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Light Pollution Has Worsened Worldwide

The world’s nights are getting alarmingly bright. A German-led term reported that light pollution is threatening darkness almost everywhere. The transition from sodium lights to LEDs, the so-called “lighting revolution”, was supposed to reduce energy consumption and bring back starry skies, but new satellite data indicate it’s not working out that way. Artificially bright night skies can create a whole host of health concerns for wildlife and humans.
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24 Days of Christmas Gadgets: Day #3 NoviConnected Travel Roller

The 41 liter NoviConnected 4-Wheel Hubless Travel Roller from Incase makes a killer companion for your travels. It’s equipped with an integrated TSA-approved lock, removable smooth glide wheels, and an app controlled, 10050mAh battery bank capable of simultaneously charging USB-C and USB devices.
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24 Days of Christmas Gadgets: Day #2 Fitbit Charge 2

Fitbits fitness wristband Charge 2 is the successor of the legendary Fitbit Charge and Charge HR. Every heartbeat counts with Fitbit Charge 2 – the fitness tracker for heart rate and fitness recording for everyday life, training and beyond.
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24 Days of Christmas Gadgets: Day #1 Anki Cozmo

The modern-day Tamigotchi, Cozmo likes to play. Keep him sweet with regular tune-ups, food (virtual, of course) and by challenging him to games. He’ll recognize you, offer a fist bump and can be programmed to perform all sorts of cool tricks. Cozmo is made by Anki and is one of the most sophisticated consumer robots available today.
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Prehistoric Women Were Stronger Than Some of Today’s Elite Female Athletes

Farming is hard work, and prehistoric women in Central Europe—who tilled and harvested fields, ground grain, and hauled crops without help from modern equipment—likely had the muscles to prove it. New research looking at the bone strength of European women living through the first 6,000 years of farming suggests they had quite the work ethic.
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A Bokeh-Lover’s Dream Lens: The Leica Noctilux-M 75mm f/1.25

Expert portrait photographers take heed — Leica has debuted the newest iteration of its Noctilux camera range. Leica today announced the new Leica Noctilux-M 75mm f/1.25 ASPH, a lens that delivers a “hair-thin depth of focus” that “isolates subjects with extreme precision.”
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DJI Introduces Racing Edition Goggles

DJI just introduced an updated version of their headset, they are called the DJI Goggles RE, short for racing edition. No longer is it limited to just DJI drones, but with the separate module and camera system, you can first-person-view (FPV) anything in HD with low latency.
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The New Leica CL and Smallest Wide-Angle APS-C Lens

Modern tech, classic looks. That’s what you’ll find in the Leica CL Camera. As a modern counterpart of the Leica TL2, this version boasts a balance between state-of-the-art tech, mechanical precision and compact construction.
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