Apple TV now works with Plex’s Live TV offering — Apple World Today

Apple TV now works with Plex’s Live TV offering — Apple World Today

Apple TV now works with Plex’s Live TV offering — Apple World Today

Plex — the all-in-one, network agnostic media sharing server —announced the addition of several platforms to their Live TV offering, including Apple TV. To use Live TV, Apple TV owners must have a Plex Pass subscription and a compatible digital antenna and tuner connected to a Plex Media Server. The feature supports non-encrypted broadcasts in over 70 countries, and includes a program guide with artwork, episode details, and search functions.

Plex Pass gives you exclusive access to new features and apps. You can record TV for free over the air, sync your media for offline enjoyment, rest easy with parental controls, and enjoy enhanced music, photo and video features.

Källa: Apple TV now works with Plex’s Live TV offering — Apple World Today

Apple hits record high, powers Dow past 22,000

Apple hits record high, powers Dow past 22,000

Apple hits record high, powers Dow past 22,000

(Reuters) – Apple Inc’s (AAPL.O) surprisingly strong quarterly results and forecast pushed the iPhone maker’s shares to a record high, helping the Dow Jones Industrial Average .DJI breach the 22,000 mark for the first time ever.The stock rose as much as 6.4 percent at $159.65 in early trading, boosting the market capitalization of the world’s most valuable company by about $50 billion to $832 billion.”The Appleverse is expanding with all segments growing,” UBS analyst Steven Milunovich said.At least eight brokerages raised their price targets on the stock, with Barclays making the most bullish move by raising its price target by $23 to $146. The median price target on the stock is $165.

Källa: Apple hits record high, powers Dow past 22,000

Trump Signs Russian Sanctions Into Law, With Caveats – The New York Times

Trump Signs Russian Sanctions Into Law, With Caveats - The New York Times

Trump Signs Russian Sanctions Into Law, With Caveats – The New York Times

WASHINGTON — President Trump signed legislation on Wednesday imposing sanctions on Russia and limiting his own authority to lift them, but asserted that the measure included “a number of clearly unconstitutional provisions” and left open the possibility that he might choose not to enforce them as lawmakers intended.The legislation, which also includes sanctions on Iran and North Korea, represented the first time that Congress had forced Mr. Trump to sign a bill over his objections with bipartisan, veto-proof majorities. Even before he signed it, the Russian government retaliated by seizing two American diplomatic properties and ordering the United States to reduce its overall staff in Russia by 755 people.

Källa: Trump Signs Russian Sanctions Into Law, With Caveats – The New York Times

Why The Mooch Lost His Cool | HuffPost

Why The Mooch Lost His Cool | HuffPost

Why The Mooch Lost His Cool | HuffPost

I received a call Monday night from Roger Stone, the infamous political prankster and Donald Trump confidant. He wanted to talk about Anthony Scaramucci, whose 10-day tenure as White House communications director had just ended in ignominy.Stone said that Scaramucci reminded him of “a suicide bomber,” then switched centuries for his next metaphor. “The administration is like the French Revolution,” Stone said. “You never know who will be beheaded next.”But Stone didn’t believe that Scaramucci would stay far from the president for long. “As you know, none of us are ever really gone. He still has the president’s cellphone, the president’s private number. Just because he’s not in the White House, no one should think his influence has gone.”

Källa: Why The Mooch Lost His Cool | HuffPost

Why The Mooch Lost His Cool | HuffPost

Why The Mooch Lost His Cool | HuffPost

Why The Mooch Lost His Cool | HuffPost

I received a call Monday night from Roger Stone, the infamous political prankster and Donald Trump confidant. He wanted to talk about Anthony Scaramucci, whose 10-day tenure as White House communications director had just ended in ignominy.Stone said that Scaramucci reminded him of “a suicide bomber,” then switched centuries for his next metaphor. “The administration is like the French Revolution,” Stone said. “You never know who will be beheaded next.”But Stone didn’t believe that Scaramucci would stay far from the president for long. “As you know, none of us are ever really gone. He still has the president’s cellphone, the president’s private number. Just because he’s not in the White House, no one should think his influence has gone.”

Källa: Why The Mooch Lost His Cool | HuffPost

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