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Nick Foles Goes to go Into Free Agency This Summer
After a historical run with the Philadelphia Eagles last post-season and almost repeating history again this season, before falling just short to the New Orleans Saints, Nick Foles and the Philadelphia Eagles have decided to officially part ways. The Eagles organization has decided to go with their young star Carson Wentz moving forward. They are saying goodbye to the long time NFL journeymen Nick Foles, the man who brought the city of Philadelphia their first Super Bowl.
Many teams this off-season will be looking to make room on their roster this summer for the ex-Superbowl MVP. A few potential landing spots for Foles are the Jacksonville Jaguars (whose success has been stunted because of the inconsistency of Blake Bortles), Miami Dolphins (who can't seem to keep Ryan Tannehill healthy), and the Denver Broncos (who were wildly underwhelmed by Case Keenum's performace this past season). Foles joins an extremely talented group of free agents this off-season, one that is primed to change the landscape of the NFL in the fall.
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Around the Industry: Cyber-security Firms Concerned Self Driving Cars Can Easily be Hacked
One of the hot trends in the auto industry is the prospect of creating cars that can drive themselves. While many people wait, drooling at the prospect of this kind of leap forward in both the auto and tech fields, some people warn us that this milestone isn't all sunshine and rainbows. 84% of security professionals and auto engineers are actually concerned that automakers aren't keeping up with the rapidly evolving security threats which can leave people's high tech vehicles' WiFi and cellular connections vulnerable to hackers.
This crisis has made many in the industry cry for a call in action to bring in more people into these automotive giants, who are trying to build these "smart cars" the fastest. They are trying bring in more people with technological backgrounds to keep them on pace with the rest of the cyber world. Though these cars are being made to make your commute easier, and help you manage your life on the go; doing these things without proper preparation and procedures can lead to millions of vehicles getting hacked, costing the auto industry millions upon millions to repave their missteps.