angeles Chargers came after quarterback Patrick Mahomes was flushed from the pocket. He scrambled to his right and threw sidearm to running back Jerick McKinnon, who found his way into the end zone to complete the 9-yard touchdown play. The play allowed the Chiefs to cut their deficit to 10-7 in the second quarter.
— (ESPN) (September 16) (Pocket)
Las Vegas Raiders quarterback Derek Carr (4) greets Los Angeles Chargers quarterback Justin Herbert after an NFL football game in Inglewood, Calif., Sunday, Sept. 11, 2022. (AP Photo/Gregory Bull)
— (Miami Herald) (September 12) (Pocket)
Nearly 15 years after introducing the first Kindle, Amazon is finally adding a stylus to one of its e-readers. At its fall hardware event, the company introduced the Kindle Scribe. The device features a 10.2-inch, 300ppi display with an adjustable front light and a stylus that magnetically attaches to it. According to Amazon, you don't need to charge or sync the Scribe's stylus, and you can use it for jotting down notes, journaling and making annotations in books you're reading. Starting next year, it will also be possible to send Microsoft Word documents to Kindle Scribe.Kindle Scribe will start at $339 when it arrives later this year.
— (Engadget) (September 28) (Pocket)
The U.K.’s Office of Communications is probing the companies’ market positions in the coming weeks as part of a market study into the country’s cloud-infrastructure-services sector.
— (The Wall Street Journal) (September 22) (Pocket)
Neal Stephenson invented the metaverse. At least from an imagination standpoint. Though other science fiction writers had similar ideas—and the pioneers of VR were already building artificial worlds—Stephenson’s 1992 novel Snow Crash not only fleshed out the vision of escaping to a place where digital displaced the physical, it also gave it a name. That book cemented him as a major writer, and since then he’s had huge success. But late last year, Stephenson’s ambient, persistent and immersive alt-reality suddenly became known as the next step in computing. “Metaverse” became a buzz word, and Big Tech raced to productize it. Most notably, Facebook, spending billions on its Reality Labs, renamed itself Meta.
— (Wired) (September 16) (Pocket)
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