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Someone tried roasting Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez' wardrobe, and got meme'd

Another man tried delegitimizing Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, and ended up getting both brutally ratio'd and beautifully meme'd.Eddie Scarry, a media reporter for the Washington Examiner, tweeted a photo taken from behind the newly elected Democratic representative and wrote,

Cassette decks from Crosley take aim at tape-hoarding nostalgia-seekers

Crosley, makers of the "good enough" record players you see in Urban Outfitters and Target, have turned their retro novelty eye on the next obvious format: cassettes. These two new decks from the company have all the latest features from 1985, but also a handful of modern conveniences.

Overnight success now requires a little more time

Building a great consumer company is harder these days. Try anyway.

FCC approval of Europe’s Galileo satellite signals may give your phone’s GPS a boost

The FCC's space-focused meeting today had actions taken on SpaceX satellites and orbital debris reduction, but the decision most likely to affect users has to do with Galileo. No, not the astronomer — the global positioning satellite constellation put in place by the E.U. over the last few years.

Tesla acquires trucking companies to squeeze in more deliveries before Dec. 31

Tesla CEO Elon Musk tweeted Thursday that the electric automaker had acquired “trucking capacity,” a move aimed to boost deliveries of its Model 3 vehicles before the federal tax credit begins to wind down Dec. 31. Musk at first didn’t explain what “acquired trucking capacity” meant.

Black Friday 2018 Amazon deals: Shop sales on Fire tablets, Echo Spot, and more for Cyber Week

With Black Friday only a week away, Amazon isn't waiting for the shopping holiday to officially begin. The online retailer is throwing caution to the wind and announcing deals really early, so you can save on great products for the holidays. 

Uber joins Linux Foundation cementing commitment to open source tools

Uber announced today at the 2018 Uber Open Summit that it was joining the Linux Foundation as a Gold Member, making a firm commitment to using and contributing to open source tools.

Apple partners with A24, the studio behind ‘Moonlight’ and ‘Hereditary’

Apple has signed a multi-year agreement with A24, which will see the film studio producing multiple movies for Apple. Not much else is known about the deal yet — not the number of films, their genres or the talent involved. Still,

Google's Night Sight shooting mode for the Pixel 3 is mind-blowing

Holy moly, has Google just changed the smartphone camera game with the release of the Night Sight mode for its Pixel 3 and 3 XL phones.Announced at its October Pixel 3 launch event,

PlayStation is skipping E3 for the first time ever in 2019

PlayStation will not be making an appearance at the next E3.Sony Interactive Entertainment announced that PlayStation will not be attending the upcoming E3 show in 2019, Game Informer reported Thursday. Not only that,

Black Friday 2018 shopping tips: How to get the best deals on sales through Cyber Monday

Black Friday is (almost) here, with Cyber Monday right on its heels — and we are pretty pumped about it.Does "The Cyber Five" ring a bell? It's what people in the know (hey, that's us) call the five-day span of madness from Black Friday to Cyber Monday.

Facebook is creating an 'independent body' to review controversial content

Facebook spent much of Thursday attempting to quell the fire caused by the New York Times' report about executive inaction and politicking on Facebook's many crises over the past three years. 

See SpaceX blast a satellite into orbit, nail rocket landing on a drone ship

For the 18th time this year, SpaceX has successfully launched to space.After lifting off from NASA's Kennedy Space Center along the Florida coast at 3:46 p.m. on Thursday, SpaceX's Falcon 9 rocket delivered a communications satellite, Es’hail-2, into orbit for its latest customer,

Mark Zuckerberg: It's 'simply untrue' Facebook hindered Russia investigation

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has responded to many of the claims in a lengthy investigation from the New York Times, which claimed the social network's leaders were reluctant to address how Russia manipulated the social network to interfere with the 2016 election.

Helpful ways parents can use technology during their baby’s first year

Ad Content from AmazonThe first year of a baby’s life is filled with milestone moments: learning how to roll over, grasp objects, and of course, exciting forays into mobility like those first few wobbly steps.But today,

These senior citizen YouTubers are better than anyone else on this hellscape internet

The typical YouTuber is young, obnoxious, and speaks at an above-average decibel level. They love pranks. They love covertly selling you *products.* Even though they're your age or vastly younger, they have more money in their bank account than you ever will.Thankfully, not all YouTubers like that.

This dongle turns your iPad into a touchscreen Mac (sort of)

Ever pick up your iPad and think about how much more you could get done on it if only it ran macOS? Now, a small red dongle turns that into a reality.Luna Display by Astropad is a tiny dongle that connects your MacBook to an iPad wirelessly, turning the tablet into a second monitor for your laptop.

Here is what your celebrity doppelgänger would look like — Future Blink

Ever dreamt of being a celeb? AI Portraits is a new site that takes an image of you and creates a simulated version of your celebrity self. Read more...More about Mashable Video, Artificial Intelligence, Science And Technology, Ai, and Portraits

What’s What in Doctor Who: How the Twelfth Doctor Leads to the Future

The TARDIS returns!We’re celebrating the return of Doctor Who (Sundays on BBC AMERICA) with a rundown of what makes Doctor Who the world’s longest-running sci-fi series and a unique, ever-evolving franchise with generations of fans.

Facebook changes algorithm to demote “borderline content” that almost violates its policy

Facebook has changed its News Feed algorithm to demote content that comes close to violating its policies prohibiting misinformation, hate speech, violence, bullying, clickbait so it’s seen by fewer people even it’s highly engaging. In a 5000-word letter by Mark Zuckerberg published today,

Facebook's board says Zuckerberg was too slow to spot Russian interference

Mark Zuckerberg is forced to publicly contend with a new critic today: His very own board.Following the Nov. 14 New York Times bombshell report detailing a host of gross miscalculations and alleged malfeasance at the social media giant both in the run up to and following the 2016 U.S.

Zuckerberg denies knowledge of Facebook’s work with GOP opposition research firm

Today in call with reporters preceded by a frantic if fairly uneventful distraction-pushing media blitz, Facebook responded to a damning New York Times story published yesterday that cited interviews with more than 50 sources privy to Facebook’s decision making.

Citrix pays $200M to acquire Sapho, which connects legacy software with ‘micro apps’

As large organizations grapple with adopting modern work practices without throwing out all of their legacy software, a company that works with them is making an acquisition that it hopes will help with that process. Citrix today is announcing that it has acquired Sapho,

Facebook defends itself from damning New York Times story, denies it scuttled Russian meddling evide

In the wake of yesterday’s bombshell New York Times report, Facebook is defending itself from a multitude of allegations that appear in the story.The company is outright denying its reported hesitation to investigate Russian interference on its platform during the 2016 presidential election,

Wonder Ventures aims to dazzle L.A. startups with its new seed-stage fund

Dustin Rosen thinks L.A. has a problem, aside from its famously car-choked highways. There aren’t enough investors willing to write small checks. Most of the so-called micro venture funds have grown their funds to the size of traditional venture firms, and are making bigger bets as a result.

Microsoft forms strategic alliance with data analytics giant Nielsen to accelerate retail innovation

Microsoft and Nielsen have together developed a new enterprise data solution that democratizes one of the largest consumer data sets in the world. The two companies will focus on helping Fast Moving Consumer Goods (FMCG) and retail companies in today’s rapidly changing marketplace,

Microsoft acquires AI powered botmaker XOXCO

Microsoft has officially announced they are acquiring XOXCO, a company that specialized in conversational AI and bot-making though its core products, Howdy.ia and Botkit, repectively .

Canonical plans to raise its first outside funding as it looks to a future IPO

It’s been 14 years since Mark Shuttleworth first founded and funded Canonical and the Ubuntu project. At the time, it was mostly a Linux distribution. Today, it’s a major enterprise player that offers a variety of products and services. Throughout the years,

This girl realizing we don't 'live inside the earth' is better than most reality TV

Before we begin, we'd like to clarify that we do not live "inside the earth." We live on the surface of the earth. Should we have to spell this out? Probably not, but better safe than sorry.On Wednesday, Twitter user @LoveMahalHappy tweeted a video of her sister realizing that, in fact,

Black Friday 4K TV sales start now: Get the cheapest OLEDs from Best Buy, Amazon, Walmart, and more

Shopping in the UK? Check out the Black Friday TV deals we've found just for you.If you're shopping for a new 4K TV on Black Friday this year, you're in luck.With Black Friday quickly approaching (it's on Nov. 23 this year),

Everything we learned about 'Game of Thrones' Season 8 this week

Much like winter, Game of Thrones is coming. While most details about Season 8 of Thrones have been kept under wraps by HBO, the powers that be have decided to allow a few cracks in the wall of information as the final season approaches — here's what was spilled just this week. SEE ALSO:

SpaceX gets FCC approval to add 7,518 more satellites to its Starlink constellation

SpaceX's application to add thousands of satellites to its proposed Starlink communications constellation has been approved by the FCC, though it will be some time before the company actually puts those birds in the air.

Facebook will pass off content policy appeals to a new independent oversight body

Facebook doesn’t want to be the arbiter of decency when it comes to content policy decisions, similar to how it looked to third-party fact checkers rather than becoming an arbiter of truth. Today on a press call with journalists,

OpenStack regroups

Only a few years ago, OpenStack was the hottest open-source project around, with a bustling startup ecosystem to boot. The project, which gives enterprises the tools to run the equivalent of AWS in their own private data centers,

Facebook reports a massive spike in government demands for data, including secret orders

Facebook has published the details of 13 historical national security letters it’s received for user data. The embattled social media giant said that the letters dated between 2014 and 2017 for several Facebook and Instagram accounts. These demands for data are effectively subpoenas,

Workarounds to Microsoft’s A/B testing give Insiders access to features, but is that ok?

With the latest Windows 10 Insider release, build 18282, Microsoft is continuing a program of “A /B” testing for some features, this time for access to “window snip” a feature of the new Snip & Sketch that allows users to take a screenshot of an open window with just one click.

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