Deal: Panasonic’s Excellent Electric Razor Is $100 Off Right Now

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By Cam Vigliotta Regardless of whether or not you participate in No-Shave November (or the other lesser-known men’s November campaign), you deserve a razor that’s fast, powerful and incredibly smooth. Enter: the Panasonic ARC5 Men’s Electric Razor. Its flexible head follows your skin’s natural contours to deliver an even shave, while an intuitive sensor adjusts speed and power based on the density of your beard. Unlike conventional electric razors, it’s also completely waterproof, making it perfect for shaves in and out of the shower. Quick-charging provides five minutes of power on a three-mi…

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This new lane assistant doesn’t even need road markings to work

Published by DPA Lane departure warnings – the automatic alerts that go off in modern cars when the driver accidentally leaves the lane – traditionally rely on clearly visible lane markings on the road to properly work. But a new kind of system developed by Intel subsidiary Mobileye and set to be installed in Volkswagen’s

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Auto Floor Scrubbers Market Size and Development Trends Analysis 2021: Growth Revenue, Share and Latest Innovations, Global Opportunities and Strategic Movement by Players, Forecast to 2027

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‘Spencer’: Kristen Stewart sparkles in the role of Lady Diana

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‘No other choice’: Hong Kong Citizen News says decision to close was prompted by Stand News arrests, staff safety

Published by Hong Kong Free Press Hong Kong media outlet Citizen News has said its decision to shut down was prompted by the authorities’ crackdown on fellow independent newsroom Stand News, which abruptly closed last Wednesday after national security police arrested seven people and raided its offices. Addressing reporters the morning after the shutdown was

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Amazon to open its first brick-and-mortar clothes shop

Published by DPA For some years now, Amazon – the online retail giant blamed for putting many book shops out of business – has been expanding its business into traditional high street retail. Now it’s adding another product range to its real-world sales offerings: Fashion. The online giant has announced it’s making further inroads into

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