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Facebook will bring multiple displays into VR with ‘Limitless Office’

Will a VR workday be as productive and less fatiguing than a real one? Facebook, Oculus, and Infinite Office aim to find out. Facebook Today’s Best Tech Deals Picked by PCWorld’s Editors Top Deals On Great Products Picked by Techconnect’s Editors The new Facebook Oculus Quest 2 isn’t just about playing games. Facebook also debuted a…

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CHICAGOLAND: More than one Overdoses Linked To Man Handing Out Free Heroin…

CHICAGO (CBS) — It’s an offer some couldn’t pass up: free heroin. A bad batch is being passed out on Chicago’s South Side, but minutes later people were dropping to the ground, overdosing. While the victims may be drug users, if the dealer knows what he is handing out is too powerful or lethal, then police…

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Multiple Stabbings on Labor Day at New Jersey Beach, One Suspect Arrested

People witohut masks walk on the beach as the state of New Jersey continues Stage 2 of re-opening following restrictions imposed to slow the spread of coronavirus on September 06, 2020 in Ventnor City, New Jersey. Stage 2, allows moderate-risk activities to resume which most recently includes indoor dining, theatre and performances with limited capacity.…

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Multiple Officers Shot in Texas, Suspect Barricaded in Home

Multiple police officers were shot while responding to a call at a house in the Horizon Park area of Cedar Park, Texas. UPDATE: CBS Austin published a statement in which Gov. Greg Abbott (R) addressed the shooting of the Cedar Park officers: Our hearts are with the police officers who were injured while protecting the Cedar Park community…

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Multiple sclerosis drug to be studied for COVID-19 treatment

Large, ongoing studies of remdesivir are set to enter a new phase of research, in which doctors will test the impact of combining the drug with a medication already approved to treat multiple sclerosis, the National Institutes of Health announced Wednesday.The multiple sclerosis drug, called interferon beta-1a, is sold under the brand name Rebif. It’s…

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Multiple Blues test positive for COVID-19

Multiple Blues test positive for COVID-19 Vladimir Tarasenko skates Monday, June 22, 2020, at the Centene Community Ice Center in Maryland Heights as the Blues began Phase 2 workouts. Photo by Chris Pinkert, Provided by Blues Multiple Blues players have tested positive for COVID-19, the Post-Dispatch confirmed Friday evening. The team canceled Phase 2 workouts…

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Multiple athletes test positive for coronavirus, complicating return of sports

Hopes that sport in the United States might soon return to business as usual suffered a blow on Friday as athletes from golf to hockey tested positive for the novel coronavirus, triggering a shutdown of some facilities.The PGA Tour, which only restarted last week after a three-month COVID-19-forced hiatus, confirmed its first positive test, removing…

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Multiple D.C. Restaurants Stand in Solidarity With Protesters While Suffering Property Damage

After the peaceful demonstrations and protests gave way to destructive behavior Saturday night, and Teaism’s owners found out their Asian cafe in downtown D.C. had suffered shattered windows, a fire, and water damage from sprinklers, one of the owners and her daughter decided they had to get their message out quickly. After midnight, Michelle Brown…

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Multiple N.J. homes for veterans see dozens of coronavirus-related deaths

Several nursing and care homes for military veterans in New Jersey have become hotspots for the coronavirus pandemic, resulting in dozens of deaths among veterans at the facilities.The New York Times reported Sunday that more than 120 virus-related deaths have been recorded at just two veterans’ care facilities in New Jersey: the New Jersey Veterans Home at Paramus,…