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Uber Air announces first international city to trial flying taxis

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Uber has announced the first international city its flying taxis one day might be buzzing over. 

The Australian city of Melbourne will join Los Angeles and Dallas as the third official pilot city for Uber Air, the rideshare company’s ambitious project to transport people in short distances via the skies. 

Test flights are expected in 2020, with commercial operations aimed for as soon as 2023. Uber claims trips will be priced the same as an UberX ride over the same distance, but we’ll…

Uber Air announces first international city to trial flying taxis

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Uber has announced the first international city its flying taxis one day might be buzzing over. 

The Australian city of Melbourne will join Los Angeles and Dallas as the third official pilot city for Uber Air, the rideshare company’s ambitious project to transport people in short distances via the skies. 

Test flights are expected in 2020, with commercial operations aimed for as soon as 2023. Uber claims trips will be priced the same as an UberX ride over the same distance, but we’ll…

Microsoft is making Xbox body wash that absolutely no one asked for

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Everyone named Kyle is legally obligated to buy this Xbox soap and then never use it. 

Apparently, 2019 is the year of consumeristic fever dreams. Brands aren’t holding back, especially when it comes to collaborations. After all, it hasn’t even been two full months since Forever 21 dropped a bizarre line with USPS (yes, as in the United States Postal Service). 

And now this: Xbox flavored (?) line of toiletries including deodorant, body spray, and shower gel. Unilever, Axe’s parent…

Microsoft is making Xbox body wash that absolutely no one asked for

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Everyone named Kyle is legally obligated to buy this Xbox soap and then never use it. 

Apparently, 2019 is the year of consumeristic fever dreams. Brands aren’t holding back, especially when it comes to collaborations. After all, it hasn’t even been two full months since Forever 21 dropped a bizarre line with USPS (yes, as in the United States Postal Service). 

And now this: Xbox flavored (?) line of toiletries including deodorant, body spray, and shower gel. Unilever, Axe’s parent…

Microsoft is making Xbox body wash that absolutely no one asked for

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Everyone named Kyle is legally obligated to buy this Xbox soap and then never use it. 

Apparently, 2019 is the year of consumeristic fever dreams. Brands aren’t holding back, especially when it comes to collaborations. After all, it hasn’t even been two full months since Forever 21 dropped a bizarre line with USPS (yes, as in the United States Postal Service). 

And now this: Xbox flavored (?) line of toiletries including deodorant, body spray, and shower gel. Unilever, Axe’s parent…

Microsoft is making Xbox body wash that absolutely no one asked for

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Everyone named Kyle is legally obligated to buy this Xbox soap and then never use it. 

Apparently, 2019 is the year of consumeristic fever dreams. Brands aren’t holding back, especially when it comes to collaborations. After all, it hasn’t even been two full months since Forever 21 dropped a bizarre line with USPS (yes, as in the United States Postal Service). 

And now this: Xbox flavored (?) line of toiletries including deodorant, body spray, and shower gel. Unilever, Axe’s parent…

Teen who hacked Apple told to use ‘gifts for good rather than evil’

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One sharp Australian teen caught a break this week after being caught hacking tech giant Apple. 

The 17-year-old Adelaide student was one of two teens who were charged with hacking Apple twice, once in 2015 and once in 2017, and downloading a digital ton of internal documents. 

After putting the teen on nine months of probation instead of jail time, Magistrate David White said, according to ABC News Australia: “He is clearly someone who is a gifted individual when it comes to information…

Teen who hacked Apple told to use ‘gifts for good rather than evil’

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One sharp Australian teen caught a break this week after being caught hacking tech giant Apple. 

The 17-year-old Adelaide student was one of two teens who were charged with hacking Apple twice, once in 2015 and once in 2017, and downloading a digital ton of internal documents. 

After putting the teen on nine months of probation instead of jail time, Magistrate David White said, according to ABC News Australia: “He is clearly someone who is a gifted individual when it comes to information…

Teen who hacked Apple told to use ‘gifts for good rather than evil’

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One sharp Australian teen caught a break this week after being caught hacking tech giant Apple. 

The 17-year-old Adelaide student was one of two teens who were charged with hacking Apple twice, once in 2015 and once in 2017, and downloading a digital ton of internal documents. 

After putting the teen on nine months of probation instead of jail time, Magistrate David White said, according to ABC News Australia: “He is clearly someone who is a gifted individual when it comes to information…

Teen who hacked Apple told to use ‘gifts for good rather than evil’

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One sharp Australian teen caught a break this week after being caught hacking tech giant Apple. 

The 17-year-old Adelaide student was one of two teens who were charged with hacking Apple twice, once in 2015 and once in 2017, and downloading a digital ton of internal documents. 

After putting the teen on nine months of probation instead of jail time, Magistrate David White said, according to ABC News Australia: “He is clearly someone who is a gifted individual when it comes to information…