PUBLISHED: 08:01 28 March 2019 | UPDATED: 09:05 28 March 2019 Shaun Hood has got a Norwich City Champions tattoo on his leg. Picture: Shaun Hood Archant A Norwich fan has committed to the club claiming the Championship title more than a month before the final game of the season. Shaun Hood, 39, has been supporting The Yellows ever since his mother took him to Norwich against Milwall in 1989.Now he is so confident City will top the league on the final day, May 5, he has got a Champions 2019 Norwich tattoo on his leg.The IT analyst chose to get the piece done as he believes in manager Daniel Farke.He said: “Some of my mates have doubted Farke, but I never have. I was saying we’d win the league in September.“They all call me stupid but the Germans know, they win, and I have always said I’ll get the tattoo but never had the bottle.“Convinced we’ll win it now and have been for ages.”Call it tempting fate but Mr Hood says the tattoo will stay … [Read more...] about Norwich City fan gets ‘Champions 2019’ tattoo more than a month before season ends
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Feb 24, 7:54 PM EST Newsletter Signup BusinessTechnologyWorldNationalMedia & CultureOpinionSportsLuxury Technology By Joseph Patrick 01/09/19 AT 5:04 AM Google was one of the companies who made a ton of announcements at CES 2019 recently. Among the highlights the tech giant revealed was its Google Assistant, something it said would be on 1 billion devices around the world by the end of the month.According to Tech Crunch, the goal of its voice-driven AI helper is to get onto devices and offer a better interactive setup to aid consumers. This should be something to watch out for since the Google Assistant made its debut back in May 2016. It had initially rolled out via Google's Pixel and Pixel XL, but most may have noticed that it has slowly crept into other consumer electronic devices such as smart TVs, speakers, tablets and more.There are plenty of other devices and things that Google Assistant can do, and this seems to be the goal starting this year. Aside from the speakers … [Read more...] about CES 2019: Google Assistant Plans Announced; How About Android 10.0 Q?
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Jan 09, 10:01 PM EST Newsletter Signup BusinessTechnologyWorldNationalMedia & CultureOpinionSportsLuxury Business By Timothy Green 01/09/19 AT 10:00 PM International Business Machines (NYSE:IBM) had a rough 2018. Revenue grew during the first half of the year, but weakness in legacy software and unfavorable currency fluctuations led to a revenue decline in the third quarter. The market punished the stock, reducing the value of the century-old tech company by about 25%. Most of that decline came during the brutal stock market sell-off that began in October.There's no telling what IBM stock will do this year. The company, though, will continue to invest in growth areas like cloud computing and analytics, push bleeding-edge technologies like quantum computing, and leverage its long-standing customer relationships. In the first week or so of the new year, IBM has already taken meaningful steps in each of those areas.A $540 million bank dealIBM is deeply … [Read more...] about IBM Hits The Ground Running In 2019