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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 Lance Ulanoff and Senior Tech Correspondent Raymond Wong. We also have special guest, Deputy Tech Editor Damon Beres joining us.

Watch incredible footage of 88 satellites from historic launch enter orbit


A new video shows a flock of 88 tiny satellites stretching their wings in space for the first time on Tuesday.

Watch incredible footage of 88 satellites from historic launch enter orbit


A new video shows a flock of 88 tiny satellites stretching their wings in space for the first time on Tuesday.

GoFundMe teams up with Special Olympics to empower athletes with disabilities


A new partnership will help Olympians get to Austria next month for the 2017 Special Olympics World Winter Games, and it’s empowering the intellectual disability community in the process.

Crowdfunding platform GoFundMe announced a “global sponsorship” with the Special Olympics on Thursday, launching nearly 500 online campaigns to support athletes, teams and delegations. The effort not only encourages people around the world to pitch in, but also spotlights the personal stories of those…

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Alone tonight? Why not go on a date with Amazon’s Alexa?


Still haven’t landed a date with Mr. or Ms. Right for tonight? Don’t worry, you don’t need to be alone on Valentine’s Day. The answer is right there within shouting distance: Alexa.

Alexa, the AI voice assistant, is already the heart and soul of Amazon’s Echo, Dot and Tap speakers. You may already be one of the many people who love her. A quarter million people have already asked her to marry them, but so far she’s still single. So now’s the time to enjoy her company. And maybe some alcohol…

Yes, Hillary Clinton tweeted about the end of Michael Flynn. Yes, it was glorious.



Hillary Clinton only puts down the cheese platter and logs off Netflix for special occasions these days (she deserves a break). And today was special.

White House national security adviser Michael Flynn resigned late Monday after reports emerged that he mislead the administration about his talks with Russia before Donald Trump even took office. We won’t got into it here, but it’s juicy.

Needless to day, Twitter enjoyed itself. After all, Flynn was trotted out regularly on the campaign trail

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A very pregnant Ciara has the perfect Whitney Houston tribute



Saturday marked the fifth anniversary of Whitney Houston’s death, and folks found unique ways of paying their respects to the legendary singer—but no one managed to honor Houston quite like Ciara.

Exit the 12th Doctor: Peter Capaldi says he’s moving on



A few days after Doctor Who fans lost Sir John Hurt, one of the finest actors to ever play the Doctor, they also lost the character’s current incarnation.

Hold onto your Big Mac, the special sauce is comin’ home



As any devout Big Mac lover knows, the special sauce is where its allure lies.

Sundance documentary ‘Legion of Brothers’ reveals the heroism and horror of war



Immediately after the September 11 attacks, the U.S. government initiated a secret war in Afghanistan.