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Could you survive 'Back to the Future'? This video investigates.

The world just cannot resist giving sci-fi movies the science treatment. No matter how "fi" the "sci" is in "sci-fi," there will always be a devil's advocate ready and waiting with the facts. Mark it down as a law of physics. Jake Roper, aka Vsauce3 on YouTube, is our devil's advocate this ... Reported by Mashable

Russian accounts target U.S. voters on Instagram ahead of 2020 election: Facebook

A network of Instagram accounts operated from Russia has targeted Americans with divisive political messages ahead of next year's U.S. presidential election, with operators posing as people within the United States, Facebook said on Monday. Reported by Reuters

Facebook announces new steps to clamp down on misinformation ahead of 2020 election

Facebook announced new steps to combat misinformation and voter suppression on Monday ahead of the November 2020 U.S. presidential election, on the same day it disclosed the removal of a network of Russian accounts targeting U.S. voters on Instagram. Reported by Reuters

Millie Bobby Brown is eyeing a music career

The Stranger Things star plans to leap into the industry after her sixteenth birthday. Read more... More about Mashable Video, Stranger Things, Millie Bobby Brown, Entertainment, and Celebrities Reported by Mashable

DISH Network Moving Forward With 5G Plans

DISH Network has announced another Request for Proposal (RFP) as it prepares to build the nation’s first standalone 5G network. RFPs are a standard part of the process of building out a new network and this is the third RFP DISH has requested. The Deployment Services RFP, for end-to-end ... Reported by WebProNews

Mercedes-Benz app shared users' private information

One affected driver was even able to call another driver and warn them that their information was online. Read more... More about Cars, Mashable Video, Data Privacy, Tech, and Cybersecurity Reported by Mashable

PrinCube is the world's smallest mobile color printer — Future Blink

The handheld device, made by TheGodThings, allows you to do inkjet printing on almost any surface. Read more... More about Mashable Video, Printer, Consumer Tech, Future Blink, and Tech Reported by Mashable

Meghan Markle opens up about being a mother in the spotlight

The American-born Dutchess spoke to the press about the pressures she has been under. Read more... More about Mashable Video, Royal Family, Meghan Markle, Culture, and Politics Reported by Mashable

'Watchmen': Everything you need to know from the comic after Episode 1

HBO's Watchmen has finally premiered, and those of you who have never read the comic probably have some questions. This isn't a Game of Thrones situation. Where the earlier show started out as a trimmed-down adaptation of existing books, Watchmen is more like a sequel. It follows a new cast ... Reported by Mashable

Russian trolls on Instagram focus on Joe Biden

As the 2020 election heats up, so, too, do the trolling and interference efforts. And we already know one of the biggest targets so far: former Vice President Joe Biden.  The information comes as Facebook announced on Monday that it removed dozens of accounts and pages in response ... Reported by Mashable

'El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie' nabbed 6.5 million views in three days

Audiences flocked to the return of Jesse Pinkman, streaming the movie millions of times in its first weekend on Netflix. Read more... More about Netflix, Mashable Video, Breaking Bad, Entertainment, and Movies Tv Shows Reported by Mashable

Instagram adds 'false information' labels to prevent fake news from going viral

Facebook says it's getting more serious about preventing false information from going viral on Instagram. The app will add "false information" labels that obscure posts that have been debunked by Facebook's fact checkers, the company announced. The labels, which will roll out over the next ... Reported by Mashable

Facebook will ban ads that discourage people from voting

Lying in Facebook political ads is ok — as long as the lie isn't infringing on people's right to cast their vote. During a conference call Monday in which Facebook detailed its latest efforts to bolster election integrity and stop the spread of misinformation, Mark Zuckerberg announced ... Reported by Mashable

Facebook offers special protections for election-related accounts

Facebook wants to protect elected officials from the dangers of Facebook.  On Monday, the social media giant announce a new service designed to further secure Facebook accounts affiliated with election campaigns. Dubbed Facebook Protect, the program hopes to help current or would-be elected ... Reported by Mashable

Best TV deals this week: Save on Samsung, LG, and more

There is too much to watch on TV right now. Keeping up with fall series like American Horror Story is hard enough. Throw holiday movies in there (you're lying if you haven't put a corny Hallmark movie on for background noise) and you find yourself turning down plans once again to stay on the ... Reported by Mashable

Netflix's 'The King' will test even the most patient of Timothée Chalamet fans

David Michôd's The King moves like it's got the weight of the world on its shoulders, and in a way it does.  Adapted from William Shakespeare's "Henriad," which was adapted from actual history, the film chronicles the early reign of King Henry V (Timothée Chalamet), during which he faces ... Reported by Mashable

Avast target of cyber-security attack, company and Czech counterintelligence say

Czech-based Avast and Czech counterintelligence service BIS said on Monday they had detected a network attack on the cyber-security company which the BIS suspected of originating in China. Reported by Reuters

'Pierre Delecto' Mitt Romney admits Twitter alter ego

Republican Senator Mitt Romney has admitted to using a secret Twitter account under the pseudonym "Pierre Delecto" to follow politicians, journalists and fan accounts for himself, Slate Magazine reported. Reported by Reuters

The iPhone Pro 11’s 4k 60fps recording gives it a leg-up on the Pixel 4

These days cameras have become the de facto differentiation factor between phones. It’s hard to pinpoint exactly when this became the battleground for handset manufacturers, but we’re currently deep in an arms race for photography supremacy. But there’s one element of this scrap we rarely ... Reported by The Next Web

These 20 incredibly detailed, microscope photographs are quite the close-up

Microscopy lets us take a much, much closer look at the details we might never see with the naked eye, and some multi-talented scientists know how to work a camera and editing suite. Throw those elements together and you've got one heck of a photo competition. From a tiny turtle embryo that ... Reported by Mashable

Mitt Romney confirms 'Pierre Delecto' is his secret Twitter account

Mitt Romney is a hardcore lurker. Since July 2011, one month after the Republican senator of Utah announced his presidential run, Romney's been managing a second secret Twitter account. Per Slate's Ashley Feinberg, who uncovered the account after Romney dropped a few hints in an interview ... Reported by Mashable

This Herschel Supply Co. suitcase is on sale for up to 62% off at Amazon

*TL;DR:* The four-wheel Herschel Highland Large suitcase typically retails for $219.99, but you can get it on Amazon right now for as little as $83.24 (depending on the color). -------------------- If you're not shopping or stuffing your face over Thanksgiving weekend, chances ... Reported by Mashable

Creepiest Alexa and Google Assistant security fail yet

Because we don't have enough concerns about our digital privacy these days, it seems Amazon's Alexa and Google Home both gave thumbs up to apps that could be used to eavesdrop on users and phish for their passwords. As reported by Ars Technica, whitehat hackers at Germany's Security Research ... Reported by Mashable

Dark Mode on the iPhone can save massive amounts of battery life, test shows

If you're sick of hearing about dark mode on smartphone apps, I hear you. Now that both Android and iOS have the option to turn your interface darker, not a day goes by without this or that app adding support for dark mode.  But beyond aesthetics, there's a real-world reason to turn on dark ... Reported by Mashable

Prince Charles grows up in tense 'The Crown' Season 3 trailer

It feels impossible that we haven't seen a full trailer for The Crown Season 3 yet, but we haven't — and it's now finally here, and heavily features an adult Prince Charles (Josh O'Connor). Olivia Colman's first turn as Queen Elizabeth brings the story to the 1960s and '70s, facing financial ... Reported by Mashable

SAP in three-year cloud partnership with Microsoft

Business software group SAP said on Monday it had reached a three-year deal with Microsoft to help its large enterprise customers move their business processes into the cloud. Reported by Reuters

Critics gush over first look at the Disney+ Star Wars show, 'The Mandalorian'

Looks like Star Wars' first-ever live-action television series is going to be a slam dunk.  Critics caught a glimpse of Disney+'s The Mandalorian — due in November — at a Disney-hosted press event on Saturday, and they shared their initial reactions with fans via social ... Reported by Mashable


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