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The Boring Company wins contract to build Las Vegas tunnel

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http://feeds.mashable.com - Elon Musk's Boring Company has been selected to build an underground "people mover" tunnel for the Las Vegas Convention Center (LVCC). The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority (LVCVA) Board of Directors recommended that the contract be awarded to the Boring Company back in March, and it
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Amazon shareholders shut down proposal to limit facial recognition sales

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http://feeds.mashable.com - Amazon will sell its facial-recognition technology to whomever it damn well pleases thank you very much. That message was loud and clear Wednesday morning at the company's annual shareholder meeting, where two non-binding proposals meant to regulate the sale and investigate the use of Amazon's
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Congress agrees: It's time to regulate facial recognition technology

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http://feeds.mashable.com - The first in a series of congressional hearings on facial recognition technology took place on Wednesday, and it brought about a rare occurrence in Washington: agreement between Democrats and Republicans.The House Oversight Committee’s hearing was focused on the impact facial recognition has
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‘Team Sonic Racing’ doesn’t live up to expectations of its predecessor

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http://feeds.mashable.com - For some fans, Team Sonic Racing ended up being a disappointment. This is particularly true right off the heels of its predecessor, Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed. Read more...More about Mashable Video, Sega, Sonic, Team Sonic Racing, and Tech
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Eero mesh WiFi systems are 20% off at Amazon

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http://feeds.mashable.com - You have enough annoyances in your life, spotty WiFi shouldn’t be one of them. Mesh WiFi systems have changed the way internet access is delivered by having multiple devices communicate throughout your home for fuller coverage. These systems replace the need for traditional routers and reduce
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Comcast, a trusted company, wants to monitor you with a smart device

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http://feeds.mashable.com - It looks like you fell down. Someone will be there between 11 a.m. and 5 p.m. to assist you. Yes, that's right, everyone's favorite and definitely trusted company, Comcast, is working on a smart  device of some kind with voice-interactive features to monitor customers' health. The news, f
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Google stored some users' passwords in plain text for years

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http://feeds.mashable.com - Google has revealed it had left some business users' passwords exposed in plain text.In a blog post on Tuesday, the tech giant said it had discovered the issue in Google's popular enterprise product, G Suite, back in January. When stored in a system, passwords are cryptographically hashed R
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Tesla releases DIY guides for Model 3 maintenance

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http://feeds.mashable.com - Tesla is embracing the growing demand for consumers to be able to fix stuff themselves by releasing a series of do-it-yourself guides for the Model 3.The idea here is to allow owners to fix a range of problems without going through the hassle, time, and expense of having to schedule a Service appoi
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Surprise! We're unboxing summer's biggest must-have tech item

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http://feeds.mashable.com - We surprised our tech experts with this summer's newest tech innovation — watch them unbox and revel in its glory. Read more...More about Tech, Supported, Unboxing, Smirnoff, and Brand X
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Google just launched the second version of Google Glass Enterprise Edition

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http://feeds.mashable.com - Google Glass may have never become a fixture in regular people's daily lives like Google may have hoped, but the wearable device keeps on trucking.The tech giant launched a new version of Glass on Monday. As its name suggests, the Google Glass Enterprise Edition 2 builds upon the business-focused d
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Save 96% off this massive project management training bundle

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http://feeds.mashable.com - Being a project manager admittedly doesn't sound super "cool." A kindergartner likely wouldn't say they want to be a project manager when they grow up — not when they can dream of being an astronaut or pop star.But even though it's unglamorous on paper, an organization wouldn't function prope
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Gmail freaks out users by saying a 'new device signed into' their account

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http://feeds.mashable.com - Don't freak out. On Monday afternoon, Gmail mistakenly sent multiple users a security alert, notifying them that an unknown device had signed into their account. The number of affected users is currently unknown. However, according to a G Suite admin who chose to remain anonymous, the iss
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Facebook data reportedly helps companies guess your credit score

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http://feeds.mashable.com - Facebook may know even more about your personal life than you think.Some advertisers are able to use Facebook-provided data to target ads based on a user's credit score. This is all according to a new report in The Intercept, which raises fresh questions about the company's data sharing deals.The t
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Save $300 on a new-to-you iPad mini 4 by buying it refurbished

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http://feeds.mashable.com - When he reviewed the ultra-thin Apple iPad mini 4 upon its debut in fall 2015, Mashable's Ray Wong went so far as to deem it "[the] best tablet under 10 inches." But at a base price of $599 for the 128GB model, Wong thought Apple was charging far too much for the device: "Buyers on a budget sh
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Spotify's first piece of hardware is a voice assistant for your car

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http://feeds.mashable.com - It's a car thing.That's the name of Spotify's first voice-controlled plug-in smart device: Car Thing. In a blog post Friday, the music streaming company said the device would play music and podcasts for a "small group" of invited Spotify Premium users in the U.S.Spotify said it could also be joined
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Save $200 on this all-in-one cooking system that grills, bakes, steams, and more

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http://feeds.mashable.com - Until robot chefs go mainstream — which won't be for a while — the Vitachef handles the job of cooking quite nicely. This unique all-in-one cooking system basically handles every single cooking method you can think of, and it's the ultimate space saver (to say nothing of a great value f
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Future-proof your IT career with these industry-leading certifications

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http://feeds.mashable.com - Claiming that you're a hotshot IT practitioner while not holding a single CompTIA certification is like Thanos declaring that he's the supreme being  while wearing the infinity gauntlet with no infinity stones.Yes, having marketable IT skills is unquestionably a must for making it big, but cer
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Save more than 35% on this electric water flosser

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http://feeds.mashable.com - Hate flossing? You're not alone. While dentists insist upon hand flossing as the primary (and most effective) plaque removal method, you may have a legitimate reason for skirting it — like wrist or finger pain, or braces that make weaving floss in and out of your wires a hassle. (Or maybe you
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Gmail has been tracking your purchases for years

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http://feeds.mashable.com - Google knows what you bought, and when you bought it. This fact is made painfully clear by the Google purchases page — a detailed list, pulled from your Gmail inbox, of everything you've purchased over the years that came with a confirmation email. The level of detail is staggering. 
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Slack patches Windows app bug that could've been used for spying

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http://feeds.mashable.com - A security researcher has uncovered a flaw in Slack that could've been exploited to steal files over the business messaging app and potentially spread malware.The flaw involves Slack's Windows desktop app, and how it can automatically send downloaded files to a certain destination—whether it
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