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03:33 pm GMT - Fri, July 28, 2017
Mashable This huge digital drawing tablet is available for a super low price
Just to let you know, if you buy something featured here, Mashable might earn an affiliate commission.Unleash your imagination with the Huion Giano Wireless Graphic Drawing Tablet. The 13.8-by-8.6 inc
03:23 pm GMT - Fri, July 28, 2017
Mashable The one tool every international traveler must have
Just to let you know, if you buy something featured here, Mashable might earn an affiliate commission.International travel is fun. You get to see new places, eat amazing food, and learn how to ask 
03:03 pm GMT - Fri, July 28, 2017
Mashable The thing about AI that should make us worried
Guys, did you hear the news? The robots are going to kill us.At least that appears to be the primary fear of tech mogul Elon Musk regarding artificial intelligence. This week, when fellow tech titan M
02:41 pm GMT - Fri, July 28, 2017
Mashable Samsung might have just revealed the Galaxy Note 8 pre-order date
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02:32 pm GMT - Fri, July 28, 2017
Mashable What is the Internet of Things and what does it mean for India?
You may have heard the term "Internet of Things," being used lately, but do you truly understand the meaning behind it? It’s a developing area of technology that isn't always easy to wrap your h
01:22 pm GMT - Fri, July 28, 2017
Mashable Meet the Twitter bot that will give you all the Trump news you ever need
Twitter is a giant scream-fest of a social network struggling to attract new users. It also provides perhaps the best immediate insight into the thoughts and interests of the family and administration
11:48 am GMT - Fri, July 28, 2017
Mashable This high school kid taught himself to be an AI wizard
If you're deep into the world of artificial intelligence, you certainly know Kaggle, the Google-owned platform where AI coders compete on projects, often with financial rewards for the winning solutio
11:15 am GMT - Fri, July 28, 2017
Mashable Amazon has quietly introduced a cool delivery feature
Amazon is quietly stepping up its delivery service game by unveiling The Hub, a new locker service designed for apartment blocks and multi-tenant dwellings. SEE ALSO: Amazon Prime Day: AmazonR
11:15 am GMT - Fri, July 28, 2017
Mashable Wearables aren't all dorky — these helped me compete in an Ironman race
Wearables have gotten a bad rap lately, and it's probably because of glorified pedometers like the Fitbit Blaze and Apple Watch that look dorky and don't do much beyond counting steps. And I'll admit,
10:30 am GMT - Fri, July 28, 2017
Mashable Tonight Elon Musk delivers 100 Model 3 Teslas and things may never be the same
Elon Musk has been talking and tweeting about the Model 3 for years, but on Friday night the talking ends and the first 100 Tesla Model 3 all-electric cars roll off the assembly line and into customer
10:30 am GMT - Fri, July 28, 2017
Mashable Tonight Elon Musk delivers 30 Model 3 Teslas and things may never be the same
Elon Musk has been talking and tweeting about the Model 3 for years, but on Friday night the talking ends and the first 30 Tesla Model 3 all-electric cars roll off the assembly line and into customers
09:42 am GMT - Fri, July 28, 2017
Mashable KFC's new chicken box can be turned into a game controller
Want to have fried chicken and game at the same time? KFC has you covered.The "Gamer's Box 2.0" (was there even a 1.0?) comes with a built-in Bluetooth controller as well as a smartphone mount, and of
09:28 am GMT - Fri, July 28, 2017
Mashable Amazon Prime Now launched in Singapore, then quickly couldn't cope with demand
Just hours after it launched in Singapore to great fanfare — Amazon Prime Now is down.The e-commerce giant's launch on Thursday marked its first foray into Southeast Asia.SEE ALSO: Amazon's new
08:35 am GMT - Fri, July 28, 2017
Mashable New Zealand is luring the world's tech talent over by flying them there for free
When people think of moving to New Zealand, they think of pretty images of lush greenery and snow-capped mountains. And then there's the draw of great work-life balance — and shelter from an apo
03:18 am GMT - Fri, July 28, 2017
Mashable One of the world's longest electric car highways will be built in Australia
Flush with long stretches of road, Australia is now set to be home to one of the world's longest electric highways.Queensland has unveiled plans for the Electric Super Highway, a series of fast-chargi
12:25 am GMT - Fri, July 28, 2017
Mashable It's shockingly easy for hackers to remotely scan and clone your work security badge
You're riding the subway to work, or taking a smoke break outside the office, or simply strolling down the street. Someone with a backpack is standing nearby, but you think nothing of it.Thirty second
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