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Xiaomi India's Manu Kumar Jain promoted as global VP

Xiaomi India's Manu Kumar Jain promoted as global VP Following the departure of its top executive Hugo Barra, the Chinese company Xiaomi is reshuffling some top positions within the company.Manu Kumar Jain, who previously assumed the role of India Head at Xiaomi India, has been promoted to the role of Vice President of Xiaomi, a spokesperson for the company said today.

This powerful goo promises to make your iPhone screen indestructible

This powerful goo promises to make your iPhone screen indestructible And the only way to protect your phone's display is to apply an ugly screen protector on top of it.But what if you could protect your phone display and make it more scratch-resistant and water-repellent with some seemingly magical goo?

Ward off Wrist Pain With Anker's $16 Wireless Vertical Mouse

Ward off Wrist Pain With Anker's $16 Wireless Vertical Mouse Whether your current mouse is giving you chronic wrist pain, or you just want to try something different, this 4.3 star rated wireless ergonomic vertical mouse from Anker is only $16 today, or $4 less than usual.

This blooming solar system harvests energy from the sun like a flower

This blooming solar system harvests energy from the sun like a flower 'Smartflower' claims to be the world's first "intelligent energy plant." It's a solar system that unfolds its giant solar panel petals in the morning and follows the sun throughout the day.

AT&T brings back its unlimited data plan for everyone — too bad it sucks

AT&T brings back its unlimited data plan for everyone — too bad it sucks It's official: unlimited data plans are back.Compared to the competition, the AT&T's "unlimited" plan is easily the worst — it's the most expensive and offers fewer features.

Google wants to know what you'd like to see in the Pixel 2

Google wants to know what you'd like to see in the Pixel 2 In a post on the Pixel User Community board, Google's Krishna Kumar, the product lead on the Pixel, asks to hear thoughts on the current Pixel phones and what Google can improve for future devices.What would you like to see us improve?

Samsung's turmoil derails plan to crown its heir apparent

Samsung's turmoil derails plan to crown its heir apparent The Friday arrest of Samsung Group Vice Chairman Lee Jae-yong was stunning, because it's not every day that the de-facto leader of a giant international corporation gets led away by police.Turmoil at the head of Samsung is really just an extension of high-level turmoil that has engulfed the most powerful people in South Korea.

German watchdog: Parents, destroy these creepy smart dolls right now

German watchdog: Parents, destroy these creepy smart dolls right now You know how the saying goes: Keep your friends close unless those friends are Wi-Fi connected dolls, in which case you might want to destroy them.A German government watchdog is urging parents to be on high alert for an unconventional personal security threat that may be lurking in their own homes — a children's doll called "My Friend Cayla.

Please let 'Justice League' be as awesome as this RC Batmobile

Please let 'Justice League' be as awesome as this RC Batmobile Love the movie Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice or hate it, there’s no denying Batman has the coolest toys.The upcoming sequel, Justice League, promises to raise the bar for caped-crusader gadgetry and transform the Batmobile into the ultimate superhero vehicle.

Facebook wants to own the world, not save it

Facebook wants to own the world, not save it Sure, Facebook's CEO appears more "woke" than ever.It is an online platform where posts from estranged friends and family members are interrupted every so often by ads for "3 free soups": Facebook exists to grow and to make money.

These two tools teach you how incredibly creepy Facebook is

These two tools teach you how incredibly creepy Facebook is Two tools that can help you do that — at least when it comes to your Facebook data — are Data Selfie and Stalkscan.De Ceukelaire believes that privacy blog posts and articles "only reach the intellectual, educated community" who are already interested in privacy.

How Donald Trump's own tweets could be his undoing

How Donald Trump's own tweets could be his undoing 7, 2015, Donald Trump sent a tweet that now feels darkly foreboding.As the executive order, currently on hold by judicial ruling, is dragged through the courts, Trump's tweets have become an invaluable weapon.

The newest Barbie is a smart doll you can't touch

The newest Barbie is a smart doll you can't touch Now, though, she is having a truly out-of-body experience, showing up in her first holographic figure, Hello Barbie Hologram.Unlike previous Hello Barbie AI’s, Hello Barbie Hologram is designed to be a true digital assistant and will engage on the trigger words “Hello Barbie.

The biodegradable paper airplane that could revolutionize humanitarian aid

The biodegradable paper airplane that could revolutionize humanitarian aid The paper gliders look almost like stealth fighters, capable of carrying more than two pounds of supplies like blood and vaccines to those in need.And they could totally transform humanitarian aid for people in remote regions.

MashTalk: Should Apple be required to provide instructions on how to fix your iPhone?

MashTalk: Should Apple be required to provide instructions on how to fix your iPhone? On this week's podcast, the Mashable tech team discusses Apple's resistance of so-called "Right-to-Repair" laws, Facebook's new manifesto, and the return of "unlimited" data plans in the U.First on the agenda is, of course, the topic of "Right-to-Repair" laws.

The week in apps: Yahoo gets caller ID, Yelp does 411, and more

The week in apps: Yahoo gets caller ID, Yelp does 411, and more Each week, we round up the latest app news, along with a few of our favorite new and updated apps, to keep you in the loop with everything coming to your phone.Here's what we were following this week.

Apple's latest ad campaign uses giant tweets to convince you to buy an iPad Pro

Apple's latest ad campaign uses giant tweets to convince you to buy an iPad Pro The tech giant's latest iPad Pro ads heavily feature Twitter — but nope, Apple isn't buying the social network.The ads all feature giant print-outs of tweets.

'Lightseekers' puts the action back into action figures

'Lightseekers' puts the action back into action figures The game has come a long way since Play Fusion first showed it to us in October.Back then, the action figures were so unfinished, they wouldn't let us photograph them.

Sony's Old-As-Dirt (But Still Great) MDRV6 Headphones Are Back On Sale

Sony's Old-As-Dirt (But Still Great) MDRV6 Headphones Are Back On Sale Sony’s MDRV6 Studio Monitor Headphones are some of the oldest (25 years old!) still-relevant headphones on the market, and have always been one of the best values in the space.