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By: Morgan Sung

Here's some great news just in time for the weekend: someone's created a site that makes browsing through Netflix so much easier. Reddit user CrazedEli, aka Ville Salminen, announced his creation Flixable on the r/television subreddit Friday. It's...

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By: Monica Chin

WhatsApp, the cross-platform instant messenger owned by Facebook, will finally allow Android users to choose how different types of notification appear. This update is great news for many Android users, Android Police reports. The lack of...

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By: Peter Allen Clark

When someone suffers a seizure in real life, it can be an intense, scary experience. When someone suffers a seizure during a VR chat, it can be even more terrifying.  This is the exact scenario that Sam Raiffeisen, otherwise known as YouTuber...

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By: Jack Morse

Over a half million Twitter users are about to be on the receiving end of an inbox surprise.  No, not the news of an unexpected verification. Nor something more prosaic, such as their unwitting participation in a new feature test group. Rather, ...

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TheVerge
By: Nick Statt

Twitter this evening released a new set of statistics related to its investigation on Russia propaganda efforts to influence the 2016 US presidential election, including that 677,775 people were exposed to social media posts from more than 50,000...

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Last week, Twitter missed the deadline Congress set to turn over information on Russia-backed meddling in the 2016 election. Today, the social media company posted a public update on their internal investigation. First, they found thousands of...

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Cnet
By: Terry Collins

The social network will email more than 600,000 users in the US who saw tweets from Russian-linked accounts during 2016 election.

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Arstechnica
By: Sam Machkovech

Enlarge / Maybe Twitter should try this approach for the 677,775 emails it says it will soon send to affected users. (credit: Warner Bros. / Sam Machkovech) On Friday, Twitter took an end-of-the-week opportunity to dump some better-late-than-never ...

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By: Petrana Radulovic

Ever wondered just how your television works?  YouTube channel The Slow Mo Guys, aptly named for their slow motion videos, explains the miracle of television and shows step-by-step how images appear on screens.  Instead of watching moving...

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By: Mark Kaufman

The U.S. government may shutdown at midnight on Friday, but this will likely have little to no effect on the nation's all-important cybersecurity activities. In fact, if the Congress fails to fund the government and it shuts down — which it...

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By: Carlos Cadorniga

Heads up: All products featured here are selected by Mashable's commerce team and meet our rigorous standards for awesomeness. If you buy something, Mashable may earn an affiliate commission. People on Amazon seem to be crazy about these wireless...

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By: Alex Humphreys

The 'Kair Bath Visor' is a baby bath visor that uses an air-filled cushion to adjust to the shape of any head in order to stop the soap and water from passing through. Read more...More about Mashable Video, Kids, Bath, Parents, and Baby

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By: Dymond Green

'Beltbox' is a portable vocal dampener for singers. Put it over your mouth to quiet your warm-up sounds to avoid disturbing others. It also comes with a strap for handsfree use. The mask can reportedly quiet vocals up to 30dB.  Read more...More ...

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By: Jack Morse

Things aren't looking so hot for approximately 40,000 OnePlus customers. And no, not because they'll probably have to wait until June to upgrade to the OnePlus 6.  It turns out that the company's website was hacked, and in the process credit...

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Arstechnica
By: Ron Amadeo

Enlarge / If you bought directly from OnePlus in the last two months or so, double-check your credit statements. Earlier this week, numerous reports of credit card fraud started pouring in from OnePlus users. On the company's forums, customers...

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By: Studios Editor2

'Placeon' is the stylish sleek belt clip that will make all your beeper-related dreams come true. Throwing it back to the '90s, this sick hook is even cooler and more sturdy than an old fashion belt clipFinally, a perfect gift for dads! Read...

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By: Kerry Flynn

Facebook announced on Friday that news isn't disappearing from your News Feed, but the social network is placing quite the heavy hand on what it decides to show you. SEE ALSO: Facebook became your news diet. Now, it's going to serve you junk. The...

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Last week Mark Zuckerberg kicked off his year of making sure your time on Facebook is "well spent" by announcing that feeds will refocus on items shared by friends, instead of news. Today the CEO followed up with an announcement that the...

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TheVerge
By: Chaim Gartenberg

Today, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced the second part of the company’s plan to fix the News Feed, and it includes improving the quality and trustworthiness of news sources by surveying the social network’s community. The system will...

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Fast Company
By: Daniel Terdiman

Facebook really, really wants people to stop thinking of it as a forum for the spread of fake news. So it’s been making changes, like those earlier this month to the News Feed algorithms that will prioritize posts from friends and family and...

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Tech Crunch
By: Megan Rose Dickey

 Facebook is gearing up to prioritize news content by publishers a group of Facebook users have deemed trustworthy. Facebook Head of News Feed Adam Mosseri said the company surveyed “a diverse and representative sample” of...

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Cnet
By: Lynn La

In an effort to curb "sensationalism, misinformation and polarization," Facebook's CEO says company will prioritize news from "trustworthy" publishers.

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Facebook plans to start ranking news sources in its feed based on user evaluations of credibility, a major step in its effort to fight false and sensationalist information that will also push the company further into a role it has long sought to...

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By: Leah Stodart

Heads up: All products featured here are selected by Mashable's commerce team and meet our rigorous standards for awesomeness. If you buy something, Mashable may earn an affiliate commission. In the world of tech, full stack developers tend to sit...

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By: Karissa Bell

Amazon's Alexa app is about to get a lot more useful. That's because the company is finally bringing the full powers of its assistant to the Alexa smartphone app.  SEE ALSO: Your bathroom could soon be a 'smart bathroom' thanks to Kohler Until...

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Phandroid
By: Joe Fedewa

An update is rolling out soon to the Alexa app that turns it into a full-fledged voice assistant. In other words, Alexa is finally in the Alexa app.

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By: Carlos Cadorniga

Heads up: All products featured here are selected by Mashable's commerce team and meet our rigorous standards for awesomeness. If you buy something, Mashable may earn an affiliate commission. So you dropped a ton of cash on a 3D printer. Now it's...

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By: Rachel Kraus

Wow, Donald Trump might have just become the most anti-life President of all time... because he seems to be against, um, childbirth itself. While speaking at the "March for Life" anti-abortion rally at the National Mall on Friday, Trump said, "right ...

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By: Kerry Flynn

Patreon, the crowdfunding site popular with vloggers, podcasters, and other content creators, is updating its Trust and Safety department with better tools and more human moderators, making it easier to report inappropriate content. The decision...

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By: Elizabeth Ames

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: Mark Kaufman

Hackers continue to successfully dupe people into clicking on shady (though carefully disguised) links, thereby gaining access to the text messages, Facebook accounts, and e-mails on both computers and phones.  A new in-depth cybersecurity...

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By: Leah Stodart

Heads up: All products featured here are selected by Mashable's commerce team and meet our rigorous standards for awesomeness. If you buy something, Mashable may earn an affiliate commission. These days, the thought seems to be "if it's not...

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By: Marcus Gilmer

Tech companies, once a shining beacon of American innovation and optimism about the future of technology, have endured a brutal run of press in the past couple years.  Not that it's making much of a difference, at least in the business...

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Inc
By: Charles Edge

Here are some actionable tips to help you maximize the impact of PR as a business owner.

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Inc
By: Monica Zent

4 Ways Facebook Ads Can Boost Your Small Business

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By: Carlos Cadorniga

Heads up: All products featured here are selected by Mashable's commerce team and meet our rigorous standards for awesomeness. If you buy something, Mashable may earn an affiliate commission. Get rid of bottles and all that processed junk by making...

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By: Nikolay Nikolov

Two swimmers were stranded in rough waters off the coast of Lennox Head, New South Wales in Australia. Lifeguards piloted a drone to the swimmers and used it to release a floatation device. Both swimmers reached the shore unharmed.  Read...

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By: Raymond Wong

Samsung's not the only one reportedly working on a foldable phone. LG might be developing one, too. GSMInfo (via The Verge) has discovered an patent with illustrations that hint at what the Korean electronics giant's foldable phone might look...

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By: Raymond Wong

In case it wasn't already really clear, Apple is really, really sorry about slowing down old iPhones with creaky batteries, and it's taking steps — ALL the steps — to make things right. Upset iPhone owners can already get a new battery...

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By: Carlos Cadorniga

Heads up: All products featured here are selected by Mashable's commerce team and meet our rigorous standards for awesomeness. If you buy something, Mashable may earn an affiliate commission. If you're struggling to keep warm this winter and your...

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By: Carlos Cadorniga

Heads up: All products featured here are selected by Mashable's commerce team and meet our rigorous standards for awesomeness. If you buy something, Mashable may earn an affiliate commission. If you're looking to finally be a part of the wireless...

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By: Sam Haysom

It's almost 11pm in Australia, but Guy Pearce is full of energy. He's talking about robots. The star of Memento and L.A. Confidential has just been in a film called Donny the Drone — a post-apocalyptic short in which an initially...

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By: Shannon Connellan

Read more... {"player":{"description":"It took just 70 seconds to drop inflatable flotation devices....

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The New York Times
By: ISABELLA KWAI

Lifeguards at a beach in New South Wales were testing a new drone when swimmers in distress were spotted and then saved.

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By: Leah Stodart

Heads up: All products featured here are selected by Mashable's commerce team and meet our rigorous standards for awesomeness. If you buy something, Mashable may earn an affiliate commission. This one's for you, gamers. As you've probably seen...

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By: Chris Taylor

It's just over a month since the GOP-controlled Federal Communications Commission voted to gut its net neutrality rules. But if Donald Trump and his hand-picked FCC Chief Ajit Pai thought they'd settled the matter, it's now becoming clear that what...

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By: Ray White

'Clean Step' shrink wraps your shoes so you don't dirty up your floors. Ever. Read more...More about Technology, Shoes, Innovation, Floor, and Sanitation

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By: Matt Kline

Cybersecurity is one of the fastest growing industries today, and it's also one of the fastest moving. Cyber expert Anil Markose explains that if you're not staying ahead, then you're falling behind. Read more...More about Tech, Mashable Video,...

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By: Studios Editor2

People with small hands might love this phone. It's as small as it gets. It only works on 2G- but it's pretty cuteMore here. Read more...More about Mobile, Mobile Phone, Real Time, Real Time Video, and Real Time

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By: Damon Beres

What is the Facebook News Feed for?  In 2018, the answer is less certain than ever. Mark Zuckerberg now says it should be "good for people," like kale, polio vaccines, or any number of things that aren't data-harvesting, Russian...

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Fast Company
By: Daniel Terdiman

African-American- and Hispanic-owned small businesses get the most benefit out of Facebook, a new study concludes, even as the company’s recent changes to News Feed seem likely to make it harder for such operations to drum up customers....

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By: Kerry Flynn

In May 2015, Snapchat cofounder Evan Spiegel sat onstage at a tech event and said his app was "approaching" 100 million daily active users in developed markets.  He was wrong — or, well, he exaggerated. In June 2015, Snapchat averaged 89...

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By: Leah Stodart

Heads up: All products featured here are selected by Mashable's commerce team and meet our rigorous standards for awesomeness. If you buy something, Mashable may earn an affiliate commission. Now that Jack Frost season is in full force, going...

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By: Kerry Flynn

Fiona the hippo has a TV show. You won't find it on Animal Planet, and don't bother searching for it on Netflix. The seven-episode (plus a Christmas special) series is one of the most popular series on Facebook Watch.  What is Facebook Watch?...

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By: Emily Heller

Heads up: All products featured here are selected by Mashable's commerce team and meet our rigorous standards for awesomeness. If you buy something, Mashable may earn an affiliate commission. You've memorized your favorite Instagram filter (thank...

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By: Carlos Cadorniga

Heads up: All products featured here are selected by Mashable's commerce team and meet our rigorous standards for awesomeness. If you buy something, Mashable may earn an affiliate commission. Whether you want to spice up movie night or give the...

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By: Foster Kamer

Twitter sucks. Twitter was once great. It was exciting and weird and small and capable of aiding and abetting literal revolutions. And now, people are leaving Twitter In favor of safer spaces — not just away from people who completely disagree ...

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By: Leah Stodart

Heads up: All products featured here are selected by Mashable's commerce team and meet our rigorous standards for awesomeness. If you buy something, Mashable may earn an affiliate commission. There are very few words in the English language more...

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By: Karissa Bell

For serious football fans, there's no more prized (or pricey) ticket than the Super Bowl. But that ticket also often comes with a lot of the unknowns that accompany traveling to a massive event in an unfamiliar stadium and city. StubHub thinks the...

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By: Mark Kaufman

BMW plans to produce a futuristic electric vehicle with a whopping 435 miles of range. That's enough to drive from Los Angeles to Phoenix and still have 60 miles to spare.  Tesla's current vehicles, the high-speed luxury Model S and the more...

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By: Mashable Team

Read more...More about Iphone, Android, Mashable Reels, Sn Reels, and Tech

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Gibbs Amphibians is developing a series of multi-terrain vehicles that are able to traverse both land and water. The company has been active in the field of high-speed amphibious vehicles since 1994, having developed proprietary technology which...

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By: Carlos Cadorniga

Heads up: All products featured here are selected by Mashable's commerce team and meet our rigorous standards for awesomeness. If you buy something, Mashable may earn an affiliate commission. If you're trying to jump on the wireless headphone...

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By: Dymond Green

'Lanmodo' is a wireless automatic car tent. The tent is held into place with powerful suction and automatically expands with the click of a button. It can reportedly withstand winds up to 30 mph. It also transforms into a beach umbrella and camping...