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This wearable can turn your dance moves into music

Making music you can dance to is so 2017.  But dancing to make music is, potentially, the future. SEE ALSO: The newest Barbie is a smart doll you can’t touch That’s clearly the perspective of Daigo Kusunoki, an engineer who loves to dance. The twin wristbands he’s showing off this ...

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This keychain can take away that annoying jingle your keys make

‘KeyBolt’ can turn your bulky and jingly keys into a neat stack. You can quickly select the key you need with one hand.  Read more…More about Sleek, Compact, Swiss Army Knife, Keybolt, and Keyholder Please click the link below to view full content: Source – Mashable: This keychain can take ...

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'Lightseekers' puts the action back into action figures

Lightseekers, the role-playing game from Play Fusion and TOMY that seeks to bring video game action into the real world, has made the transition from Kickstarter to store shelves.  On Saturday, at the New York Toy Fair, the makers announced that the game will get Toys “R” Us distribution, with ...

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

Is Apple trying to tell us something?  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. The tweets seem to be from regular Twitter users who are either skeptical about getting an ...

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

With a fresh wave of iPhone rumors suggesting Apple’s next phone could ditch the home button, and news that Apple is moving its annual developer conference back to San Jose for the first time in years, you may have lost track of some of the best new apps. Luckily, we’re ...

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

Welcome back to another week of MashTalk. 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.S. As always, MashTalk is hosted by our Tech Editor Pete Pachal along with Chief Correspondent ...

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The biodegradable paper airplane that could revolutionize humanitarian aid

Paper planes aren’t just for passing secret notes across the classroom anymore. Now, they can even save lives. Otherlab, an engineering research and development lab based in San Francisco, has created the world’s most advanced industrial paper airplanes. The paper gliders look almost like stealth fighters, capable of carrying more ...

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

Over her nearly 60-year life, Barbie has taken on many forms, but she’s never been a hologram. Now, though, she is having a truly out-of-body experience, showing up in her first holographic figure, Hello Barbie Hologram. Barbie parent company Mattel unveiled the semi-translucent and chatty AI figure, which lives inside ...

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How Donald Trump's own tweets could be his undoing

On Dec. 7, 2015, Donald Trump sent a tweet that now feels darkly foreboding. It was titled a “Statement on Preventing Muslim Immigration” and attached was a link to a radical, nearly unimaginable approach to U.S. immigration policy: a clear call to totally exclude one specific religious group. “Donald J. ...

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Worried about your public Facebook data? You might want to try these tools

If you’re a Facebook user, by now you probably know that every “like” and piece of information gets aggregated into a set of anonymized data, which eventually turns into advertising dollars for the social media giant.  Facebook offers multiple layers of privacy settings so the world doesn’t have to see ...

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