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30 deals on Apple accessories, including chargers, docks, and more

Apple products can get pricey, so saving on accessories is a good move if you want to save a little cash. 

And while Prime Day (happy Prime Day, BTW) is a great opportunity for tech deals, it’s not the only place to find savings. In fact, we’ve found 30 deals on Apple accessories active as of Oct. 13. Save up to 74% on chargers, cables, dock, and other accessories below.

Wireless Qi Canvas Duo Device Charger

You can power up to two devices simultaneously with the Wireless Qi Canvas Duo Device Charger. It works with Samsung devices, too, in case your loved ones are Team Android. Pick this up for only $59.99, a 40% drop from its original price of $99. 

30 deals on Apple accessories, including chargers, docks, and more

QUAD Wireless Charging Station

The QUAD Wireless Charging Station is a four-in-one charger that can juice up your iPad, Apple Watch, AirPods, and iPhone all at the same time.

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Serena Williams on Sticking Up for Women (Including Herself)

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Photo credit: Jacopo Raule – Getty Images

From Harper’s BAZAAR

For tennis icon Serena Williams, speaking out is a necessary endeavor—especially for someone who has as big of a platform as she does.

Chatting with British Vogue for its November cover story, Williams opened up about why she pushes to make space for women of color and challenges the status quo.

“Tennis is a small play in the whole scheme of things,” she said. “In this society, women are not taught or expected to be that future leader or future CEO. The narrative has to change. And maybe it doesn’t get better in time for me, but someone in my position can show women and people of colour that we have a voice, because Lord knows I use mine. I love sticking up for people and supporting women. Being the voice that millions of people don’t have.”

She also reflected

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Experts call for including pregnant women in COVID-19 vaccine trials

More than 210,000 people in the U.S. have died from COVID-19, and tens of thousands are testing positive daily. The best way to defeat the pandemic is with a safe vaccine that can protect a large share of the population, especially people at higher risk of exposure, such as frontline health workers, and those more vulnerable, such as the elderly and, some health experts maintain, pregnant women. The data on whether pregnancy increases the risk for coronavirus infection or leads to more complications is incomplete, but there are preliminary indications that it is a potential risk factor.

By the workings of “herd immunity,” a vaccine wouldn’t even have to be given to everyone; if a large enough portion of the population is protected from infection, the virus won’t be able to keep spreading. The country is nowhere near that point at present.

It is encouraging to know that there are

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UEFA Awards, full list of nominees, including Men’s and Women’s Player of the Year

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Aside from Friday being the UEFA Champions League draw, Europe’s governing body for soccer is also announcing the winners of its most prestigious awards, including Men’s Player of the Year, Women’s Player of the Year and more. Nominees include massive names in the world of soccer like Robert Lewandowski, Wendi Renard, Jurgen Klopp and others.

Be sure to check back for a complete list of the award winners. 

UEFA awards: Nominees

UEFA Men’s Player of the Year:

  • Kevin De Bruyne (Manchester City)
  • Robert Lewandowski (Bayern) 
  • Manuel Neuer (Bayern) 

UEFA Women’s Player of the Year: 

  • Lucy Bronze (Lyon, now at Manchester City)
  • Pernilla Harder (Wolfsburg) 
  • Wendie Renard (Lyon)

UEFA Men’s Coach of the Year: 

  • Hansi Flick (Bayern) 
  • Jurgen Klopp (Liverpool)
  • Julian Nagelsmann (RB Leipzig)

UEFA Women’s Coach of the Year:

  • Lluis Cortes (Barcelona) 
  • Stephan Lerch (Wolfsburg) 
  • Jean-Luc Vasseur (Lyon) 

Champions League positional awards: Nominees

Goalkeeper of the 2019-20 men’s

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Heat grow support system at Disney, including Tyler Herro with Instagram model alongside

The bubble has grown a bit bulkier for the Miami Heat, even as the NBA’s presence at Disney World has been reduced to two teams.

With the finish line in sight of the quarantine process that began for the Heat with their July 8 arrival to Central Florida, several players have added family members and friends into the mix in advance of Wednesday’s 9 p.m. start of the NBA Finals against the Los Angeles Lakers.

While the Heat have added an additional media-relations staffer and the team’s nutritionist to their official traveling party over the past week, players have been able to spend time with those beyond the team, with additional hotel space made available for visitors.

Tyler Herro, Andre Iguodala, Jae Crowder, Kelly Olynyk, Meyers Leonard and Gabe Vincent are among the players with guests within the NBA’s secured campus, with other players expected to have guests viewing from

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