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Nike and the NBA unveil connected jerseys and theyre super cool

Once the gear’s in hand, get the app (which is available for both Android gadgets with NFC capability and iOS11 enabled phones (iPhone 7 and above). After signing in with a NikePlus account, fans are directed to a page that congratulates a user for making it that far with an image of their chosen jersey. Tap the jersey to get access to exclusive footage like pre-game arrival footage and highlight…

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DSEI: Where the world’s militaries window shop

Ballistic Protection  (DSEI, Clarion Events) But this is not like the movies. You will not, for example, see suitcases of cash delivered by scary security teams and in exchange keys to a tank handed over. SOUND WEAPONS THAT DELIVER INVISIBLE AMMO IN SPOTLIGHT AFTER AMERICAN DIPLOMATS INJURED Instead, this is a chance for delegations to discover new options and discuss them with the relevant experts – no money changes hands….

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5 things for September 13: Hurricanes, travel ban, Myanmar, Freddie Gray case

(CNN)The Cleveland Indians will try today to win their 21st game in a row — and set a new American League record for longest winning streak.Here’s what elseyou need to know to Get Up to Speed and Out the Door. (You can also get “5 Things You Need to Know Today” delivered to your inbox daily. Sign up here.) The situation in the Caribbean may be even more dire. The…

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Quickly catch up on the day’s news: Tuesday, September 19

(CNN)Here’s what you might have missed on CNN today: Puerto Rico is still recovering from Hurricane Irma as it braces for a new Category 5 storm with 165 mph winds to hit the island on Wednesday morning. Maria has already crippled the island of Dominica and killed one person in Guadalupe. Obamacare repeal is back The Republican effort to repeal Obamacare has re-emerged with a new bill led by Sens….

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Tenka Labs raises another $2M to get its kids LEGO engineering kits in retailers

Tenka Labs co-founder John Schuster is no stranger to walking friends through building gadgets using Arduino, an open-source hardware controller — except they might be great software engineers, but not understand the actual circuitry. But Tenka Labs, which builds simple kits that help young students create small gadgets with the use of motors and other bits that connect to legos, is looking to be an even more basic starting point…

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5 Lessons That Suicide Squad Needs To Learn For Its Sequel

When Suicide Squad was released last year, critics treated it like they’d found a severed foot at the bottom of their popcorn buckets. And I won’t act like I was any different. I once choked on a Jimmy Dean sausage biscuit for what felt like half an hour, and that experience was more pleasurable than the first time I sat through Suicide Squad. Since then, though, I’ve rewatched the movie,…

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20 Life-Hacking Products You’ll Regret Not Buying Sooner

This piece was written by the people who run the Cracked Store to tell you about products that are being sold there. With tech products, you usually get what you pay for. Spending $40 for a “brand-new” laptop will usually get you a piece of folded cardboard with “Twiteer” painted on it. But every once in a while, a truly great bargain comes around that outperforms its value by tenfold….

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Amazon Prepares for Apple and Google Competition With Home Devices Push

purchase in August of Whole Foods Market, operator of hundreds of high-end food market. At its happen Wednesday, Amazon also introduced a revamped Fire TV set-top box that will support higher-resolution 4K video at a faster make proportion the the previous accounts, pairing the capabilities of Apple’s recently modernized simulate. Amazon’s new carton is smaller than the current invention and can plug into the back of a Tv via its…

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Apples Face ID will support only one registered face per iPhone at launch

Apple’s forthcoming FaceID technology will support just one face registered per device, at least initially. This has been reported by multiple people who spoke to Apple at this week’s iPhone event, and confirmed separately by TechCrunch, but it’s worth noting because it could change some user behavior regarding the device. Face ID supporting just one face makes a lot of sense on the face of things (sorry), since unlike with…

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6 Bizarrely Insulting Portrayals Of Other Countries In Games

We don’t play video games for realism. We play to escape into a world where the right hat will make you better at fighting, and hiding behind a crate will quickly heal eight bullet wounds. But if a game takes place in a real country, wouldn’t it be worth it for the developers to spend a few minutes skimming that country’s Wikipedia page? You know, to avoid making something incredibly…

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