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How to watch the Women’s March on Washington



Today, tens of thousands of people will descend on Washington, D.C. for the Women’s March on Washington, the viral protest for equality organized in the wake of Donald Trump’s ascension to the White House. 

But if you can’t make it to Washington, or you want to keep track of it while participating in one of the hundreds of sister marches, you’ll have some options. 


Given the size and publicity of the march, you can be sure that major cable news networks like CNN, MSNBC, and Fox News will give the march some coverage throughout the day. C-SPAN will also have coverage live starting at 10 a.m. ET. Read more…

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Watch how the iPhone 7 handles knife scratches and intense bending

It’s only been shipping for a minute, but YouTuber JerryRigEverything has already managed to put the new iPhone 7 through an intense durability assessment. In his latest video, the YouTuber performs a series of tests to see how Apple’s new smartphone responds to scratching, heat and bending. While the iPhone 7 will withstand scratches from a simple utility knife with ease, contact with a mineral pick equivalent to level six and higher on the Mohs hardness scale could certainly leave permanent damages on your screen. Similarly to the display, the rear iSight camera cover won’t succumb to a standard razor blade, but materials corresponding to level six and above…

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Pokémon Go is coming to the Apple Watch

At Apple’s iPhone 7 keynote today, Niantic CEO John Hanke announced that the company’s popular AR game Pokémon Go is coming to the Apple Watch. The app will allow players to engage with the location-based game without having to open the app on their phone to detect nearby Pokémon, gyms and other locations. It’ll notifiy wearers when they’re close to a Pokémon, and also display walking and running stats like distance and calories burned. But bear in mind, when you’re close to a Pokémon, you’ll have to whip out your phone to try and catch it. The company noted that…

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