The track is currently under construction around Lake Garda. With parts of the path built off the banks of the lake and in some places skimming the water, it will make cyclists feel like they are floating.

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Thandie Newton has confirmed that she will be receiving equal pay to her male co-stars on the next season of Westworld.
Newton’s news follows her co-star Evan Rachel Wood‘s announcement that HBO would be matching her salary to that of her male counterparts on the popular drama series.
In an interview with Vanity Fair, Newton spoke candidly about how important pay parity is.
“They’re all happening right now, and yeah, we’re all equal across the board,” Newton said. “It’s really exciting

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Chinese drone giant DJI doesn’t collect, transmit, or store users’ data without their consent, despite rumors to the contrary, according to an independent study released today. DJI is touting the study, done by San Francisco’s Kivu Consulting, which concluded that users of the company’s drones maintain full control over how data like photos, videos, or …
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A California company is working on an underwater refueling station that can top off the fuel cells of undersea surveillance drones, allowing the vehicles to venture farther and work longer. Needless to say, the US Navy is interested in that kind of technology. The sailing branch is even exploring ways to tap sea-bottom thermal vents in order to keep power flowing to underwater gas stations. Teledyne, based in Thousand Oaks, California, showed off its undersea power station alongside Gavia, the company’s popular underwater surveillance drone, at the Sea-Air-Space Exposition in Maryland in April. The underwater fuel-cell station stores 200 kilowatts of power and works down to a depth of nearly two miles, according to Defense News

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This article is about crypto. It’s in the title, and the first sentence, yet the topic still remains hidden.
At Hackaday, we are deeply concerned with language. Part of this is the fact that we are a purely text-based publication, yes, but a better reason is right there in the masthead. This is Hackaday, and for more than a decade, we have countered to the notion that ‘hackers’ are only bad actors

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