New England Patriots links 1/21/22 - Offseason outlook: Tackling OT and DT decisions
Evan Lazar presents a five-step offseason plan for the Patriots to continue rebuilding their roster.
Keep Mac Jones in the weight room and get him with Tom House ASAP.
Recent Advances in Machine Learning with Applications to IoT
Cisco estimates that 2020 will see around 50 billion connected devices and a market worth about $14.4 trillion by 2022.
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Get ready for the NFL divisional round: We previewed all four games and picked winners
The NFL divisional round for the 2021 season is stacked with four great matchups, and we got you covered with what you need to know heading into the second weekend of playoff football.
Google and Facebook Conspire in Secret Deal; Carousell Media Group Launch "Recommerce" Platform
An illegal deal between Facebook and Google has come to light after a group of US states have filed their third amended complaint in the "Google Digital Advertising Antitrust Litigation".
Immunocompromised people ask community members to take precautions against COVID-19
While COVID-19 variants continue to spread, immunocompromised people are some of the most vulnerable if they get sick with the virus.
Majority of over-65s are worried about paying heating bills, charity says
Almost two thirds of those aged over 65 are worried about the cost of heating their homes during the colder months, according to a charity.
NFL Divisional playoffs: Brady, Mahomes, Rodgers. One is going home. Our picks
Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen leads his team into Kansas City as an underdog in the NFL's Divisional Round playoffs this weekend. Can he engineer an upset?
Ministers to consider reducing use of Covid certification in Northern Ireland
Covid certification entry requirements could be dropped across a number of hospitality settings in Northern Ireland the First Minister has said.
McKinsey donates machine learning pipeline tool Kedro to the Linux Foundation
The Linux Foundation, the nonprofit consortium that provides a vendor-neutral hub for open source projects.