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Misinformation spreads on Facebook just weeks ahead of Georgia runoff elections

The U.S. election season isn’t over yet. With two runoff elections in Georgia deciding which party has control of the Senate, all eyes are now on the state. Unfortunately, that includes nefarious actors and misinformation spreaders. A new study by the nonprofit activist organization Avaaz found that Facebook is currently failing at curbing the spread...

Save 76% on a one-year VPN subscription

TL;DR: Get a one-year subscription to VyprVPN for $45.99, a 76% savings as of Dec. 4.   In our dream world, we wouldn't need to live in fear of scary hacks. But in the world we actually live in, it's a good idea to invest in a secure VPN. VyprVPN is a fast, no-log VPN that encrypts your Internet connection to provide online privacy and security....

Save 85% on an 'internet of things' course bundle

TL;DR: Jump into the "internet of things" with the IoT E-Degree Certification bundle for $29.99, a 85% savings as of Dec. 4.  If you want to really understand the devices and methods we use to connect, the IoT Certification Bundle will give you the inside scoop. It's a great resource whether you want to explore Raspberry Pi or Linux for fun, learn...

Apple redesigns Accessibility hub, launches videos on new features

Apple's products have a wide variety of accessibility features, which can help people with disabilities personalize these products to better suit their needs.  On Thursday – December 3, which is the International Day of Persons with Disabilities – the company launched a redesigned Accessibility hub, detailing some of these features in products such...

Online testing is a biased mess, and senators are demanding answers

We finally know who watches the (exam) watchers.  On Thursday, six Democratic senators sent an open letter to the CEO of the online test-administering company ExamSoft. At issue are claims online proctoring and remote-testing software is biased against people of color and people with disabilities, and that it invades students' privacy. "We write to...

Facebook will now finally ban COVID-19 vaccine misinformation

On Monday, Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg held a livestream with Dr. Anthony Fauci to talk about the coronavirus. The Facebook comments on the video quickly filled up with musings from conspiracy theorists and anti-vaxxers. The gist of these comments: "I'm not getting your fucking vaccine, you quack.” Fast forward to Thursday. Facebook has...

Hulu Watch Party now available to all subscribers

Holiday movie nights just got a lot more fun with the official launch of Hulu Watch Party. Following a successful trial in May, the video-on-demand platform this week announced access for all Hulu and Hulu (No Ads) subscribers. "With many families practicing social distancing this year, it's more important than ever to find new ways to connect with...

At long last, you can print a 3D print Mars rover replica — Strictly Robots

The European Space Agency designed a mini, 3D-printed replica of the ExoMars rover, which anyone with a 3D printer can make.  Read more...More about Mashable Video, Mars, 3d Printing, Mars Rover, and Space Exploration

This August smart lock kit is on sale for $185 — its lowest price ever

Save $104: This kit, which includes the August Smart Lock Pro, Connect WiFi Bridge, and Smart Keypad, is on sale for $185.98 at Amazon as of Dec. 3.  Few things are more stressful than wondering if you remembered to lock the door while you're out on a grocery run. That's why a smart lock is one of the most helpful smart home devices you can own....

Google Maps will let Android users submit Street View photos from their phones

Google Maps Street View has been an engaging time-waster for many years, though it's never been perfect. But, thanks to a new feature, it could get better at capturing obscure roads and paths going forward. In a Thursday blog post, Google revealed a new beta feature that will allow users to submit their own photos, straight from their phones, of places...

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