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John Cusack Declares ‘We All Have Our Purpose’ in Amazon’s Twisted ‘Utopia’: Watch Trailer

Are you ready to dive into the conspiracy?

The first teaser trailer for Amazon Prime Video’s Utopia dropped Thursday during its virtual [email protected] panel, setting the table for the twisted dramatics that await audiences when the series drops this fall. The eight-episode series hails from Gone Girl author Gillian Flynn, who is an executive producer.

Based on the U.K. series of the same name, Utopia follows a group of young adults who meet online and are mercilessly hunted by a shadowy deep state organization after they come into possession of a near-mythical cult underground graphic novel — they discover the conspiracy theories in the comic’s pages may actually be real and are forced into the dangerous, unique and ironic position of saving the world.

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In the minute-long teaser, John Cusack, who plays brilliant biotech mastermind Dr. Kevin Christie, is seen delivering this declaration: “We all have

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MLB to lay groundwork for in-game gambling during a season fans must watch from home

MLB plans to tempt fans to bet on the results of games, and on plays within those games, with contests that offer cash prizes. <span class="copyright">(Courtesy of Major League Baseball)</span>
MLB plans to tempt fans to bet on the results of games, and on plays within those games, with contests that offer cash prizes. (Courtesy of Major League Baseball)

When the Dodgers open their season Thursday, Major League Baseball would you like to watch with your phone in hand.

With ballparks closed to the public because of the coronavirus, at least for now, fans will experience the 2020 season almost entirely through television. What better time, the league believes, to get fans hooked on betting on baseball?

Not actual betting, of course, at least not through MLB. But the league plans to tempt fans to bet on the results of games, and on plays within those games, with contests that offer cash prizes.

Will the Dodgers win, or will the San Francisco Giants? How many batters will Clayton Kershaw strike out? In his next at-bat, will Cody Bellinger hit a

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Three things to watch this week to manage your fantasy fund

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The FTSE 350 managed to make a 2pc increase last week, meaning more Telegraph Fantasy Fund Manager portfolios will be in the green compared to last week’s downturn. Luxury car manufacturer Aston Martin Lagonda and silver & gold specialist Hochschild Mining were among the top performers, with online retailer AO World struggling along with Dixons Carphone. This week we will get half year results from Unilever and a quarterly-update from Vodafone.

Unilever first-half results: Thursday 23 July

Despite the relative defensive nature of its business, Unilever’s shares are down year-on-year. This is partly down to a weak end, by Unilever’s high standards at least, to 2019. Back in December the company dished out a mild profit warning, noting that sales for the year would come in below guidance. Underlying revenues ultimately rose 2.9pc year-on-year, below the company’s long-term target range of 3pc 

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Five Alternative Data Points to Watch in the Covid-19 Economy

(Bloomberg Opinion) — During normal times, traditional economic data work fine, offering reliable insight into growth, employment, prices and all sorts of other aspects of the U.S. economy. The drawback is that delays of as long as a month or even a quarter make some of the data of limited use during times like these, when a pandemic has thrown the entire economy off kilter. So there’s a case to be made for the merits of alternative data — everything from new infection rates to apartment rental rates near college campuses — which can offer daily reads of the state of the economy, provided they are used with the appropriate caveats. We recently asked several Bloomberg Opinion writers to cite some of the non-conventional metrics they’re paying attention to during the coronavirus recession.

Mohamed A. El-Erain writes about economics, markets and central banks for Bloomberg Opinion.  He is the chief

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4 Tech Stocks to Watch Out for in a Booming AI Market

On Jul 14,, Inc. AMZN launched smart shopping carts that track items and then charge customers for every item they place inside the basket. The move is in a bid to get a hold over the retail grocery industry with Amazon Go and the acquisition of Whole Foods.

Over the past couple of decades, AI has gained significantly and contributed to the robust growth in the tech sector. Today an increasing number of companies are banking on AI to better their products and services. The past couple of months have been all the more crucial for AI, which saw exponential growth as an increasing number of people resorted to technology following the coronavirus outbreak.

Amazon Takes the Lead

The new shopping carts, called Amazon Dash Carts, will track items as shoppers add them and then automatically charge them when they remove the grocery bags, allowing them to skip the

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Remote Working Drives PC Peripheral Demand: 5 Stocks to Watch

The coronavirus pandemic has radically changed the work environment. With more employees forced to work remotely to maintain social distancing, there has been a surge in demand for computer and computer peripherals. People are equipping their home offices as the work-from-home trend is here to continue for an uncertain period of time.

Home to Office Transformation Boosts PC Peripheral Sales

In March, Shopify provided a $1,000 stipend to its employees for buying office supplies. While several companies have allowed employees to take their computers and laptops home, there was a spike in demand for peripherals like pointing devices, webcams, speakers, microphones and storage devices.

In fact, per NPD data, mice and keyboard sales grew 10% in the first two weeks of March. The report also said that shift to working from home has also boosted sales of webcams. Additional sales of big screens and dual monitor setups surged with 80,000

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How to Watch 2021 Ford Bronco’s Debut on Monday, July 13

From Car and Driver

  • Ford will reveal its 2021 Bronco lineup to the world using what marketers call a “roadblock” across Disney television channels ABC, ESPN, and National Geographic.
  • Unfortunate nomenclature aside, the reveal starts at 8 p.m. ET on Monday, July 13, and will also be available to stream on Ford’s YouTube page and Ford’s social media accounts.
  • The reason for all the hype? Ford will start taking $100 reservations for the new Bronco models right when the cameras start rolling at 8 p.m.

You may have noticed that Ford is about to bring back the Bronco. Nostalgia for this brand hits some people pretty hard, and Ford is tweaking all the knobs it can—including basically taking over Disney’s media channels for a few minutes—to get people even more amped up. It’s all happening Monday evening, and if you want to join the party to be the first to

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How to watch and what to expect from July 11th’s wild video games showcase

Irreverent and innovative indie games label Devolver Digital presents its own take on mid-2020’s spate of online showcase events.

Devolver Digital is lining up to entertain its fans and skewer its games and tech industry chums with a “live pre-recorded event” set for 12 noon PT on July 11.

The show is to be broadcast via, and its start time equates to 3pm ET, 7pm UTC, 8pm UK, 9pm Central Europe and South Africa, then half past midnight on July 12 in India, 3am in Singapore, the Philippines, Malaysia, and Beijing, China, 4am in South Korea and Japan, and 5am in Sydney, Australia.

Historically, Devolver Digital’s E3 shows have layered scathing industry satire and rapid-fire video game previews and

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[email protected]’s full panels will be available to watch on YouTube

From Digital Spy

San Diego Comic-Con was cancelled for the first time in its history due to the current global situation, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t Comic-Con goodness heading our way this month.

Instead of fans packing out Hall H for the latest movies and TV exclusives, fans will now be able to just turn on their computers to watch all of the panels from the comfort of their own home.

[email protected] takes place from Wednesday, July 22 to Sunday, July 26 and will feature more than 350 panels that cover everything you’d expect from Comic-Con, including movies, TV, comic books and more.

Photo credit: Alberto E. Rodriguez – Getty Images

Comic Con 2020 online: How to watch Comic Con at Home online

It couldn’t be simpler to watch your favourite panels at [email protected], as they’ll be available to watch on the official website and YouTube.

Once the

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3 Cybersecurity Stocks to Watch

Organizations across the world have been fretting over the issue of cybersecurity for long. The ever-evolving nature of cyberattacks makes it difficult for organizations to keep pace. Cyberattacks are responsible for massive losses and are likely to cost companies almost $5.2 trillion annually, per Absolute Markets Insights data.

Cybercriminals use various ways to attack systems, including ransomware, denial-of-service, SQL injection attack, etc. Notably, ransomware is the most profitable malware, causing maximum financial damages to an individual or organization. It infects a computer to encrypt files or systems. Typically, the victim has to cough up a ransom amount for data retrieval.

Markedly, per Coveware, ransomware is estimated to have caused global damage worth $11.5 billion to organizations in 2019.

We had got an idea about the gravity of damages caused by a ransomware when organizations were affected by two back-to-back ransomware attacks — WannaCry in May and Petya in June 2017.

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