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Vans Space Voyager collection offers NASA-themed shoes and apparel

Vans has teamed with NASA to launch its new “Space Voyager” collection. The new line commemorates the space agency with new clothing and shoes featuring iconic imagery inspired by 60 years of space exploration, according to the company

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Amazon tests weekly scheduled Prime package deliveries

Frequent Amazon Prime purchases can result in random boxes showing up multiple days a week, those possibly unpredictable depending on whether the user has automatic shipments set up. Amazon is addressing that by offering its Prime subscribers a new option: choosing a particular day to receive their packages. The new option is deploying to Prime customers slowly, according to CNET, … Continue reading

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Warcraft 3: Reforged is Blizzard’s next classic remaster

We figured Blizzard might announce that it’s remastering one of its classic games during its BlizzCon 2018 keynote, and that’s precisely why it did. While the hype surrounding Diablo had us thinking that classic remaster would be Diablo 2, Blizzard is actually tapping a different franchise: Warcraft

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BlizzCon 2018 opening ceremony: What to expect and where to watch

Today is a big day for Blizzard fans, as BlizzCon 2018 officially gets underway. BlizzCon 2018 will begin with an opening ceremony not entirely unlike the reveal events various device makers like to hold throughout the year, and it’s during this ceremony that most of BlizzCon’s big announcements will be made. If you’re not attending in person or watching with … Continue reading

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T-Mobile OnePlus 6T: The fine print details

Today we’re looking at the T-Mobile USA version of the OnePlus 6T and what it means to buy. This device is not the same as the OnePlus 6T you’d otherwise buy straight from OnePlus or otherwise

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Polestar 1 crash test highlights strength of carbon fiber

We all know that no matter how cool or expensive a car is, they must be crash tested if the manufacturer wants them to be street legal in the US. Polestar has announced that it has conducted the first crash test of its carbon fiber Polestar 1 car. This marks the first time that the Volvo Car Group has assessed … Continue reading

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Promising universal flu protection created from vaccinated llamas

Scientists have developed a long-lasting form of universal flu protection from llamas that were immunized with flu vaccinations. The protection may last for an entire flu season, helping manage flu seasons and combat potential epidemics. The solution involves a new anti-flu antibody that protects against both influenza A and B viruses.

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Jolla Sailfish OS 3 launches on barely any new phones

Nokia’s Stephen Elop, formerly a Microsoft exec, called it. The smartphone market has practically become a two-horse race between Android and iOS

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Alexa gets Calendar availability search and Routines integration

Amazon has rolled out new features for Alexa and Alexa for Business, enabling their users to find free time on their calendar and add their calendars as an action in Routines.

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Trio of paraplegics walk again thanks to electrical stimulation

Medical researchers around the world are working hard to develop new treatments and technology that could one day help those suffering from paraplegia to walk again. In a new study called STIMO (STImulation Movement Overground) three paraplegics who sustained cervical spinal cord injuries many years ago can walk again using crutches or a walker. The recovery of the ability to … Continue reading

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