3 Things You Didn’t Know About Running — TIME

The following story is excerpted from TIME’s special edition, The Science of Exercise, which is available at Amazon. There’s no denying that running is one of the most democratic ways to work out. You can do it anytime, anywhere, and all you need is a good pair of running shoes and some stamina. It’s no…

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Atacama uses microfluidic technology to create moisture-control fabric that actually stays dry — TechCrunch

Imagine sportswear that not only stays dry through the most sweat-inducing workouts, but also turns perspiration into a design element. Named after the driest desert in the world, Atacama uses microfluidic technology to create textiles that can do just that. The recipient of a grant from the National Science Foundation, Atacama is also exploring how…

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Listen to Tyler The Creator’s ‘911 / Mr. Lonely’ Featuring Frank Ocean — Radio.com

By Jon Wiederhorn Tyler the Creator and Frank Ocean seem to have formed a mutual admiration society — which isn’t that surprising considering they worked together in the hip-hop collective Odd Future. Even so, a couple of months ago Tyler guested on the one-off Ocean single “Biking” and now Ocean has helped out Tyler. Related: Watch…

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Los Angeles Talent Scout Wants to Make Annie Lennox a Star — TIME

A talent scout for a Los Angeles radio station attempted to “discover” Grammy Award-winning singer Annie Lennox, apparently unaware of the star’s previous accolades. The producer, identified as Kylie in a letter that Lennox posted on social media, wrote: “I came across your music on line [sic] and really like what I heard! I’m the…

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Apple Officially Launched The Iphone Ten Years Ago This Week — AMP 1037

On June 29, 2007, the mobile phone world forever changed. That previous January, Steve Jobs stood on stage at Apple’s Macworld conference and said they were introducing a “revolutionary device … that changes everything.” 5 months later, the iPhone was officially launched and sent to stores, and instantly became a must-have necessity for those who could…

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Elon Musk says The Boring Company’s first car elevator is nearly operational — TechCrunch

Elon Musk’s tunnel venture The Boring Company is plugging away on its first tunnel section, and it’s not just a hole in the ground – the multi-co. CEO noted on Twitter that the car/pod elevator that will be used to bring vehicles below ground to the tunnel is likely going to be operational next week.…

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Jay-Z Drops New Album ‘4:44’ with Apology to Beyoncé and Diss to Kanye — Radio.com

By Robyn Collins JAY-Z gets personal on his thirteenth studio album, 4:44, which finally dropped at midnight, June 30. The album features production by No I.D. and is for now is only available to Tidal and Sprint subscribers. Related: JAY-Z Releases Haunting Clip Called ‘Kill Jay Z’ With the long-awaited project, the rapper acknowledges cheating…

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The Morning Brief: Mika Brzezinski, Germany Same-Sex Marriage and Jay Z — TIME

Good morning. These are today’s top stories: MSNBC hosts slam Trump after face-lift tweet MSNBC hosts Mika Brzezinski and Joe Scarborough blasted President Donald Trump in an op-ed and again on air Friday morning, in which they said Trump “is not mentally equipped” to watch their show Morning Joe. The remarks came after Trump, in…

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Adele Speaks Up Again for Grenfell Fire Victims

By Hayden Wright Adele’s residency at Wembley Stadium has delighted UK fans with her greatest hits and trademark candor. The outspoken singer has used the gigs to raise money for victims of the Grenfell Fire, which claimed the lives of 79 residents, displacing and injuring many others. The 25 icon says not enough has been…

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