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Star Wars News: Rey May Break the Force’s Status Quo

Star Wars News: Rey May Break the Force’s Status Quo

Will ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ shake up the whole Jedi-or-Sith thing for good? The woman who plays Rey is certainly hinting that it might. Wired

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Gift Guide: 11 Gorgeous Gifts for Lovers of Architecture and Design

Gift Guide: 11 Gorgeous Gifts for Lovers of Architecture and Design

Dazzle designers, architects, and urban planning enthusiasts with one of these unique gifts. Wired

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ActivTrak

ActivTrak is affordable, easy-to-use employee monitoring software that steers clear of omniscient oversight in favor of employee productivity metrics and team behavior analytics. It’s Google Analytics for your office. PCMag.com Latest Articles

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Sennheiser HD 4.40 BT

The Sennheiser HD 4.40 BT are reasonably priced, well-designed Bluetooth headphones that bass lovers are sure to enjoy. PCMag.com Latest Articles

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What Firefox’s Quantum Browser Means for a More Open Web

What Firefox’s Quantum Browser Means for a More Open Web

This week, the hosts welcome Mozilla’s Nick Nguyen, the VP of product for Firefox. Gear Latest

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Super Likeable: Tinder’s New Feature Can Show Who You’ll Swipe Right On

Super Likeable: Tinder’s New Feature Can Show Who You’ll Swipe Right On

A new feature, called Super Likeable, uses machine learning to better predict your matches. Gear Latest

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Cyber Monday 2017: Best Video Gaming Deals on PS4, XBox, and More

Cyber Monday 2017: Best Video Gaming Deals on PS4, XBox, and More

Gamers, here are some of the best deals on games, consoles, controllers, and more. Gear Latest

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Apple’s Heart Study app can identify irregular heart rhythms – CNET

Apple’s Heart Study app can identify irregular heart rhythms – CNET

The app uses Apple Watch’s sensor to calculate heart rate and rhythm, and can notify users who might be experiencing atrial fibrillation. CNET News

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Verizon to launch residential 5G service next year – CNET

Verizon to launch residential 5G service next year – CNET

Sacramento, California, will be the first city to get the network, which promises to be up to 100 times faster than existing cellular connections. CNET News

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Veer Cruiser Review: It Carries Your Kids in Comfort, Off-Road and On

Veer Cruiser Review: It Carries Your Kids in Comfort, Off-Road and On

Veer’s $ 599 stroller-wagon hybrid child carrier is modular, and goes up hills and down trails with ease. Wired

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