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We really want the Motorola Razr to make a comeback

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Did you hear? The Motorola Razr might be coming back. I for one am STOKED. Think about it, could a flip phone running Android be a big hit in 2016? We think it could totally work. At the very least, the prospects are probably better than whatever is happening at Microsoft.

This week on MashTalk, Christina, Lance and Pete discuss the new changes coming to Twitter (0:30). We then delve into Xiaomi’s new Mi Drone (10:30) and the…

Here’s what to do if you’re worried about cellphones causing cancer

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A recent report from the U.S. National Toxicology Program found low incidences of cancer development in rats exposed to radio frequencies commonly emitted by cellphones. While older reports have shown that cellphones aren’t noticeably harmful for humans, it’s still a concerning development.

If you are concerned, and want to prevent the small possibility that radio-frequency emissions from your cellphone might cause…

Photomyne grabs $2.6 million to bring your old photos online

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Photomyne grabs $2.6 million to bring your old photos online

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Airbnb + HotelTonight = new startup Overnight

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Airbnb + HotelTonight = new startup Overnight

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Airbnb + HotelTonight = new startup Overnight

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Twitter tunes into Spotify to soundtrack its audio cards

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PayPal drives another nail into the Windows Phone and BlackBerry coffins

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In February, PayPal launched a new version of its mobile app, 6.0, and it wants iPhone and Android users to upgrade to it until the end of June. Windows Phone, BlackBerry and Amazon Fire users, however, are getting a different message: Paypal is discontinuing the app on these platforms on June 30.