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Silicon Valley's 'try before you buy' tech showroom is coming to Santa Monica

Being an early tech adopter meant Vibhu Norby always had the latest gadgets. Before hoverboards were all the rage, the Bay Area engineer had already ordered his own online and envisioned himself whizzing around town doing errands on two wheels. But as with so many things ordered online, when the...
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