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By: Kellen Beck

Having a whole bunch of smart objects like lights, appliances, and thermometers can make life a little more convenient for businesses, but buying into the internet of things can also make those same businesses more vulnerable to hackers. Nicole...

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By: Shannon Connellan

Stop waiting for your letterFans of quills, letters, and playing sports with household items, there’s still hope. Wizards in Harry Potter don't really use primitive muggle technology because, you know, they have magic. But that doesn’t...

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By: Raymond Wong

Well, here's something you don't see announced often (or ever, for that matter): A smartphone that can't connect to the Internet. That's right, Samsung's new Galaxy J2 Pro (it ain't a "pro" anything if it can't go online) is intentionally designed...

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By: Raymond Wong

It's been a very long week for Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg. Dude survived over 10 hours of Congress grilling him on the Cambridge Analytica scandal that has rocked the world. But is his skin thick enough to brush off all the jokes derived from his...

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By: Raymond Wong

The endless cycle of Android copying iOS and vice versa doesn't look like it's ending anytime soon. In an blog post on the official Android Developers Blog, Google accidentally included a screenshot of a navigation bar interface that ditches the...

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TheVerge
By: Tom Warren

Google is testing a new navigation bar for Android P that looks similar to Apple’s new gesture and UI on the iPhone X. Google accidentally revealed the new navigation bar in an Android developers blog post (cached copy), and the company removed a...

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It's well-established that Android P will support notched displays when it arrives later in the year. However, that might not be the only iPhone X-like feature in the finished release. The 9to5Google team has noticed that a Google developer...

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By: Raymond Wong

After Tesla failed to hit its goal of producing 2,500 Model 3 electric cars a week, CEO Elon Musk says he's figured out what went wrong: robots. Yes, robots, which are designed to help build lots and lots of Tesla's electric vehicle at an insane...

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Fortune
By: Kirsten Korosec

A reliance on robots contributed to Model 3 production hell

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Cnet
By: Kyle Hyatt

In his interview with CBS This Morning, Musk says that relying too much on robotics was his mistake.

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By: Raymond Wong

iPhone fans might be in for a real special treat. The Federal Communications Committee (of all places) has published several photos of what appears to be a gold-colored iPhone X – a shade of Apple's smartphone that hasn't been announced or...

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By: Jack Morse

So Facebook's Cambridge Analytica scandal has you freaked.  The social media giant's appetite for your personal data combined with its ability to exploit it for profit regardless of societal cost has soured many on the company. But as we...

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By: Pete Pachal

Google Clips $249 View Product The Good Lightweight • Reliable wireless connection • Simple app The Bad Unintuitive • AI does a bad job finding good moments • Lousy battery life • Pricey for what it...

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By: Carlos Cadorniga

A lot of people think they have a great idea for an app. But since most don't know the first thing about building them, many of those bright ideas never see the light of day. If you have a great idea, we're here to tell you that you don’t have ...

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By: Jess Joho

George R. R. Martin already has a lot of blood on his hands, as the notoriously ruthless murderer of everyone's favorite Game of Thrones characters. But on April 13, the fantasy writer added an unusual yet still tragic victim to his list by removing ...

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In the mid-aughts, LiveJournal was one of the top blogging services, and many a teen poured out their emotions on the site's digital pages. But little did the world know that in 2005, a popular-in-his-genre fantasy writer would join the...

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By: Monica Chin

Remember the PA system that blasted messages to every room in your elementary school? Yeah, Alexa is that now.  You can now use Amazon's voice assistant to broadcast messages to all the Echo devices in your house, and whatever unsuspecting...

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By: Rachel Kraus

A businessman has won the first 'right to be forgotten' lawsuit against Google in the UK high court, according to the BBC. The right to be forgotten (RTBF) is an online privacy statute that the European Court of Justice passed in 2014. It states...

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By: Monica Chin

With Samsung's brand constantly growing, so in turn do the options for cases to protect its flagship Galaxy lineup.  The Samsung Galaxy S9 is a phone that "gets it exactly right" as our reviewer wrote. But it's a slippery phone, so beyond the...

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By: Monica Chin

The upcoming, redesigned Gmail looks like it will have several new features to protect the privacy of your emails.  One of these, according to TechCrunch, is self-destructing emails. Following the update, you'll be able to set emails you send...

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Cnet
By: David Carnoy

Google's upcoming redesign has some potentially compelling new features that may change your emailing habits.

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Cnet
By: David Carnoy

Google's upcoming redesign has some potentially compelling new features that may change your emailing habits.

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Fortune
By: Don Reisinger

And some other security features, too.

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By: Jen Grant

This column is part of a series called "Voices of Women in Tech," created in collaboration with AnitaB.org, a global enterprise that supports women in technical fields, as well as the organizations that employ them and the academic institutions...

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By: Leah Stodart

The release of the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus were possibly the most comforting release ever. Sure, the iPhone X's changes are insanely cool — but a huge part of Team Apple was intimidated by the thought of making the leap to such a fancy ...

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By: Monica Chin

It's tax season, and we all know what that means: procrastinating on doing your taxes until the very last minute.  Look, we get it. Taxes are a complicated, convoluted process, and you shouldn't spend more time on them than you absolutely have...

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By: MJ Franklin

Everybody has a different coffee order. Some people love a simple cup of black drip. Others want a shot of chocolate in a mocha latte. And, ya know, a Crystal Ball Frappuccino is a thing that exists now. But no matter what your coffee order is, one...

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By: Rachel Kraus

Looks like the Chinese surveillance state is really up and running, guys! Chinese state news agency ECNS reported Thursday that police used facial recognition-enabled cameras to catch a criminal suspect amongst a crowd of 60,000 concert-goers....

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By: Monica Chin

Google didn't reveal the name of Android Oreo until August last year, shortly after Google I/O. But this year, it might be giving us some clues ahead of time.  SEE ALSO: Google is going all-in on smartphone notches for Android P On Thursday,...

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By: Carlos Cadorniga

Your Instagram pics deserve to be in 4K, so upgrade with this action camera by DBPOWER that's on sale for 20% off. SEE ALSO: This is not your parents' camera tripod This ultra HD camera can capture your photos and video with great resolution and...

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By: Carlos Cadorniga

We know you've probably been putting off your spring cleaning for a while, and we wouldn't blame you. But it's time to be an adult and give your home a deep clean. This certified refurbished Dyson Ball Animal vacuum is on sale for $100 off and can...

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Fortune
By: Polina Marinova

On deals and dealmakers.

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Mashable
By: Carlos Cadorniga

It may be Friday the 13th, but this deal on a Yamaha 4K receiver sounds pretty lucky to us. You can add audio to nine different rooms in your house with multicast and enjoy videos in 4K. SEE ALSO: Party anytime, anywhere with this hardcore portable...

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By: Raymond Wong

The iPhone X is Apple's most advanced smartphone ever. It's a technological marvel inside and out. It's also extremely slippery and you definitely should get a case (even if it's a cheap one) to protect your $1,000+ device. There are a zillion cases ...

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By: Mashable Team

Read more...More about Apple, Apple Pencil, Mashable Reels, Sn Reels, and Tech

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By: Leah Stodart

We love our Mac as much as the next Apple obsessive, but as with every product, there's always room for improvement. Our biggest gripe? The speakers. Sure, they're good enough for a viral Twitter video and or a quick Facetime, but when it comes to...

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By: Johnny Lieu

Law enforcement agencies — despite protests from privacy advocates — have long lobbied to get access to your smartphone. Now a mysterious U.S. startup called Grayshift — which reportedly has an ex-Apple security engineer on staff...

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By: Sasha Lekach

Uber keeps updating its app and adding features this week. Its latest announcement Thursday is all about safety. Now within the ride-hailing app riders can pick up to five people to list as "Trusted Contacts." For every ride those selected friends...

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By: Sasha Lekach

Tesla has been removed from the National Transportation Safety Board's investigation into a fatal crash of a Tesla Model X in the Bay Area.  The advisory group pulled the electric car maker from the investigation after Tesla continued to...

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Arstechnica
By: Timothy B. Lee

Enlarge / Elon Musk unveiling the Model X in 2012. (credit: Tim Rue/Corbis via Getty Images) The National Transportation Safety Board announced Thursday that it has revoked Tesla's status as a party to its investigation of a fatal Model X crash in ...

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By: Karissa Bell

Choosing the right case for your iPhone 8 is an important task. Besides making your iPhone look better, the right case can make your life a whole lot easier — if you know what to look for, that is. SEE ALSO: Apple launches red iPhone 8...

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By: Pete Pachal

Mark Zuckerberg survived Congress. Now what? That's the big question now that the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives have put Facebook under the microscope.  After 10+ hours of testimony, plenty of clueless questions, and multiple...

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The New York Times
By: ZACH WICHTER

Mr. Zuckerberg was on Capitol Hill to defend his company’s reputation and try to assure the public that Facebook was still a friendly platform.

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Fortune
By: Bloomberg

Facebook's CEO was invited to appear before three of the assembly’s committees.

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Entrepreneur
By: Matthew McCreary

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg's trip to Congress held massive implications for the future of social media ... and plenty of comedic opportunity.

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Inc
By: Yasmin Gagné

Lawmakers have given the Facebook CEO a lot to look into.

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By: Stan Schroeder

Imagine this: You're traveling, and after a day of sightseeing you just want to relax in your hotel room and chill with Netflix. You fire it up and search frantically for your favorite show, but it just isn't there. What gives? The problem is this:...

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By: Leah Stodart

Cheers to the freakin' weekend, y'all — because the weather finally feels like it's supposed to in April, and because Amazon is offering sweet deals on a ton of tech items.  Amazon devices like Kindles, Fire HD Tablets, and Fire TV Sticks ...

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By: Raymond Wong

TL;DR review: Samsung's 49-inch CHG90 monitor, the world's largest gaming display, is a beast for play and work. Cool Factor: 😎😎😎😎😎 (5 out of 5) Learning Curve: 📘📘📘📘 (4 out of...

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By: Michael Nuñez

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg spent two days this week getting grilled by Congress in response to the Cambridge Analytica scandal. The hearings were often hampered by their awkward format and strict time constraints. But at least some legislators...

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By: Michelle Yan

Qoobo is a therapeutic toy that is basically a pillow with a wagging tailSomnox is the bean-shaped sleep robot that makes getting your nights rest much easierAeolus Robot is a robotic maid that can vacuum and hand you your favorite drinkLoomo is a...

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By: Nikolay Nikolov

Michael Papadakis is not an ordinary artist and he doesn't paint in a studio. In fact, he doesn't even use paint or brushes.  He uses reflection and refraction to paint with the sun. Read more...More about Art, Sun, Painting, Artist, and...

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By: Carlos Cadorniga

It's no secret that we adore the Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+. Our senior tech correspondent Raymond Wong has written about how much he loves some of the little details on the phone, like the well-placed fingerprint scanner, the facial/iris recognition ...

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By: Carlos Cadorniga

Prime members, listen up. You can save $15 on an Amazon Fire 7 tablet and get it for less than $40. Got your attention yet? SEE ALSO: 5 multi-port charging devices on sale right now Equipped with Alexa, the Fire 7 tablet can get you all the...

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By: Monica Chin

Have you checked your Messenger privacy settings recently? No? If you're in the European Union, at least, that's about to change.  Facebook's messaging platform has begun showing pop-up notifications prompting users to review their privacy...

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By: Rachel Kraus

In one of the weirder moments of Mark Zuckerberg's congressional testimony on Wednesday, the Facebook CEO suggested there might be some really shady stuff going down at one of the oldest and most well respected universities in the...

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Orion Span is planning to launch a luxury space hotel in 2022. Although this timescale sounds a bit unrealistic, the company mentions that 4 months worth of bookings were sold out in just 3 days after they started accepting...

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By: Carlos Cadorniga

The weather is finally starting to get warmer, so get on that DIY project with a Black+Decker drill on sale on Amazon. SEE ALSO: Learn how to start your own clothing brand with these online classes If you're roughing it outside on a camping trip,...

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By: Rachel Kraus

As the good citizens of the internet become more and more woke as to how little of our activity online is truly private, Mozilla Firefox wants to step up as the browser for privacy-oriented people. Mozilla announced in a blog post on Thursday that...

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By: Raymond Wong

Apple's HomePod smart speaker is not off to a good start. Despite receiving high praise for its incredible sound from a cadre of tech reviewers (Mashable included), HomePod sales have been really disappointing, Bloomberg reports. HomePod sales are...

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By: Sasha Lekach

A new dedicated charging network from the company EVgo hopes to reduce charging stress for ride-hailing and gig economy drivers in rented electric vehicles.  General Motors' Maven car-share service rents electric Bolts to drivers on apps like...

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By: Johirul Hassan

Amazon deals today include Bose wireless headphones with over £50 off list price, 50% off Ultimate Ears BOOM 2 Bluetooth speakers and some great offers with coupons attached: Wireless Headphones Bose SoundLink II Around-Ear Wireless Headphones...

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By: Sasha Lekach

It looks bleak out there for autonomous vehicles. A pedestrian was killed in the first self-driving car accident with an Uber test vehicle, and then a driver in a semi-autonomous Tesla fatally crashed into a highway barrier. Earlier this month, a...