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Crypto startup Dfinity is proving a point with LinkedUp, an open version of LinkedIn

Crypto startup Dfinity is proving a point with LinkedUp, an open version of LinkedIn

Dfinity, a crypto-startup that caught headlines with its massive valuation even before launch, is showcasing an open social network called LinkedUp. 

LinkedUp is running on Dfinity's platform, which the company calls the Internet Computer. Instead of being hosted on a proprietary platform like Amazon AWS, it's hosted in a more decentralized manner (more on that later). And unlike LinkedIn, which is owned by Microsoft, LinkedUp is "not owned or controlled by a corporate entity," Dfinity claims. 

This announcement comes at a time when there's increased scrutiny on social networks with regard to user privacy. Facebook is the most egregious example, given its many privacy violations, for which it was ultimately fined $5 billion in July 2019. The prospect of a social network that can't mess with your data or betray your privacy (without anyone knowing it) is enticing.  Read more...

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Posted on 23 January 2020 | 10:30 am

20 cool car gadgets that will totally change the way you drive

20 cool car gadgets that will totally change the way you drive

Whether you are preparing for a road trip, looking for ways to enhance your commute, plan on driving for Uber, or simply want to get the most out of your car in 2020, we've got just the upgrades you need. 

These products can help keep your car fresh, charge your gadgets, assist you in emergency situations, and just make your life easier on the road.

Do yourself a favor and help ensure a safer, more convenient, and more comfortable experience behind the wheel. And save some money in the process by shopping these 20 deals on auto accessories below. Read more...

1A license plate frame that acts as an HD backup camera

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Posted on 23 January 2020 | 10:00 am

Twitter is bringing Tapbacks to direct messages

Twitter is bringing Tapbacks to direct messages

I regret to inform you that Tapbacks have come to Twitter DMs. That's right: The worst part of texting is now in your Twitter inbox, too. 

It looks like Twitter is calling it "reactions," but the new feature, which is starting to roll out to Twitter users now, essentially works the same way as iMessage's infamous Tapbacks. Instead of responding to a DM with, you know, words, you can append an emoji "reaction" to the message.  

The official @Twitter account teased the feature as it started to roll out, sharing the string of emoji that will be available once the feature is live. 

sliding into your DMs like 😂 😲 😢 ❤️ 🔥 👍 👎

— Twitter (@Twitter) January 22, 2020 Read more...

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Posted on 23 January 2020 | 1:48 am

Trump says society needs to 'cherish' and 'protect' Elon Musk

Trump says society needs to 'cherish' and 'protect' Elon Musk

Society must come together to "protect" and "cherish" Tesla CEO Elon Musk like the walking Fabergé egg that he is. 

So insisted Donald Trump today during a freewheeling CNBC interview that covered everything from Trump's best bud Tim Apple to how he's pretty sure Zuckerberg wants to run for president. But it was Trump's almost fatherly desire to coddle the Tesla CEO that perhaps most stood out. 

"I was worried about [Musk] because he's one of our great geniuses and we have to protect our geniuses," Trump told interviewer Joe Kernen. "And we have to protect Thomas Edison, we have to protect all of these people that came up with originally the lightbulb, and the wheel, and all of these things." Read more...

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Posted on 23 January 2020 | 1:43 am

Samsung's new foldable phone already sounds way better than the Galaxy Fold

Samsung's new foldable phone already sounds way better than the Galaxy Fold

We're still a few weeks away from Samsung officially unveiling its new foldable phone, but it's already sounding like it will be a significant improvement over the Galaxy Fold. At least, if the latest rumors are any indication. 

While we've already heard that the phone, which will reportedly be called the Galaxy Z Flip, will have a clamshell design, we now know a bit more about how that folding screen will work. 

The new details come from XDA Developers' Max Weinbach who reports the Z Flip will have the ability to "lock" at a 90-degree angle, which allows the bottom half of the phone to act as a kickstand. Apps, including the phone's camera, will be able to take advantage of this orientation, which sounds particularly useful for video calls or watching short videos. Weinbach also says the Flip will reprise another notable feature from the original flip phone era: ending phone calls by folding it closed.  Read more...

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Posted on 23 January 2020 | 1:27 am

This smart mug supposedly keeps your coffee the perfect temperature — Future Blink

This smart mug supposedly keeps your coffee the perfect temperature — Future Blink

Created by Ember, the Travel Mug 2 is meant for any and all coffee lovers. Read more...

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Posted on 22 January 2020 | 9:29 pm

Watch this interactive wall art react to your touch — Future Blink

Watch this interactive wall art react to your touch — Future Blink

Created by Nanoleaf, Canvas is a series of touch interactive light squares. Read more...

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Posted on 22 January 2020 | 9:17 pm

Mic on Bezos' hacked phone possibly compromised for months

Mic on Bezos' hacked phone possibly compromised for months

What secrets does Jeff Bezos spill behind closed doors?

The Amazon CEO and owner of the Washington Post meets with industry heads, politicians, and regulatory officials as a matter of course. And, as a forensic analysis of Bezos' hacked phone obtained by Motherboard shows, there's a possibility the Saudi government was listening in on those very conversations for months. 

The report, by cybersecurity firm FTI Consulting, details how and why investigators hired by the CEO came to believe his iPhone was hacked by the Saudi government. It also, however, notes the extent to which Bezos' phone was completely owned. Read more...

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Posted on 22 January 2020 | 9:15 pm

Apple may unveil a new, cheaper iPhone as early as March

Apple may unveil a new, cheaper iPhone as early as March

The rumored phone would have a 4.7 inch screen and home button, looking a lot like an iPhone 8. Read more...

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Posted on 22 January 2020 | 9:14 pm

Best cheap robot vacuums: 7 options for less than $200

Best cheap robot vacuums: 7 options for less than $200

Robot vacuums can get pretty pricey, with some of the more advanced options running upwards of $1,000. If you don't need all the bells and whistles — like smart home mapping, mobile app integrations, and self-emptying canisters — then you don't have to spend that much money. There are cheaper robot vacuums out there, and the top ones will get the job done well.

Inexpensive options typically don't have smartphone app integration and all of the controls are done with a remote. You're usually able to set a timed schedule with the remote or set it to go off in the moment, so you do have some sort of control aside from just pressing a button on the vacuum itself. Remotes often act as a steering device, allowing you to operate the robot vacuum like an RC car. Read more...

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BEST FOR THE ROBOT VACUUM SKEPTIC

Aiibot T288

The Aiibot is great for someone who is interested in robot vacuums but doesn't want to drop a ton of money.

$129.99 from Walmart
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BEST FOR SUPPLEMENTAL CLEANING

ILIFE V3s Pro

While this isn't powerful enough to completely replace a traditional vacuum, it does help with daily cleaning.

$159.99 from Amazon
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BEST FOR A QUIET CLEAN

Coredy R300

Keeps pretty quiet during day-to-day floor maintenance.

$165.99 from Amazon
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OUR TOP PICK

Ecovacs Deebot N79S

This is a starter model with some advanced features from a high-quality brand and the absolute best option on this list.

$169 from Amazon
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BEST FOR CARPET

Goovi D380

A main brush roll makes this vacuum good on carpet and hair, a rarity at this price point.

$189.99 from Amazon
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BEST FOR SPOT AND EDGE CLEANING

Amarey A800 robot vacuum cleaner

For its price, this vacuum can handle hair and other messes decently well.

$199.99 from Amazon
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BEST FOR COVERING THE WHOLE HOUSE

Diggro D600

A great option thanks to its main brush roll that can actually handle hair and zig zag pattern that mimics the way you'd vacuum manually.

$199.99 from Walmart

Posted on 22 January 2020 | 9:09 pm

Jeff Bezos tweets reminder that Saudi government murdered a journalist

Jeff Bezos tweets reminder that Saudi government murdered a journalist

Jeff Bezos has some thoughts for the Saudi government.

Following yesterday's bombshell report that the Amazon CEO's phone was likely hacked at the direction of the crown prince of Saudi Arabia, Mohammed bin Salman (MBS), Bezos took a moment to remind the world that the same government murdered and dismembered journalist Jamal Khashoggi. And Bezos did so over Twitter

Bezos shared a photo of himself, with the hashtag #Jamal, commemorating the one-year anniversary of Khashoggi's death. The photo, taken on Oct. 2, 2019, in front of the Saudi embassy in Turkey where Khashoggi was tortured and killed, shows Bezos next to Khashoggi's former fiancé, Hatice Cengiz.  Read more...

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Posted on 22 January 2020 | 7:43 pm

B&W PX7 review: Near-perfect wireless headphones

B&W PX7 review: Near-perfect wireless headphones

B&W PX7
$399
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The Good
Fantastic sound • Comfortable • Great set of features
The Bad
Minor design issues • Pricey
The Bottom Line
The Bowers & Wilkins PX7 are fantastic wireless headphones, with excellent sound and a great feature set.
⚡ Mashable Score 4.5
😎 Cool Factor 4.0
📘Learning Curve 4.0
💪Performance 5.0
💵Bang for the Buck 4.0

A little over two years ago, hi-fi company B&W launched its first-ever set of wireless, noise-cancelling headphones, the PX. They sounded great and had a lot of nice features, but they weren't very comfortable.  Read more...

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Posted on 22 January 2020 | 7:37 pm

Jeff Bezos reportedly hacked by Saudi crown prince over WhatsApp

Jeff Bezos reportedly hacked by Saudi crown prince over WhatsApp

Bezos and the prince of Saudi Arabia were messaging back and forth on Facebook-owned WhatsApp in 2018 when the former received a video file from the latter's WhatsApp account.  Read more...

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Posted on 22 January 2020 | 6:20 pm

Your medical marijuana info may have leaked in this major dispensary breach

Your medical marijuana info may have leaked in this major dispensary breach

Tens of thousands of cannabis users’ personal data has been exposed, including information belonging to medical marijuana patients, due to a breach of a sales system used throughout the industry.

Internet privacy researchers at vpnMentor discovered the data breach in THSuite, a cannabis point-of-sales system. The exposed data was discovered in a completely unsecured and unencrypted Amazon S3 bucket owned by the company. 

The data was first discovered on Christmas Eve of 2019. vpnMentor’s researchers, led by Noam Rotem and Ran Locar, contacted THSuite soon after. The exposed database was finally closed on Jan. 14 of this year. Read more...

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Posted on 22 January 2020 | 5:43 pm

Jeff Bezos' DMs hint Saudi crown prince knew private info from hack, report says

Jeff Bezos' DMs hint Saudi crown prince knew private info from hack, report says

It sure looks like Saudi crown prince Mohammed bin Salman spent some time poking around Jeff Bezos' private business after the Amazon CEO's phone was reportedly hacked.   

According to the New York Times, investigators have pieced together a timeline and determined that, after the hack, the Saudis learned about Bezos' private affair with Lauren Sanchez. 

In the spring of 2018, about a month after first meeting bin Salman at a dinner in Los Angeles and exchanging numbers with him, Bezos received a video from bin Salman's number on WhatsApp that featured "an image of Saudi and Swedish flags overlaid with Arabic text." After that, investigators note, "the amount of data exiting his phone increased almost three hundredfold." Read more...

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Posted on 22 January 2020 | 5:42 pm

How Britain's new child privacy protections will impact the internet

How Britain's new child privacy protections will impact the internet

A massive crackdown on how tech and social media companies use children's data is underway in the UK.

Over the next 12 months, everyone from YouTube to Spotify will legally have to conform to a set of 15 "standards" laid out in the catchily-named guide, "Age appropriate design: a code of practice for online services," released on Wednesday by the UK's Information Commissioner's Office.

If they don't make the necessary changes – which are aimed at anyone under the age of 18 – the companies risk regulatory action.

"The code is a set of 15 flexible standards — they do not ban or specifically prescribe — that provides built-in protection to allow children to explore, learn and play online by ensuring that the best interests of the child are the primary consideration when designing and developing online services," Information Commissioner Elizabeth Denham said in a statement. Read more...

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Posted on 22 January 2020 | 4:37 pm

Get reliability — and up to $220 off — when you buy an HP laptop

Get reliability — and up to $220 off — when you buy an HP laptop

TL;DR: Master the art of multi-tasking with the help of an HP laptop for up to $220 off at Walmart. 


You don't have to break the bank and spend $1,000 to get a laptop that's actually reliable. Companies like HP seem to understand that you're constantly on the go and need something that won't break down while using it for the fifth time on your commute. 

Luckily, Walmart is having a few rollbacks on HP laptops that can get you their Intel Core i5 processor for up to $220 off.  

Check out all the HP deals below and other laptop/tablet sales here.

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Posted on 22 January 2020 | 4:10 pm

Get your home looking spotless in time for your big game party

Get your home looking spotless in time for your big game party

TL;DR: Reliable Eufy robot and stick vacuums are up to 38% off, saving you up to $120.


Whether February entails company over for the big game or a hot date over for Valentine's Day, you want to make sure your house is clean. The easiest way to get a clean home (meaning the least amount of work for you) is a robot vacuum

You can just set a robot vacuum on its way and it does the cleaning while you do something more valuable with your time. Like prepping your dips for the game or cooking a romantic dinner for your significant other, perhaps.

Eufy currently has a couple robot vacuums and a stick vacuum on sale as one of Amazon's deals of the day. Read more...

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Posted on 22 January 2020 | 3:56 pm

Prepare for the 2020 CompTIA tests with this online course sale

Prepare for the 2020 CompTIA tests with this online course sale

TL;DR: Get ready for the CompTIA certification exams with The Complete 2020 CompTIA Certification Training Bundle for $89, a 79% savings. 


Businesses of all shapes and sizes and spanning virtually every industry are hustling to hire talented and well-trained IT professionals who can not only install complex networking systems, but also repair and maintain them. And they're paying these pros generously for their services.

To be considered for these positions, you'll need to pass the CompTIA certification exams. About 96% of HR managers use these certifications as screening or hiring criteria during recruitment. These exams basically ensure your skills are a match for whatever IT future lies ahead. But fair warning: they're no walk in the park. Read more...

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Posted on 22 January 2020 | 3:26 pm

Motorola's foldable Razr is finally going on sale

Motorola's foldable Razr is finally going on sale

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Posted on 22 January 2020 | 2:00 pm

This fleet of robots is incredibly efficient at parking and stacking cars in a busy airport

This fleet of robots is incredibly efficient at parking and stacking cars in a busy airport

Stanley Robotics has been developing autonomous fleets of robots that can stack and park cars since 2015.

Today, they're helping Lyon airport offer a new and more efficient way to drop off and pick up vehicles.  Read more...

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Posted on 22 January 2020 | 1:55 pm

Experience something new with this Philips TV

Experience something new with this Philips TV

TL;DR: The Philips 43-inch 4K UHD smart TV is on sale for £400 on Amazon, saving you 53% on list price.


It's rare to see a brand offering something genuinely unique. Nowadays, if there is a new technology floating around, it won't be long until every brand is using it.

Philips and its Ambilight technology seems to be the exception to this rule, as we don't see many (if any) other brands using anything similar. Ambilight is based on intelligent LEDs that cast on-screen colours onto your walls in real time. The idea is that your screen will seem bigger and every moment will feel closer.

SEE ALSO: The best streaming sites to watch films and TV online in the UK Read more...

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Posted on 22 January 2020 | 12:04 pm

This Photoshop masterclass is completely free with this code

This Photoshop masterclass is completely free with this code

TL;DR: The Photoshop CC 2020 MasterClass is free with the code VERYLIMITED, saving you £199.99 on list price.


We like free stuff. You like free stuff. Everyone likes free stuff. 

The one problem with freebies is that they don't come along very often, so we like to make a bit of noise when they do. You can now sign up to the Photoshop CC 2020 MasterClass for free with the code VERYLIMITED.

SEE ALSO: 8 of the best online courses for personal development

This online course covers almost all of Adobe Photoshop's applications in a detailed, creative, and practical way. It includes 12.5 hours on-demand video, one article, four downloadable resources, and much more. You even get full lifetime access and a certificate of completion. Read more...

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Posted on 22 January 2020 | 11:53 am

Simba has dropped a massive winter sale

Simba has dropped a massive winter sale

TL;DR: Simba has launched its Winter Sale, with savings of up to 40% on the list price of bundles.


It might be a quiet time for deals on the whole, but there are still big sales dropping every day. The latest shopping event to save everyone from this deal famine is the Simba Winter Sale.

You can now save up to 40% on bundles in the Simba Sale, which adds up to a potential discount of over £500. The bundles on offer include different combinations of Simba's best-selling products, like the popular hybrid mattress range.

SEE ALSO: 8 of the best pillows in the UK

Simba offers a bunch of incentives to buy, like free delivery to most of the country, a 100-night free-trial, and a 10-year guarantee. This is sort of thing that gives you that extra little push towards a purchase, as you know you can back out if things don't work out. Read more...

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Posted on 22 January 2020 | 10:45 am

ProtonVPN sets out to be a truly transparent provider

ProtonVPN sets out to be a truly transparent provider

TL;DR: A one-year subscription to ProtonVPN is on sale for £3.40 per month, saving you 20% on list price.


VPNs often offer loads on little incentives to persuade you to sign up, like servers for streaming and apps for specific browsers. Whilst this is nice, a VPN is worth nothing if the trust isn't there.

ProtonVPN has set out to be a truly transparent and accountable provider by releasing its source code on all platforms and conducting an independent security audit. ProtonVPN is the only provider that has taken these steps.


Best VPN deals this week

  • Mashable exclusive: PureVPN — 73% off a two-year plan (£2.24 per month from £8.34 per month)

  • CyberGhost VPN — 80% off a three-year plan plus two months for free

  • ZenMate VPN — 84% off a three-year plan (£1.44 per month)

  • NordVPN — 70% off a three-year plan (£2.68 per month from £9.20 per month) 


SEE ALSO: 6 of the best VPNs for staying anonymous in the UK Read more...

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Posted on 22 January 2020 | 10:07 am

WhatsApp finally launches dark mode, but only in beta

WhatsApp finally launches dark mode, but only in beta

Among the most popular mobile apps, WhatsApp is one of the few that still hasn't embraced dark mode. 

This is bound to change soon, though, as the dark mode setting has appeared in the latest beta version of the WhatsApp app for Android (via Android Authority). 

The option is precisely what you'd expect, giving you a choice between a light or dark theme (you can also choose to conform to the system default theme). If you go dark, the app's backgrounds will turn darker, but don't expect a totally black look; instead, you'll get various shades of dark gray. 

You can find the option under Settings - Chats - Theme.  Read more...

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Posted on 22 January 2020 | 9:40 am

Cruise Origin reimagines the driverless car as a spacious box made for ride-sharing

Cruise Origin reimagines the driverless car as a spacious box made for ride-sharing

While everyone is stuck in traffic, trapped in the driver seat, banging their head against the steering wheel during the frustrating evening commute, autonomous vehicle company Cruise envisions a serene, shared, comfortable experience for riders in its new robo-taxi vehicle. Some yoga maybe? 

The Cruise Origin is the brainchild of Cruise, its parent company General Motors, and investor-partner Honda. It's an all-electric six-seater box of a car with no steering wheel, pedals, or any of the usual driver seat buttons and knobs. It's actually really hard to tell which side is the front without the steering wheel. Screens inside the car inform passengers what's going on and who is getting picked up and dropped off. Read more...

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Posted on 22 January 2020 | 3:31 am

Report: Apple to unveil new, cheaper iPhone 'as early as March'

Report: Apple to unveil new, cheaper iPhone 'as early as March'

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Posted on 22 January 2020 | 2:05 am

Jeff Bezos reportedly hacked directly by Saudi crown prince over WhatsApp

Jeff Bezos reportedly hacked directly by Saudi crown prince over WhatsApp

Life is full of grand mysteries. For instance, how did Jeff Bezos' dick pics end up in the hands of the National Enquirer? Sometimes, life is kind enough to provide an answer.  

Or so it would seem today, with the Guardian reporting that the Amazon CEO's phone was likely hacked by the crown prince of Saudi Arabia, Mohammed bin Salman. Yes, that's right, the sexting scandal that birthed the term "complexifier" and the phrase "I love you, alive girl" allegedly all began as a state-sponsored hacking campaign. 

For those who managed to prevent the entire ordeal from taking up any of their limited brain space, the National Enquirer's supposed attempt to extort Bezos backfired massively when the CEO wrote a Feb. 7, 2019 Medium post airing it all. That "all" in question included a vast number of text messages between Bezos and his then mistress, as well as a "below the belt selfie — otherwise colloquially known as a "d*ck pick." Read more...

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Posted on 21 January 2020 | 10:46 pm

Your California Uber ride price could soon be set by drivers

Your California Uber ride price could soon be set by drivers

A new California law is changing up how much your future Uber ride might cost.

Employee classification rules for gig workers in California, known as AB5, are forcing companies like Uber to give drivers more control over certain parts of the job. Earlier this month, Uber added a favorite driver feature and price estimates instead of upfront pricing. Now, a test scheme is taking shape to let drivers set the price of your ride.

In a statement, an Uber spokesperson said, "Since AB5 has gone into effect, we’ve made a number of product changes to preserve flexible work for tens of thousands of California drivers. We’re now doing an initial test of additional changes which would give drivers more control over the rates they charge riders.” Read more...

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Posted on 21 January 2020 | 10:26 pm