Maple Leafs’ new offensive system could change the NHL for the better — Archynetys

Point shots are inefficient; Enough statistical studies have proven it. However, most teams trust them to the full.. They take turns to line up and shoot at the offensive lines until a shot reaches the target and someone is victorious. The Maple Leafs now point differently, not only on how they shoot at the net,…

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Dragon Quest XI S team talk Hero’s inclusion in Super Smash Bros Ultimate — My Nintendo News

Nintendo Dream has recently published an interview with interview with Dragon Quest XI S: Echoes of an Elusive Age – Definitive Edition producer Hokuto Okamoto, development director Masato Yagi, and director Takeshi Uchikawa. The interview has been translated by Japanese Nintendo and talks about the decision to include Hero in Super Smash Bros Ultimate and how excited the […]

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TV Ratings: ‘Flirty Dancing’ Debut Tangos With ‘Sunday Night Football’ — Variety

An NFL dominated night saw the premiere of Fox’s “Flirty Dancing,” which posted a decent TV ratings debut. Fox debuted the Jenna Dewan-hosted dancing-dating show on Sunday to a 0.9 rating and 3.2 million total viewers. It’s worth noting, however, that the premiere aired live across all time zones, meaning those figures are subject to…

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‘Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist’: TV Review — Variety

Say this for “Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist”: The expansiveness of its music-rights budget is to be admired. In the pilot, Zoey (Jane Levy) hears the inner thoughts of those around her, as expressed through a group performance of the Beatles’s “Help!” It’s a splashy statement of purpose for a show whose willingness to spend on big-name…

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36C3: All Wireless Stacks Are Broken — Hackaday

Your cellphone is the least secure computer that you own, and worse than that, it’s got a radio. [Jiska Classen] and her lab have been hacking on cellphones’ wireless systems for a while now, and in this talk gives an overview of the wireless vulnerabilities and attack surfaces that they bring along. While the talk…

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