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Apple’s independent repair program is expanding to ‘nearly every country where Apple products are sold’,

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Getting an Apple product repaired often involves going directly to the (expensive) source — an Apple Store — or a big third-party firm. If you live somewhere with limited choices, Apple’s recently announced expansion of its Independent Repair Provider program might change that. The company plans to expand its repair program to “nearly every country where Apple products are sold,” …

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Apple’s independent repair program is expanding to ‘nearly every country where Apple products are sold’, Ian Carlos Campbell

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iphone 5 teardown (ifixit) Getting an Apple product repaired often involves going directly to the (expensive) source — an Apple Store — or a big third-party firm. If you live somewhere with limited choices, Apple’s recently announced expansion of its Independent Repair Provider program might change that. The company plans to expand its repair program to “nearly every country where …

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Nike sues over Lil Nas X’s ‘unauthorized Satan Shoes’, Adi Robertson

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MSCHF Nike has sued internet collective MSCHF for selling “unauthorized Satan Shoes” in collaboration with rapper Lil Nas X. The shoe company says MSCHF infringed on its trademarks by selling limited-edition custom Nikes that were allegedly modified with a drop of human blood. Since the Satan Shoes (as they are officially called) were announced last week, Nike claims they’ve harmed …

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Nike sues over Lil Nas X’s ‘unauthorized Satan Shoes’,

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Nike has sued internet collective MSCHF for selling “unauthorized Satan Shoes” in collaboration with rapper Lil Nas X. The shoe company says MSCHF infringed on its trademarks by selling limited-edition custom Nikes that were allegedly modified with a drop of human blood. Since the Satan Shoes (as they are officially called) were announced last week, Nike claims they’ve harmed its …

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The Louvre’s collections are online so I curated some good paintings for you, Kait Sanchez

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Photo by MARTIN BUREAU/AFP via Getty Images The Louvre Museum announced Friday that its entire collections are now available to view online at collections.louvre.fr. This includes pieces that are on loan or in storage, which is exciting for museum nerds like me who have ever expressed woe at the number of cool things museums have kept away from my eager …

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Space Chat with Space.com: Tune in Fridays for science, space and more!, ,

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This Friday (April 2), Space Chat will explore Apophis and other near-Earth asteroids. This week, Space.com senior writer Chelsea Gohd will be taking a deep dive into the weird world of near-Earth asteroids like Apophis, which will NOT impact Earth within the next 100 years (at least), researchers at NASA recently reassured. Every Friday at 1 p.m. EDT (17000 GMT), …

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Explosion from the early universe illuminates secret black hole, ,

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This artistic impression illustrates a new black hole that was discovered through gravitational lensing using light from an ancient cosmic explosion. (Image credit: Carl Knox, OzGrav) Light coming from an explosion in the early universe has illuminated a black hole that astronomers think could expand their understanding of how the celestial objects form. Three billion years ago, a gamma-ray burst …