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Take a movie theater bathroom break at the perfect time with RunPee app for iPhone

This weekend's highly anticipated release of "Star Wars: The Last Jedi" clocks in with an epic-length runtime of 2 hours and 32 minutes. That's a lot of Star Wars action for your eyeballs, but can your bladder handle it? If not, the iPhone app RunPee is here to help.

Dustin Hoffman Accused by Three More Women of Sexual Misconduct

The actor is alleged to have exposed himself and sexually assaulted the women in the 1980s.

Is Jay Z's Tidal in big trouble?

The streaming music service offers listeners high bit-rate streaming but is flagging financially, a Norwegian newspaper says.        

MSI's GS63VR Is A Perfectly Balanced Gaming Laptop

All images. Sam Rutherford/Gizmodo A couple months ago I reviewed MSI's GT75VR, and even though I respect how hard it is to cram desktop-level components, ridiculously loud speakers, and a custom mechanical keyboard in a laptop body, gigantic 17-inch systems like that don't really do it for me. Show More Summary

Say hello to Google Home Max

A larger version of its Home smart speaker.        

LinkedIn data suggests the UK isn't as reliant on EU tech talent as people think

More skilled tech workers came to the UK from India, the USA, and Australia in 2016 than from the top five EU countries, according to LinkedIn data. The data — touted in a Tech City UK study on Friday — shows that India provided 12% of all the skilled tech workers migrating to the UK in 2016, while the US provided 10%. Show More Summary

Net Neutrality's End Is Creating a Lot of Confusion About the Future of the Internet

After the FCC voted to repeal net neutrality regulations on Thursday, reactions on Twitter were strong. Many despaired about the possible end of access to a free and open internet, while others urged neutrality supporters to not give...Show More Summary

Net Neutrality is dead and your privacy is at risk. Here are 5 VPNs that can help.

Just to let you know, if you buy something featured here, Mashable might earn an affiliate commission. The FCC has spoken and it's official: Net Neutrality is dead. Mashable's been closely covering this story — you can read everything here — but we'll give you the TL;DR version. Show More Summary

This state senator wants to revive net neutrality in California

The Federal Communications Commission repealed net neutrality in Washington, D.C., on Thursday, which prohibited powerful telecoms from charging more for faster internet access.  But 3,000 miles away, in California, State Senator Scott...Show More Summary

Party Chat Support Arrives for Xbox Beta App

If for some reason you must put down the headset and walk away from your Xbox console, you no longer have to leave your party chat hanging. Rolling out through the Xbox beta app on Google Play, Android users can now maintain their conversation...Show More Summary

Call of Duty: WWII is a sales juggernaut unlike the series has seen since Black Ops II

Call of Duty is back, and all it took to get back on top was a little world war. Activision’s perennially popular military shooter franchise debuted a new entry last month with Call of Duty: WWII, and it is already the best-selling game of 2017 as of November 30, according to industry-tracking firm The NPD […]

Forget fiber: Engineers made a broadband connection using wet string

Thanks to the FCC's rollback of net neutrality provisions this morning, you're even more in thrall to your local cable monopoly than you were yesterday. Starting your own internet service provider is difficult and expensive, but what...Show More Summary

Samsung’s Bixby Speaker Could Arrive in First Half of 2018 for Around $200

Samsung still plans to release some sort of smart speaker that is powered by their Bixby assistant, according to a report from Bloomberg. Their sources are under the impression that the speaker should be here within the first half of 2018 and may drop in at around $200. Show More Summary

November NPD 2017: Call of Duty: WWII leads $2.7 billion month as sales are up 30% year-over-year

The video game industry was booming last month as holiday spending kicked in. Spending was up across the board, totaling $2.68 billion and up 30 percent over November 2016, according to the industry-tracking firm The NPD Group. Publisher Activision’s and developer Sledgehammer Games’s Call of Duty: WWII was the biggest winner last month, becoming the […]

November 2017 NPD: Xbox One brings in more spending, but Sony sells more PlayStation 4s

U.S. consumers wanted new video game hardware in November, and they spent a ton of money getting the latest Microsoft, Sony, and Nintendo devices. This led to a strong month for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Nintendo Switch. In fact, November doesn’t have a clear winner in terms of hardware sales. Gamers bought more PS4s […]

Race for the Galaxy launches Brink of War expansion

Temple Gates Games debuted its take on the popular sci-fi card game Race for the Galaxy for mobile devices in May, and it launched its PC version of the digital card game in June. Now the company is adding its third expansion, Brink of War, so you can further conquer the galaxy. The expansion comes from studio head Theresa Duringer, a […]

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