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Pubic hair grooming injuries are way more common than you might think, and on the rise

It might be time to consider going 70‘s-style where the sun don‘t shine. A recent study done by JAMA Dermatology shows that 25.6 percent of adults in the U.S. who groom their pubic hair have experienced injuries as a result of shaving, waxing, or other techniques. More than half of the common injuries were cuts, followed by burns, and rashes. SEE ALSO: Vagina highlighter is yet another product to make women feel bad about their bodie

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Taylor Swift sent fans a sweet gift for their support during her trial

Taylor Swift wasn‘t alone when she showed up to court last week and won a symbolic 1 battery and assault lawsuit against a DJ who groped her. Of course, media was present throughout the week, alongside her family and friendsbut so were the folks of art company Craftsy, whose office windows faced the courthouse and presented them with an opportunity to support the singer with post-it notes. SEE ALSO: Taylor Swift makes a subtle social media

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The final trailer for ‘The Defenders‘ is all about Sigourney Motherf**king Weaver

Netflix is coming in with one last trailer for The Defenders ahead of its premiere, and this one is all about Sigourney Weaver‘s villainess. It makes sense. If you‘ve got Sigourney Motherf**king Weaver in your cast, of course you‘re going to go out of your way to highlight her. SEE ALSO: What are critics saying about Marvel‘s ‘The Defenders‘? Problem is, Weaver is so charismatic that this trailer has me kin

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This rollable, waterproof keyboard fits in your beach bag

Just to let you know, if you buy something featured here, Mashable might earn an affiliate commission. Summer can be the best time of year to take your work on the roador at least to the nearest poolBut, getting a little work done out of office can be tricky, since most laptops we know of aren‘t sand-and-margarita proof. And doing any serious typing on a portable touchscreen device is a total pain. SEE ALSO: Never worry about a dull photo a

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Become a star bartender with this spherical ice maker

Just to let you know, if you buy something featured here, Mashable might earn an affiliate commission. Square ice cubes are so pass. These days, it‘s all about the sphere. SEE ALSO: This Kickstarter beer tool got funded in 2 hours flat Bring some pizzazz to your at-home bar with the Corkcicle Invisiball ice maker and ensure you‘re the host or hostess with the mostess once and for all. Each tumbler makes one, perfectly sphere ball of i

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Leaked images might show the iPhone 8‘s wireless charging setup

This year‘s upcoming iPhone 8 product line is widely expected to be Apple‘s first generation of smartphones to feature wireless charging capabilities, finally freeing up iOS users from their Lightning cords and we might just have gotten a good look at what the accessories that will provide that power might look like. New images that allegedly show off some of Apple‘s charging pad‘s internal components popped up online, g

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This intelligent night light is killing it on Kickstarter

Just to let you know, if you buy something featured here, Mashable might earn an affiliate commission. Smart home tech is having a moment, and we don‘t see it slowing down anytime soon. These days we have everything from pizza ordering devices and dog monitoring cameras to robots that can make pancakes. Enter: the smart night light. Zing is an intelligent, AI-powered night light that‘s currently killing it on Kickstarter and for good

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Congrats are in order: Malala was just accepted into Oxford

Malala Yousafzai Nobel Prize-winning activist and bright light in the darkness of 2017 Twitter is officially going to college. On Thursday morning, the recent high school graduate announced on Twitter that she would be attending Oxford University to study philosophy, politics, and economics. SEE ALSO: Malala shares a sweet first look at her magical picture book The 20 year old, who began tweeting in July, shared a screenshot of her confirmation

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The Essential Phone is now available for pre-order on Sprint

Sprint announced today that Android creator Andy Rubin‘s Essential Phone is finally available for pre-order. The phones were originally supposed to be available 30 days after Essential launched in May, but that deadline proved to be unattainable. SEE ALSO: Android‘s first serious augmented reality phone is finally here Yesterday, Essential customers who reserved the phone received an email notifying them that it would start shipping w

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‘Bachelor in Paradise‘ castmate believes race worked against him, invokes Charlottesville, Trump

Before the 2017 season had even finished filming, Bachelor in Paradise was making headlines. After an alleged sexual encounter between castmates DeMario Jackson and Corinne Olympios halted filming in Mexico, an investigation determined that there was no wrongdoing on set but Olympios and Jackson were already front and center of an (almost) national scandal. "I think people wanted it to be something different," Jackson said, speaking to The Holly

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Mic is laying off staff and pivoting to video, a move all too familiar in digital media

Mic, a news startup focused on millennials, is laying off 25 staffers as it prepares to shift to video. It‘s a move that has become all too common among media startups. Cofounder Chris Altchek told the company in a memo that the move was spurred by a need to become "the leader in visual journalism..." This echoes a recent op-ed from Mic publisher Cory Haik, which suggested the need to move away from print and toward video. "The much-lamente

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Emma Stone is the world‘s highest-paid actress

In the city of stars, Emma Stone‘s paycheck shines bright. Forbes has officially named the La La Land star the highest-paid actress in the world, after she earned 26 million through a 12 month-period. She made most of that money from the Academy Award winning La La Land, which raked in 445.3 million globally, Forbes reported. SEE ALSO: Emma Stone‘s comments about the Hollywood pay gap give us mixed feelings Stone recently spoke out ab

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Protective, very funny brother sizes up his lil‘ sister‘s first date

The whole protective older brother thing can be kind of annoying but for this brother/sister duo it‘s actually a hilariously sweet bit. SEE ALSO: YouTuber comes out to his 5-year-old brother in moving video Twitter user Shaquille Jack posted a video of him playfully interrogating his sister‘s first date, Owen. He asks all the important questions like, "What are your intentions?" and "Are you gonna go Dutch?" The sister laughs and goes

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The PancakeBot is here to take your breakfast to the next level

Just to let you know, if you buy something featured here, Mashable might earn an affiliate commission. What if I told you that you could design something on the computer and then eat that design in pancake form? No, it‘s not some dream project of the future, but a real gadget that exists right now. SEE ALSO: A Death Star waffle maker: May the fork be with you Prepare for some seriously epic Sunday brunches, because the PancakeBot makes it p

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Hackers just broke into HBO‘s Twitter accounts amidst weeks of security breaches

The HBO hackers strike again this time taking control of the network‘s official social media accounts. According to tweets posted on HBO‘s Twitter, a group identifying themselves as OurMine breached HBO‘s main account, claiming to be "testing" the security and encouraging the network to reach out for an upgrade. BREAKING: Yet another hack problem for HBO tonight...this time to it‘s social media accounts https://t.co/oCRu

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A glowing garden for apartment dwellers no dirt required

Just to let you know, if you buy something featured here, Mashable might earn an affiliate commission. What‘s better than a beautiful desk lamp? A beautiful desk lamp that‘s also a plant, of courseGrasslamp is the brainchild of Serbian designer Marko Vuckovic, and it‘s exactly what it sounds like: a minimalist, ovular lamp with a small, living garden growing in its center. SEE ALSO: This giant puzzle of a CMYK gradient may be th

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Motorola patent reveals designs for a phone screen that heals itself

Motorola wants to put an end to all those expensive smartphone screen repairs. The company recently applied for a patent on a phone screen that can heal its own cracks and damages. SEE ALSO: Oh, how Motorola‘s once mighty Moto X has fallen The patent, which was filed in February and awarded last week, explains how a phone screen made out of shape memory polymer could heal itself. The screen would have "thermal elements" in it that could det

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Learn how to build your very own robot by mastering Raspberry Pi

Just to let you know, if you buy something featured here, Mashable might earn an affiliate commission. Dream of building your own robots? Read on. Raspberry Pi is a tiny, inexpensive, single-board computer that you can use to make cool Internet of Things (IoT) projects. It‘s super bare bones (it doesn‘t even come with a keyboard, mouse, or case) but it‘s wildly popular due to its low cost, ease of use, and versatilityIf you&lsqu

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Instrumments 01 might be the best way to measure anything on the fly

How things measure up is pretty important to us. We don‘t just look at objects, we automatically scale them in our minds, guessing about width, height, and how they might fit in our world. We make these assumptions because few of us carry rulers in our back pockets (where would we put our phones?), and you better be a Property Brother if you‘re in the habit of carrying a tape measures on your belt. If only there was a subtler way to h

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Don‘t even think about using these emoji in these countries

Many of us don‘t give our emoji usage a second thought. And we bandy around the likes of , , and without batting an eyelid. SEE ALSO: Smiley emoji in your work emails are making you look incompetent :( But, some of the emoji we love to use could actually be considered offensive in certain countries. Given that emoji is the world‘s fastest growing language, it‘s important to get to grips with what is and isn‘t OK in emoji

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How fire ants use their bodies to form mini Eiffel Tower-like structural marvels

A recent Georgia Tech study examined how fire ants join together to form tower-like structures without a a plan or a leader. It follows previous studies that looked into fire ants‘ ability to use its six limbs to band together and form large shapes as a survival mechanism. Read more...More about Science, Animals, Architecture, Biology, and Survival Skills

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Doctor Strange comes calling in the latest trailer for ‘Thor: Ragnarok‘

The Avengers won‘t assemble for Infinity War until next year, but you will get to see some big Marvel superheroes come together this fall in Thor: Ragnarok. That includes Thor and Hulk, of course, but also Doctor Strange, as seen in the new Japanese trailer. SEE ALSO: Mark Ruffalo gleefully taking pictures of his ‘Thor‘ co-stars is adorable The Sorcerer Supreme has a warning for the god of thunder: "Destiny has dire plans fo

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Life as a female head groundskeeper requires patience, fortitude, and thick skin

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Business media startup Cheddar adds radio to its growing TV operation

Have cheese, will travel. Media startup Cheddar has signed a deal to bring its business-focused live content to national radio, adding to the growing distribution of its content beyond its Facebook Live origins. SEE ALSO: Internet TV could be about to get a lot cheaperand scarier for cable companies Cheddar will work with iHeartRadio, SiriusXM, TuneIn, Amazon Alexa, and Otto Radio. The deals vary by company and include a live simulcast on iHeartR

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