Americans don’t trust social media companies to handle misinformation

[ad_1] Americans have trust issues, especially when it comes to information posted on social media. A poll out Tuesday from Gallup and the Knight Foundation confirmed these views after surveying about 1,500 American adults late last year and another group in March: About 80 percent don’t trust big tech companies like Facebook and Google to…

Save 30% on this swanky Marshall Bluetooth speaker

[ad_1] Products featured here are selected by our partners at StackCommerce.If you buy something through links on our site, Mashable may earn an affiliate commission. Control your music hands-free with Alexa-compatibility. Image: Marshall By StackCommerceMashable Shopping2020-06-16 17:47:10 UTC TL;DR: Get the party started with a Marshall® Stanmore II wireless smart speaker for $279.99, a 30%…

Asus A15 gaming laptop is on sale for $899.99 at Best Buy

[ad_1] All products featured here are independently selected by our editors and writers.If you buy something through links on our site, Mashable may earn an affiliate commission. Get an affordable gaming laptop that doesn’t sacrifice performance. Image: asus/mashable composite By Ryan LakichMashable Shopping2020-06-16 17:24:30 UTC TL;DR: Get an Asus 15.6-inch gaming laptop with AMD Ryzen…

LARQ’s self-cleaning water bottle is on sale

[ad_1] All products featured here are independently selected by our editors and writers.If you buy something through links on our site, Mashable may earn an affiliate commission. LARQ’s bottle holds up to 17 oz. Image: LARQ By Veronika KeroMashable Shopping2020-06-16 15:38:25 UTC TL;DR: Purify your water at the touch of a button with a LARQ…

U.S. government requests for Google, Facebook user data are way up

[ad_1] The U.S. government continues to request more and more user data from the world’s largest tech companies. According to a new study by end-to-end encryption email company ProtonMail, user data requests from the United States government to Google have increased a whopping 510 percent since 2010. And its requests for Facebook data are also…

Cameo now lets you pay to Zoom with celebrities, including Tony Hawk, Lance Bass, and Sean Astin

[ad_1] Cameo introduced a new feature on Sunday — Zoom calls. The celebrity shoutout service will now let you book a 10-minute live video interview with various big names, so you can directly ask Sinbad about the Shazaam movie you’re positive exists. It’s like a pop culture convention’s meet and greet, only without the germs.…

Beat the heat and snag this personal air conditioner for less than $100

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T-Mobile customers complain of widespread outages

[ad_1] Complete with dropped calls and an inexplicable lack of service, a widespread outage appears to be plaguing T-Mobile customers, and even customers of other cellular carriers including Verizon and AT&T.  The outages monitoring website DownDetector showed outages across the U.S. on the T-Mobile network Monday afternoon. T-Mobile later confirmed the network was having “voice…

Intel will soon bake anti-malware defenses directly into its CPUs

[ad_1] Enlarge / A mobile PC processor code-named Tiger Lake. It will be the first CPU to offer a security capability known as Control-Flow Enforcement Technology. Intel The history of hacking has largely been a back-and-forth game, with attackers devising a technique to breach a system, defenders constructing a countermeasure that prevents the technique, and…