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Best Tennis Betting Sites, Apps, Sportsbooks and Promos 2023

Tennis betting sites take you inside the game with pre-match betting lines, live point-by-point betting, futures and more. You can bet on everything from the Grand Slams to the smallest ATP and WTA events. Here’s how to get in on tennis betting at the best sports betting sites in the US. Best tennis betting sites Top …

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Top 7 Fastest Payout Sportsbooks and Betting Sites 2023

When you win a bet, you want to get paid fast. The fastest paying sports betting sites, such as BetRivers, DraftKings, and FanDuel, understand that. They process most withdrawal requests within an hour (and sometimes instantly). At the very least, sports betting sites that offer fast payouts, such as Caesars and BetMGM, have same-day withdrawals. …

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RIAA wants AI voice cloning sites on government piracy watchlist

The Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) now considers AI voice cloning a potential copyright infringement threat and wants the US government to include it in its piracy watchdog list.  In a submission to the US Trade Representative (USTR), the RIAA asked the government to include the category of AI voice cloning in its annual …

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Disinformation about Israel and Gaza floods social media sites : NPR

Israeli troop reinforcements take position at the border with Gaza in southern Israel on Monday. Social media and messaging apps have been flooded with false and out of context images since fighting started this weekend. Jack Guez/AFP via Getty Images hide caption toggle caption Jack Guez/AFP via Getty Images Israeli troop reinforcements take position at …

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An app shows how ancient Greek sites looked thousands of years ago. It’s a glimpse of future tech

ATHENS, Greece — Tourists at the Acropolis this holiday season can witness the resolution of one of the world’s most heated debates on cultural heritage. All they need is a smartphone. Visitors can now pinch and zoom their way around the ancient Greek site, with a digital overlay showing how it once looked. That includes …

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