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As you casually stroll through Madrid on your dream European vacation, it might not register when more than one native Spaniard speaks hurriedly about la tormenta. Of course, if you don’t know the language, that warning about the oncoming storm probably won’t mean a whole lot. Well, until you’re the only one left standing in a torrential downpour, that is.

Hopefully, your

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New monuments app aims to tell ‘full history of Richmond’

RICHMOND, Va. — Just days after the statue of Robert E. Lee was taken down from Monument Avenue, Richmond Public School launched a new augmented reality historic walking tour that aims to showcase untold stories of Black resilience in Richmond.

The “Monumental Conversations” app was a collaboration between RPS, various Richmond museums, local community members, and RPS students, who helped design the app. Although the launch event was scheduled prior to the date of the statue removal, officials said the timing was important to highlight the ongoing conversation about under-told stories of Richmond’s past.

“It’s about telling the full history

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Language learning app Duolingo raises price range for IPO

July 26 (Reuters) – Language learning app Duolingo Inc said on Monday it had raised the price target range for its initial public offering in the United States to between $95 and $100 each, aiming for a total raise of nearly $511 million at the top end of the range.

The company had previously set the range at $85 to $95 per share. (Reporting by Niket Nishant in Bengaluru; Editing by Krishna Chandra Eluri)

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Frisco teen selected for Apple scholarship after creating skin cancer app

A Frisco teenager was accepted into Apple’s scholarship program after creating an app that warns about the dangers of skin cancer.

Mason Dierkes’ app is called Skin Cancers. It shows how skin cancer spreads on people’s skin over time.

The 16-year-old said he was inspired by his grandfather who died after being diagnosed with melanoma.

While the

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