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1. 17 gifts for people who don’t drink enough water18:00[−]

How much water do you drink a day, really? What about your closest pal, or your family? Be honest. If it’s not the two litres recommended, then we’ve got work to do.

We all know someone (or are someone) who refuses to reach their daily H2O quota, so perhaps said rebel just needs a little sprucing up of their water receptacle. Plus, with an estimated 8 million tonnes of plastic waste entering the global marine environment each year, having your own bottle is no longer a want, it’s a planetary need.

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2. 'Game of Thrones' could learn something from this ice-cold political ad17:50[−]

There are burns, and then there are burns.

I am still shewk from this political ad released by Arizona Democratic Congressional candidate David Brill against his incumbent Republican opponent, Paul Gosar. 

Watch the video until the very end.

Gosar is known for his extreme right-wing views, including the infamous birther conspiracy. The Congressman also believes that the white supremacist rally held at Charlottesville last year was a creation of the left.

Six of Gosar's ten siblings apparently couldn't take it anymore, and they came together to produce this masterful ad. Read more...

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3. Americans hate selfies, but can't stop taking them16:00[−]

Americans have a love-hate relationship with selfies.

A new survey from the research company YouGov shows that over 63 percent of Americans say they take selfies. But that doesn't mean America is all aboard the selfie train. 

While most Americans may take selfies, the majority of selfie-takers also associate at least one negative trait like "annoying" or "narcissistic" with the ubiquitous photos, according to the survey. 

Sheesh, what's with all the self-loathing, America? We really need to spend more time looking into the mirror on that one! Read more...

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4. Little Miss Flint's 5 awesome tips for becoming a young activist16:00[−]

Mari Copeny, an 11-year-old with an irrepressible desire to make the world a better place, is remarkable proof that you’re never too young to be an activist.

Copeny, also known as "Little Miss Flint," is an advocate for her hometown of Flint, Michigan, which has been fighting a life-threatening water crisis since 2014. When she was 8 years old, she penned a powerful letter to President Obama on behalf of Flint and its children, who could no longer drink from the tap, shower without their eyes burning, or even safely use a Slip ‘N Slide.

Obama replied to Copeny, visited Flint, and eventually signed off on $100 million in funding to help repair the city's poisoned water system. But Copeny wasn't done advocating for change. Read more...

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5. 10 hidden features in iOS 1215:35[−]

With any software upgrade, there's a lot to unpack. 

Apple's iOS 12 is no different. You probably noticed Screen Time, Grouped Notifications, and fun photo effects right after the update. However, it’s the small changes that can make all the difference.

We've been digging through iOS 12 and found 10 hidden features that will level-up your iPhone experience.

1. Face ID alternate appearance


Apple's TrueDepth sensor is the secret to how Face ID lets you unlock your iPhone with a glance. However, if you wear sunglasses often, sometimes put on heavy makeup, or switch wigs regularly — all of which are pretty common in professions like acting — facial recognition can fail a good chunk of the time. Read more...

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6. Nick Kroll's Netflix series 'Big Mouth' is the candid conversation about sex you never had as a teen15:00[−]

Nick Kroll, surprisingly, doesn't remember much from sex ed. 

You'd be forgiven for thinking otherwise if you've watched Big Mouth, Kroll's animated Netflix series that plays the mind-bending confusion of puberty for laughs. 

In the first season, a young Kroll and his best friend Andrew, a character based on the actor and comedian's real-life best friend, awkwardly sit through a middle school classroom presentation on fallopian tubes that feels all too real. 

What happens next is where Big Mouth goes beyond getting real and plumbs the murky depths of the adolescent male psyche. Suddenly, the imaginary "Hormone Monster" shows up to encourage Andrew to duck out of class to masturbate. Andrew is reluctant for obvious reasons but ultimately gives in. Read more...

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7. 8 of the best dog beds to help your canine rest easy14:00[−]

If you’re a canine lover, you know all the perks of having a pooch: There’s *always* a hyper fluffball to play with when you get home. If your pizza delivery shows up or there’s an Amazon Prime package, your dog alerts you ASAP through bark code, even though they might get a little too protective when the mail carrier arrives. While you love getting cuddly with your canine, sometimes you can’t both share the couch, which is why you should get a good dog bed, stat. 

But, where to start? Your furry best friend can’t just have any dog bed. Before you drop major bucks on a dog bed, there are some factors you might want to consider: Read more...

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8. Disaster relief is about more than healing physical trauma. It's about emotional recovery too.13:00[−]

Disaster relief is most commonly thought of as providing food, water, and shelter to those affected by calamitous events beyond their control. 

But as communities in places like Texas and Puerto Rico are learning, disaster relief that only alleviates physical wants is not enough to put their communities back on their feet.

After first responders have done their jobs to secure personal safety, an emotional recovery has to begin as well. 

Organizations like UNICEF are acknowledging that the damage to communities can last long after the repairs to homes are completed.

Canned goods and other basic need items are given out in a disaster relief station in southeast Texas.

Canned goods and other basic need items are given out in a disaster relief station in southeast Texas.

Image: Getty Images

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9. 8 of the best dog toys for some epic playtime with your pup13:00[−]

Nothing beats playtime with your doggo. They’re always down for a tug-of-war match, a game of catch, or a hide-and-seek session. Even though you love spending time with them, it’s not that fun when they use your favorite pair of shoes as their chew buddy. If that’s the case, it might be time for you to buy a new dog toy, so your doggo can still have fun without destroying your stuff.

But, with so many dog toy options to choose from, it could be challenging to find the perfect fit for your pooch. Before you buy a dog toy, there are some things you might want to consider: 

Size: Keep your doggo’s size in mind when you’re shopping for a dog toy. Have a puppy? look for a dog toy that supports baby teeth and helps with training. If your doggo is on the larger side, choose a toy that will excite them during playtime, such as an interactive tug ring. Also, you don’t want to get a small toy for your large doggo, because they can rip it and accidently swallow small materials.  Read more...

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10. Try your hand at 3D printing after reading this e-book bundle13:00[−]

The World Maker Faire is an annual festival of engineers, artists, innovators, tinkerers, entrepreneurs, craftspeople, and techies. It's like the love child of Burning Man and Comic-Con, where people come together to proudly showcase their inventions, learn from, and collaborate with each other. 

It's happening in New York City Sept. 22 to 23, and in honor of the massive creative exhibition, Maker Media has curated a CAD & 3D printing e-book bundle, which can help you grow your understanding of personal fabrication technologies and provide you with a ton of creative inspiration. 

Grab it on sale at the Mashable Shop for $19.99. Read more...

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11. Start a career in VR game development with these e-learning bundles12:00[−]

Virtual reality gaming is having a moment. It's either because people are treating it as escapist entertainment, or because immersing yourself in an alternate dimension is just too darn amusing not to get hooked. Whatever the case may be, there's no better time than now to join in on the VR craze.

Since the industry has started picking up the pace only recently, there might not be a game that suits your taste just yet. Take it as an opportunity to craft your own. The following three e-learning bundles can help you get started. Read more...

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12. Here's how to set up a VPN and protect your data05:45[−]

On today's internet, having at least some level of protection is essential.

A VPN or virtual private network is a tool to get an extra layer of protection — it essentially masks your connection while encrypting your data. The best part is you don't need to get any physical hardware to use one; using a VPN is usually as simple as downloading and launching an app

Once you have a VPN setup, you can use it on your home WiFi, public networks, over LTE, and even while traveling. 

Certainly, the internet is a great way to connect with others, but users need to be careful now more than ever. A VPN will mask your IP address and give you a bit more security, especially for your viewing history — not to mention it makes using public WiFi networks much safer and can stop hackers from accessing data. Read more...

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13. What Amazon got right about smart speakers that Facebook won't04:25[−]

Just hours after Amazon surprised us with more new Alexa-enabled gadgets than we can count, word broke that Facebook's voice-activated smart speaker (reportedly called "Portal") is apparently back on — and launching as soon as next week

Suddenly, a market that's been dominated by Amazon and Google is starting to look more interesting ... right? Well, not exactly.

I'm not trying to pick on Facebook but, of everything we've heard about the yet-to-be-revealed Portal speaker, nothing suggests that it can overcome what will likely be its biggest hurdle: that nobody trusts Facebook anymore. If you think an Alexa-enabled microwave sounds creepy, how do you think people will react to a Facebook-branded smart speaker with an AI-infused camera?  Read more...

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14. 7 best cat toys to delight your pet for hours03:10[−]

There isn’t one way to describe your cat’s daily activities. They’ll hide in Amazon Prime boxes, or drink from toilet bowls. One thing most pet parents can agree on though is that cats need engaging playtime. If your feline is bouncing off the walls or scratching furniture, it might be time to buy new cat toys. 

Googling “cat toy” could send you down an internet sinkhole, because there are so many plush mice, circle tunnels, and colorful wands available for felines. Plus, you might not know if a cat toy will meet your pet’s playtime needs. Before you buy a cat toy, there are some things you might want to consider: Read more...

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15. YouTube just made a major change to its trending page02:13[−]

Days after shuttering its dedicated gaming app, YouTube made some more big changes to how users discover content. 

Now, YouTube’s trending tab breaks down what's popular in five categories: music, live, gaming, news, and movies.

Trending on YouTube previously just displayed what videos were trending throughout a user’s country. YouTube said its algorithm takes a number of factors into consideration, such as view count and the rate of growth in views, among others.

Here's what the Trending on YouTube page looked like just earlier today.

Here's what the Trending on YouTube page looked like just earlier today.

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16. Cryptocurrency exchange claimed it was 'practically impossible' to hack. It was hacked.01:14[−]

I guess we shouldn't be all that surprised. But still, they did say it would be practically impossible. 

The Japan-based cryptocurrency exchange Zaif suffered a major hack last week. It issued a statement on Thursday stating that approximately $59 million worth of bitcoin, bitcoin cash, and MONAcoin had been stolen by unidentified criminals. This, obviously, is not good. What makes it perhaps worse is the company's past insistence that it applied the "maximum effort" possible to keep its customers' funds safe — and that hacking it would be "practically impossible."

Like many exchanges, Zaif has a page on its website where it details the precautions taken to secure customer funds. With tens (or potentially hundreds) of millions of dollars worth of cryptocurrency at stake, it makes sense to let everyone know that you're taking this security stuff seriously.  Read more...

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17. Joana Ceddia went viral and brought back the spirit of old YouTube01:08[−]

Joana Ceddia is blowing up right now. 

You might have stumbled across a video of her hacking off her hair with craft scissors in her parents' bathroom, or watched her break down the contents of her school backpack to reveal a watermelon wedge and a stray parka like an unboxing video gone wrong

In my case, her video about DIYing an overpriced clothing line haunted the "Up Next" side bar for weeks. Like many Gen Zers, Ceddia was thoroughly disappointed that vlogger Emma Chamberlain's new collection wasn't even visible, since each item of clothing for sale in the Dote app was pixelated to add a sense of intrigue.  Read more...

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18. Octopuses are being given ecstasy in the name of science00:28[−]

Researchers at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine think that octopuses are just like us! Well, at least in the way they react to ecstasy. The research, which, yes, means giving octopuses ecstasy, can definitely be seen by some as a little unethical, but the experts say they make sure to take care of the animals. The research could help us better understand that our brain and social behavior are influenced by more basic processes than we imagined.  Read more...

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19. 10 of the best laptops for Windows 1000:13[−]

Although MacBooks have grown in popularity over the past decade, Microsoft is making a bit of a comeback among consumers with the release of Windows 10 a few years ago. In fact, there are some benefits of using Windows 10 over MacOS X, such as functionality, ease of use, and touch-ability. Believe it or not, you can actually use many Windows 10 laptops like tablets.

Moreover, Windows-based laptops are catching up with MacBooks in terms of design and looks. PC laptops have always gotten a bad name since they have historically prioritized function over style thanks to cheap materials and awful looking displays. Apple computers, on the other hand, integrate form and style into one beautiful machine.  Read more...

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20. Make your cooking a whole lot easier with this device00:00[−]

Check out this handy and foldable cutting board by Joseph Joseph. Just squeeze the handle and you are ready to speed up all aspects of cooking in the kitchen. 

Heads up: All products featured here are selected by Mashable's commerce team and meet our rigorous standards for awesomeness. If you buy something, Mashable may earn an affiliate commission. Read more...

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21. Thanks, Apple, for making it easy to cling to my iPhone 6SПт., 21 сент.[−]

It's launch day for the iPhone XS and XS Max. And if it seems a little muted compared to iPhone launch days past, that may be because Apple is making it increasingly easy to hang on to your three-year-old phone instead — even if they no longer sell that phone

As I wrote last week, I was in the market for an XS. But I was torn: I'm one of those people who believes the iPhone 6S is the last truly great iPhone Apple made. I'm loath to swap my built-in headphone jack for a life in which I have to carry around a Lightning-to-aux dongle just in case. 

And yes, fanboys, before you jump in: I already use Bluetooth headphones! I just like the option to plug in a wired set of cans — the same option I am afforded on my latest-model iPad Pro and bang-up-to-date MacBook.  Read more...

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22. Telltale Games lays off all but 25 employees, announces 'majority studio closure'Пт., 21 сент.[−]

UPDATE, 6:06 p.m. ET: Telltale Games has issued an official statement, which has been added below. Story has been updated throughout.

Beloved game studio Telltale Games went through a major downsizing.

The company went through a major round of layoffs Friday, dropping the size of its studio from about 250 people down to just 25 people as the developer moves toward "majority studio closure," Gamasutra, The Verge, and US Gamer, and former Telltale employees reported Friday.

— Telltale Games (@telltalegames) September 21, 2018

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23. Facebook Pages can now join Facebook GroupsПт., 21 сент.[−]

Your Facebook Page can now join members-only Facebook Groups.

In a new setting update spotted by social media aficionado Matt Navarra, Facebook is now going to let Pages on the site interact with communities through Facebook Groups. 

Handy... Facebook is now letting Pages join Groups

h/t @MariSmith

— Matt Navarra (@MattNavarra) September 19, 2018

Within Facebook Group settings, a new option has popped up for group owners that enables them to “allow Pages to request to join as group members.” Previously, only personal profiles could join Facebook Groups and post and comment within them. Read more...

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24. China blocks TwitchПт., 21 сент.[−]

Last month, Twitch popularity surged in China thanks to the streaming service's coverage of eSports events during the Asian Games. So many Chinese people flocked to the service that the iOS Twitch app surged to third spot in the free app charts. However, the service and its app are now blocked in China.

As Abacus reports, Twitch confirmed the block is in place meaning the Twitch website can't be accessed and no streaming can be initiated or watched in China. The Twitch app has also been removed from the App Store there. We don't know what triggered the block by the Chinese authorities, and if Twitch knows it isn't telling anyone yet. Read more...

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25. This guy makes a 'September' music video every year, and this year it's the bestПт., 21 сент.[−]

Demi Adejuyigbe knows how to commit to a bit. 

The comedian has been heralding in every autumn with a tribute to Earth, Wind & Fire — dancing to their eternal banger "September" every September 21. 

The tradition started in 2016, when he tweeted a video of himself grooving to the song. Wearing a t-shirt that reads "SEPT 21" on the front and "THAT'S TODAY" on the back, Adejuyigbe's tweet went viral for being freaking fun.

But then he followed up a year later — this time, he jazzed up his performance with a red curtain.  Read more...

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26. Twitter bug potentially exposed DMs to unauthorized developers for over a yearПт., 21 сент.[−]

Well this isn't good. 

Late Friday morning, Twitter notified a select group of users that some of their private messages might not have been exactly, well, private. The warning, issued to at least one Mashable reporter in the form of a popup within the mobile app, says the issue has been ongoing since May of last year. 

That's right, this bug may have been exposing some of your direct messages for 16 months. 

"On Monday, September 10, we identified a bug that may have sent one or more of your Direct Messages or protected Tweets (if your account was protected at the time) to Twitter developers who were not authorized to received them," read the message. "The issue has persisted since May 2017, but we resolved it immediately upon discovering it." Read more...

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27. This all-in-one wallet is a lifesaverПт., 21 сент.[−]

Check out this sleek and stylish wallet by Strapo. It can hold up to 10 cards as well as some cash to boot. Better yet, it prevents electronic pickpocketing. Pretty nifty!

Heads up: All products featured here are selected by Mashable's commerce team and meet our rigorous standards for awesomeness. If you buy something, Mashable may earn an affiliate commission. Read more...

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28. Here are the perfect gifts for any 'Fortnite' fanaticПт., 21 сент.[−]

My dad plays Fortnite, my little cousin plays it, even an ex of mine plays it—and at some point they all forced me to watch them slaughter dozens of players on the TV screen. So, if you're like me, and are constantly surrounded by Fortnite fanatics, then you know how much this game means to them.

But what better way to show them that you kind of understand their obsession, than by getting your loved one a Fortnite-themed gift. Sure, you'll feed into their habit, but what matters the most is that you're hip, cool, and totally "get them."

It can be hard to find the perfect Battle Royale gift if you know nothing about the game. Thankfully, there are some products out there that combine the game's imagery and art with a cute object of your choosing.  Read more...

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29. Best 4K TV deals this weekend: Save on Sony, Samsung, LG, and moreПт., 21 сент.[−]

Now that the weekend is here, it's probably a good time to think about upgrading your old TV for a shiny and new 4K smart TV. We've gathered the best deals on 4K TVs from Amazon, Walmart, Target, and the Samsung Store. No matter the size of your living room, we pretty sure there's a 4K TV on sale that you'll love.

For TVs 40 inches and up, Samsung's Flat 49-inch 4K UHD 8 Series Smart TV is on sale for just $697.99, while a 43-inch Smart UHD Bright Pro TV by Philips is priced at $329.99. Meanwhile, Sony's 49-inch 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV is discounted to $748.00. Read more...

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30. PayPal makes it harder to buy shady supplements from InfowarsПт., 21 сент.[−]

PayPal confirmed Friday that it was dropping support for all Infowars websites, where conspiracy theorist Alex Jones makes serious cash selling shady health supplements.

"Our values are the foundation for the decision," a PayPal spokesperson told Mashable in a statement.  "We undertook an extensive review of the Infowars sites, and found instances that promoted hate or discriminatory intolerance against certain communities and religions, which run counter to our core value of inclusion."

Jones might have become famous for his angry, hate-filled rants, as well as pushing disgusting conspiracy theories like the Sandy Hook shooting was a hoax, but he made lots of money selling supplements such as "Brain Force Plus" and "Alpha Power" online.  Read more...

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