In the perhaps not-so-distant future, NFL players will be able to monetize intimate data about their body.
The NFL Players Association recently closed a deal with Whoop, a wearable tech company that makes wristbands that track heart rate, sleep quality, and more.
Whoop will now hand out wristbands to NFL players who will own the data produced by their wearables and can sell that information to, as Bloomberg wrote, a network that could then broadcast the heart rate of that player throughout a particular game.
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Players don't have to sell their data, and they don't even have to wear the wristbands.
The haka is always a powerful show of Maōri culture and identity, but you can really feel the force in this one.
Tuesday marked ANZAC Day, a day to commemorate Australians and New Zealanders who served and died in armed conflicts around the world. In recent years, it's also been a day to recognise the impact that war has on the mental health of veterans.
It's culminated in the Haka For Life, a show of support for men's mental health.
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200 men, women and children performed the traditional war cry at Kings Park in Perth, Australia, according to The West Australian.
Shares of Chinese online gaming giant NetEase (NASDAQ: NTES) have soared over 90% in the past year, thanks to a booming mobile-gaming business and the consistency of its PC gaming titles. Ironically, mobile-gaming specialist Glu Mobile (NASDAQ: GLUU) has failed to capitalize on the mobile-gaming craze, and its revenue has suffered.
A Ukrainian politician under investigation for treason in his country has hired a lobbyist to clear his name in Washington, according to forms disclosed to the Justice Department earlier this month. Andrii Artemenko (whose name is sometimes
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