Sex toys will be officially sanctioned at CES after vibrator controversy

Sex tech will be included under the Health and Wellness category at the 2020 CES in Las Vegas, one of the world’s most influential tech expositions. The products must be new or emerging tech to be displayed at the show and compete for awards, CES’ organizers said. The Consumer Technology Association said that it decided to legitimize More...

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Hyundai Kona: India’s latest electric car is a powerful SUV

The South Korean carmaker launched its first electric vehicle for the Indian market, the Hyundai Kona Electric, in New Delhi on Tuesday. The battery-powered SUV can go from 0 to 100 kilometers per hour in 9.7 More...

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Duterte will be ‘first to obey’ new sexual harassment law, palace says

The Safe Spaces Act (Republic Act 11313) bans groping, sexual slurs, cat-calling, wolf-whistling, stalking, and making repeated unwanted sexual remarks or advances in all public spaces. Presidential spokesman More...

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Parts of the Marshall Islands are more radioactive than Chernobyl and Fukushima, study finds

From 1946 to 1958, the US government conducted 67 nuclear tests on several small islands — called atolls — in the Marshall Islands. The US government relocated entire populations and exposed others More...

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Muslim nations are defending China as it cracks down on Muslims, shattering any myths of Islamic solidarity

A day later, 37 other countries jumped to Beijing’s defense, with their own letter praising China’s human rights record, and dismissing the reported detention of up to two million Muslims in western More...

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Tokyo commuters told to work from home to avoid Olympic congestion nightmare

(CNN) — More than half a million people in Tokyo are being asked to work from home as part of a trial scheme aimed at tackling transport congestion ahead of the 2020 Olympic Games in the city. Over 20 million More...

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Beijing education reforms aim to help China’s over-worked, over-tested students

Many parents will be sending their children to summer tutoring classes to get ahead in China’s heavily competitive, exam-focused education system. The Chinese government says it wants to change that. China’s More...

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The backlash is growing against Xi Jinping in China and around the world

Some countries, like Australia and Canada, feel patronized and bullied. Neighbors worry they are being marginalized. Advanced industrial nations, especially Germany and South Korea, see China coming at them like More...

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NASA’s history in pictures – the first 60 years

NASA marked its 60th anniversary last year, and will celebrate the 50th anniversary of the moon landing in July. One thing that ties together these decades of scientific discovery and intrepid missions is the More...

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London tracks passengers’ movements on underground

Transport for London, which operates the Tube, began collecting data in its stations this week, in order to determine how people are moving through the system and how crowded trains and platforms are. It said More...

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