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Ministry of Supply is a Boston-based apparel company, founded by three people who met at MIT and pursued more advanced material design in their products. I've never worn their clothing before, but examples include stretchy performance shirts and pants, 3D-printed fabrics and "phase change" materials that store and release heat. The company's first piece of wearable tech (that uses electricity) is this jacket, which has carbon fiber wires running up its back and sleeves to heat it for all-weather wear, like a futuristic electric blanket. We've seen heated Olympic jackets, and connected jackets like Google and Levi's Commuter jacket which had touch-sensitive fabric. This is different: it's a heat-regulated jacket that's designed to be automatic. I wore a test model with Ministry of Supply cofounder and president Gihan Amarasiriwardena to see what it was like.

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Apple made a big acquisition this week. Could Beats possibly be worth $3B? Also, a new driverless car from Google, a new superphone from LG, and mankind's latest great hope for space travel from SpaceX. It's been expected for what seemed like forever, and frankly at this point we were thinking Apple might just hold off and make the announcement at WWDC. But no, this week Tim Cook & Co. pulled the trigger one one of its biggest acquisitions ever -- or certainly one of its most talked-about acquisition, anyway. The $3 billion deal gives Apple a number of things: a line of overpriced headphones, a powerful new brand partner, and a bunch of new employees.

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Apple argued that much of that innovation came from the phone's ease of use, creating a product for "normal people -- people with better things to do with their lives than learn how a computer might work," Christie said on the stand last week. Updated, 5 p.m. PT: Adds Apple statement provided to CNET, as well as comment from sources. Greg Christie, who helped develop important features for the original iPhone, is leaving Apple later this year. Greg Christie, a vice president and engineer who played an important role in developing software for the original iPhone, is leaving Apple, dealing it a blow during a key time for the company.