Back in 2018, Adidas pledged to only use recycled plastics for its shoes and clothing by 2024. Now, the sports apparel giant has revealed a detailed roadmap towards achieving that goal and has also introduced Primeblue and Primegreen — two new fabrics that use 100 percent recycled polyester.
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If you’ve got a set of sweet alloys on your car, you’ve likely got them protected with locking nuts which can only be loosened with a special key. But these aren’t invulnerable to thieves, who are increasingly targeting car parts as vehicle security becomes more sophisticated.
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Apple today released iOS 13.3.1, and the new update contains two important fixes. First, it eliminates a Communication Limits workaround that allowed younger iPhone users to add contacts without first having to enter a Screen Time passcode. That’ll come as a relief to parents.
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The social media accounts of almost half of the teams in the National Football League, as well as the official NFL account, were hacked, the NFL said in a statement today. Some ESPN social media accounts were also “briefly compromised,” ESPN said today in a statement to The Verge.
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The FDA just granted clearance to a suite of algorithms that could help healthcare providers in the US more accurately screen for heart conditions during routine physical exams.
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