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Venus Williams Told Us the #1 Thing She Wears for Every Workout

The energy at the U.S. Open in New York City is unparalleled—which is why it's no surprise that Venus Williams  designed a new dress for the tournament that's "perfect for feeling like you own the world."  U.S

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Walmart VR patents detail an entirely new way to shop online

A pair of new Walmart patents reveal potential big plans for virtuality reality and the technology’s ability to revolutionize the shopping experience.

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Arm’s 2020 roadmap throws down the gauntlet to Intel in laptops

Arm is laying down the gauntlet to Intel, revealing a roadmap of chips that it thinks can oust the Core i5 from your laptop.

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Samsung SmartThings Wifi pairs mesh router with IoT hub

Samsung has a new SmartThings Mesh WiFi router, promising not only whole-home wireless coverage but control over your smart home too. The new router, which taps into Plume’s WiFi mesh technology, arrives alongside a refreshed SmartThings hub for those happy with their existing router, together with a bunch of new sensors

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NASA launches Parker probe to study our own Sun

Majority of the historic moments in space science in the past five years or so have mostly focused on what lies beyond our own planet, from Mars to Jupiter to Pluto and beyond. Few have actually looked inward into the titular and literal center of our solar system: the Sun.

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Panasonic has a clever device to de-stink smelly shoes

Great shoes can be ruined by bad odors, but Panasonic says it has the solution.

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uberAIR flying taxi project gets Army Research Labs, UT Austin partners

Uber Elevate has teamed up with UT Austin and US Army Research Labs as part of its uberAIR project, which envisions an urban-based ride-share aviation network. Uber Elevate intends to launch in three cities with demonstrations starting in 2020; both Los Angeles and Dallas are two of those launch cities and a third one is being sought internationally

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Facebook bans 3D printed gun content, removes blueprint links

Facebook is cracking down on content that instructs the public on creating firearms using 3D printers. Blueprints for these weapons have been available online for years, raising concerns about safety and the technology’s ability to circumvent existing gun laws. Facebook confirmed the removal to several media outlets today, saying the content is against its Community Standards

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If You Stand at Work All Day, You Need These Shoes in Your Life

Anyone who has a job which requires them to be on their feet all day knows that comfortable shoes are key—especially if you want to make it to the end of the day sans  blisters, sores, irritated skin, achy arches and other painful conditions. I’ll be the first to admit that I tend to buy shoes based on style over comfort, but what if we could have the best of both worlds

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EU wants to crack down of phone chargers, Lightning in danger

The European Union seems ready to flex its muscles to steer the mobile market ship, perhaps emboldened by its successful case against Google and Android.

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