The Steelers Aren’t Quite Dead Yet

The Steelers Aren’t Quite Dead Yet

On Pro FootballImageSteelers wide receivers Antonio Brown (84) and JuJu Smith-Schuster celebrated after Brown’s touchdown in the fourth quarter on Sunday.CreditCreditPhilip G. Pavely/USA Today Sports, via ReutersPITTSBURGH — Don’t tell Atlanta’s Matt Ryan that the feuding Pittsburgh Steelers are a fractious, distracted mess on the path to their first losing season in 15 years. He…

Who Knew? These Nations around the world Are All Oil Producers

Who Knew? These Nations around the world Are All Oil Producers

ImageTechnicians set up an oil drilling rig at a shale oil site in Argentina’s Patagonian province of Neuquén.CreditCreditJuan Mabromata/Agence France-Presse; Getty ImagesSome oil-producing countries are well known: The three top crude suppliers, of course, are Russia, Saudi Arabia and the United States. But almost 100 countries have tapped the oil reserves within their territories to…

IL&FS influence: NBFCs brace for tighter regulation

IL&FS influence: NBFCs brace for tighter regulation

NEW DELHI: The fastest pace of growth since 2013 at India’s non-bank financiers is about to come to a grinding halt. A spate of money market defaults by Infrastructure Leasing & Financial Services (IL&FS) has put the spotlight on non-bank finance companies. With banks struggling with bad loans and low capital buffers, non-bank lenders had…

No evidence of spy chips, Apple insists in letter to US Congress

No evidence of spy chips, Apple insists in letter to US Congress

  By Roger Fingas Sunday, October 07, 2018, 06:54 pm PT (09:54 pm ET) Apple hasn’t detected unusual transmissions or other evidence servers were infiltrated with Chinese spy chips, the company’s VP of Information Security insisted in a letter to Congress on Sunday. “Apple’s proprietary security tools are continuously scanning for precisely this kind of…

Google’s Chrome OS tablet leaks in vivid element

Google’s Chrome OS tablet leaks in vivid element

Yes, Google is still having trouble keeping a lid on product news ahead of its October 9th Pixel 3 event. MySmartPrice has posted what look to be images of Google’s first Chrome OS tablet, believed to be called the Pixel Slate, and there’s clearly more to the story than we saw the first time around.…

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