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a deluge of drones fly over super bowl stadium, despite ban

The sky above the stadium that will host Sunday’s Super Bowl is being “inundated” with an alarming number of drones, raising the specter of injuries to tourists or others — or a possible collision with aircraft, the FBI said. That’s despite an ongoing restriction that bans the use of drones in the area of Mercedes-Benz Stadium downtown. Officers confiscated a half-dozen drones that were flown near the stadium, FBI spokesman Kevin Rowson said at the agency’s Atlanta field office. The cases will be referred to federal prosecutors for possible charges; the drone pilots could face jail time and fines, Rowson said. “If these drones go out of control — if a pilot loses control of one — they can go into a crowd and cause serious injuries,” Rowson said. The potential for terrorism is…

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refs train with var ahead of approval for women’s world cup

Women’s World Cup referees are undergoing training with VARs in matches over the next two weeks, The Associated Press has learned, paving the way for the FIFA council to approve the use of video reviews at the tournament in France. FIFA has faced criticism for not committing to using video assistant referees at the June 7-July 7 Women’s World Cup just as they were for the men’s tournament for the first time in Russia last year. Amid growing demands for clarity on the deployment of VAR, United States women’s team coach Jill Ellis said it would be “insulting” if female players didn’t have an equal right to have decisions reviewed by video at their biggest tournament. England counterpart Phil Neville has also criticized the standard of refereeing in the women’s game and…

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tesla buys battery technology company

Tesla is buying the battery company Maxwell Technologies Inc. about $218 million in stock. The deal gives Tesla a boost in battery technology as it tries to cut costs and mass produce electric cars. Those improvements involve improving battery capacity and cutting down on recharging time. David Lyle, the chief financial officer at Maxwell Technologies Inc. told analysts last month that because of recent technological developments, the San Diego company expected to form new partnerships within six months. Tesla Inc. expects to deliver 360,000 to 400,000 vehicles this year, a growth rate of 45 percent to 65 percent compared with 2018. The company recently announced a 7 percent cut to its workforce.…

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14-year-old’s facetime bug discovery could rattle apple

At the heart of Apple’s shocking FaceTime bug, which allowed just about anyone to turn an iPhone into a live microphone, stands a 14-year-old boy who stumbled upon the eavesdropping flaw more than a week before Apple took action. “The thing that surprised me the most was that this glitch happened in the first place,” said Grant Thompson, a high school freshman in Tucson, Arizona. “I’m only 14 and I found it by accident, instead of the people at Apple that get paid to find glitches.” Not only that, but Grant and his mom said they spent a week unsuccessfully trying to get Apple to do something about the bug in its FaceTime group-chatting feature. The bug allowed callers to activate another person’s microphone remotely even before the person has accepted or…

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music

Seasons American Authors How do you produce an album reflecting on environmental and emotional change? To record its third studio album, the Brooklyn-based band found the answer by gaining a fresh perspective on the world. Retreating to a mountainside studio outside Nashville, the alt-pop band was able to reflect on changes within and without, to wonderful effect. This spiritual journey is reflected with allusions to religion and discovery, and joyful, gospel influences. FIVE FACTS: 1. The band members met in 2006 while studying at Berklee College of Music, and originally performed under the name ‘Blue Pages’. 2. Their second single, “Best Day of My Life”, has featured in advertisements across the world, as well as movie and video game soundtracks. 3. The band featured in the show Bar Rescue on Paramount Network. They visited an…

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facebook removes 783 fake pages, accounts tied to iran

Facebook says it has removed 783 Iran-linked pages, accounts and groups from its service for what it calls “coordinated inauthentic behavior.” That’s the social network’s term for fake accounts run with the intent of disrupting politics and elections. Facebook has been disclosing such purges more regularly in recent months, including ones linked to groups in Myanmar, Bangladesh and Russia. Twitter also said that it found “found limited operations” that have that may have been connected to sources in Iran, Venezuela, and Russia. It did not give further details and said it suspended the suspicious accounts before the 2018 U.S. midterm elections. The accounts on Facebook and Instagram typically misrepresented themselves as locals in more than two dozen countries ranging from Afghanistan, Germany, India, Saudi Arabia and the U.S. Facebook said the accounts spent…