TIME - Top Stories
a few seconds
No one is more excited about hanging out with celebrities than Leslie Jones, a celebrity herself and a TIME 100 member. So after getting to meet her crush Ryan Reynolds at Tuesday night's TIME 100 Gala, she was positively gushing about the experience. In an appearance on The Tonight Show , host Jimmy Fallon jogged Jones's memory of the star-studded evening by showing her a photo in which the TIME 100 members dapper Deadpool star Reynolds and his wife and fellow actor Blake Lively are greeting Jones from a balcony. Let me tell you. This man. Ah, Ryan Reynolds, I love you, Jones immediately responded to the visual stimulus, clearly still in thrall of her crush. Him and his wifehis cool wife Blake that's my homegirl. You have to be cool to let somebody just be all on your man like that, you know what I'm saying? They shimmied down through the second tier through these metal things just to meet me, she added of Lively and Reynolds's commitment to getting a moment with the comedian.
Ars Technica
5 minutes
The first digit of the model number denotes the number of sockets supported (from the single socket 1xxx parts up to the eight socket 8xxx parts), with the remaining three digits having no particular systematic meaning, but being used to distinguish between all the different core count and clock speed options. (credit: Intel ) The new naming, which Intel has disclosed in a change notification document (spotted by Computerbase ), appears to discard this scheme entirely. At the top are 14 processors branded "Xeon Platinum" at base speeds from 2.0 to 3.6GHz and 8000-series model numbers. These are presumed to be counterparts to the current E7 range. Exact socket and core counts remain unknown. Most of the Platinum series is expected to offer between 22 and 28 cores , with the exception of the 3.6GHz part; this will use the same design, but with far fewer cores enabled, to offer a high-cache, high-clock option. Read 3 remaining paragraphs | Comments
Bleacher Report
6 minutes
WWE has foreshadowed a heel turn for Cesaro and Sheamus . Things will grow intense during the bout, and the friendliness between the teams is sure to fade. The European bruisers will resort to underhanded means to take home the titles. And the loss will be a catalyst for The Hardy Boyz . Look for their "broken" gimmick from Impact Wrestling to make a comeback. Alex Pawlowski of Fightful is among those predicting a character switch for Matt: Matt himself has teased the transformation, too: With all the chants of "Delete!" the Hardy brothers have received since their return, WWE has to recognize how much fans want to see them become their unhinged, bizarre selves again. The Raw tag team division will benefit from a shakeup at the top, a darker, more aggressive version of Cesaro and Sheamus and the return of the broken Hardys .
BBC News 24
6 minutes
Andy - Pep Guardiola and Jose Mourinho, will presumably, have had maybe higher expectations, than just reaching the top four, when they took charge last summer? That's right, it seems a long time ago that these two teams met at Old Trafford in September. Both with 100% records going into that match. City won it 2-1 but we 100% records going into that match
BBC News 24
6 minutes
have been in the top four since September. United in an impressive run of form, unbeaten in their last 23 league matches. They have won their last three league games but they have a number of injury problems. Zlatan Ibrahimovic is out for the rest of the season, Marcos Rojo also out injured. And Paul.
TIME - Top Stories
8 minutes
In the wake of Alabama and Mississippi's continued observance of Confederate Memorial Day , Trevor Noah made it clear he is definitely not on board with celebrating the controversial holiday. During Wednesday's episode of The Daily Show , the host denounced the day which pays homage to Confederate soldiers who lost their lives in the Civil War as fked up on so many levels. First of all, the Confederacy fought the Civil War to defend slavery. Why would you honor that?, he said. Secondly, what are black people supposed to do on this holiday? Noah went on to explain that he has trouble wrapping his head around the idea that honoring the Confederacy can be observed in a non-racist way. I never understand this argument, he said. People go: Hey, back then they didnt know what they were doing.
Salisbury Journel - Sport
9 minutes
A SALISBURY futsal team will compete against the nation’s top division next season.
The Sun Daily - World News
9 minutes
euronews
13 minutes
TIME - Top Stories
14 minutes
Western Morning News
15 minutes
In two weeks' time the great and the good of Exeter and the wider Devon business community will gather at Sandy Park in Exeter for the 2017 Business Awards. The glittering event, on Friday, May 12, celebrates success in business across 12 categories from Apprentice Employer of the Year to Innovator of the Year.The winner will take away the incredible top prize of a marketing package worth £10,000 across Devon and Cornwall. Here are six reasons why your business needs to be there:1 It's one...
USA Today - Top Stories
16 minutes
USA Today - Top Stories
16 minutes
The stage is set for a big night in Philadelphia for 32 prospects.
RT
20 minutes
NBC News
20 minutes
Herald Courier
20 minutes
The Sun Daily - Showbiz
22 minutes
US actor Will Smith – one of the most bankable stars in the world – is to sit on the jury of the Cannes film festival next month, its organisers said Tuesday. The former hip-hop star, 48, who made his name in the teen television series The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, has been nominated twice for an Oscar. He will decide the festival's top prize, the Palme d'Or, with a nine-member jury that also contains fellow Hollywood star Jessica Chastain and the Chinese X-Men actress Fan Bingbing. Having missed out twice on an Oscar despite being one of the favourites in 2001 for his portrayal of the boxer Muhammad Ali in Ali, the Cannes call is another remarkable twist in the story of a rapper who had become one of Hollywood's key players. Other big names on the jury include the Italian director Paolo Sorrentino, best known for La Grande Bellezza and his hit television series starring Jude Law, The Young Pope.
Daily Mail - Cricket
23 minutes
The Indian 20-over competition features the world's top limited-overs stars and Vaughan says that cannot help but be a boost to England's prospects in the shorter formats.
BBC News - Top Stories
23 minutes
The Northern Echo
23 minutes
YOUNG engineers from across the region have been taking part in a competition putting their skills to the test.
Daily Express - Technology
26 minutes
IS IT illegal to use a Kodi Box in the UK? As more and more online retailers ban sales of the controversial set-top streaming device, here is everything you need to know about Kodi, Kodi Boxes, and Add-Ons.
SitePoint
31 minutes
Being right is easy when everyone values your feedback. Getting that raise or promotion is tough if you're viewed as a snobby, know-it-all jerk. Mistake #3: My Career vs My Loyalty Google has been at the top of Fortune magazine's list of best companies to work for every year since 2007. The job perks are legendary. For many, a spot at Google is a dream come true. So why is Google struggling to keep its employees? A recent report by PayScale states the median employee tenure at Google is a little over one year. Its workforce has grown, but it's struggling to keep its people. It's not because Googlers are unhappy. 84 percent of their 28,500 employees state they have a high level of job satisfaction which, as you'd expect, is one of the highest among the Fortune 500. Other tech firms aren't having the same problem. The average tenure at Yahoo! and Microsoft is 2.
TIME - News
31 minutes
Pope Francis surprised the attendees at the 2017 TED conference by beaming in from the Vatican for a talk, where he preached humility and togetherness and argued for a revolution of kindness . While attendees at the annual gathering of innovators, futurists, activists, and tech gurus are used to a star-studded stage, the arrival of the Pope seemed particularly moving, even for secular watchers. Sephen Colbert, though, was impressed for an altogether different reason: I think its impressive for an 80-year old to set up his own web cam, the comedian joked, noting, Its not like he can get help from the grandkids. While the Popes surprise appearance at TED would be hard to top, Colbert was up to the challenge. He knew one guy who could upstage the PopeJesus Christ himself.
BBC News - Top Stories
31 minutes
The UK will have a general election on 8 June. Here's what you need to know.