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The Jibo home robot just sang its own death knell

Ignored in life, not celebrated in death. It's time to say goodbye to the robot everyone has already forgotten about.  The Jibo home assistant — think of it as a cuter Amazon Echo without all the features — just announced its own retirement to bewildered owners around the world. The smart

8 of the best free antivirus software options

For any PC user, it's important to have effective antivirus software installed. Besides protecting you against nefarious viruses and trojans, antivirus software also blocks spyware and can offer adequate protection against malware and adware.  In the past, antivirus software has been known for slowing down PCs due to its need to

8 of the best mini fridges for booze, beverages, and food

Sometimes you don’t have the space for a large refrigerator. You might live in a tiny apartment,  college dorm, or go camping in an RV where there isn’t room for a giant cold box to store your drinks and food. If you’re spending a lot on takeout or using your

Slack returns for all after being down for a blissful moment in time

UPDATE: Sept. 7, 2018, 2:54 p.m. ET Slack has returned for all. From the company: "Everyone should be able to connect to their workspace again now. We're very sorry for the disruption to your day, and appreciate your patience while we got things fixed up on our end." We hope you

NordVPN review: The VPN for power users

NordVPN $6.99 a month (1-year plan) View Product The Good Incredible array of privacy options • Netflix access • Available in China The Bad A learning curve that could scare off novices • Inconsistent speeds The Bottom Line NordVPN is an excellent full-featured VPN. Sometimes it's slow, but considering most VPNs have speed issues, you won’t find a

Save $75 on a wireless hub that can charge seven devices at a time

Between your smartphone, Bluetooth speaker, external battery, and wireless headphones, you have a lot of things to charge. However, finding the time to power up all your electronics before you leave for work or a busy day is challenging. You could pick up several single-port chargers, an extension cord, and surge

Apple might ditch Intel chips in Macs for its own, starting in 2020

Apple might screw Intel over... starting in 2020. The tech company is reportedly planning to ditch Intel's processors on its Macs and replace them with their own custom-designed chips, according to a report from Bloomberg. SEE ALSO: Apple patent reveals a new crumb-resistant keyboard design for MacBooks The report, sourced from the well-sourced

LG has announced the world’s first 88-inch, 8K OLED TV

Image: LGEvery product here is independently selected by Mashable journalists. If you buy something featured, we may earn an affiliate commission which helps support our work. If you were planning to buy an OLED TV but nothing out there was big enough for you, LG has a treat: The

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