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Chief Correspondent and Editor-at-Large — Mashable

Chief Correspondent and Editor-at-Large of Mashable, tech expert, social media commentator, amateur cartoonist and robotics fan.

Diji unveils 4K steadicam selfie stick — It isn't always easy to take the sharpest selfies or best panorama shots. Even with better smartphone cameras, higher resolutions and optical image stabilization, the rest of our equipment - our own hands and arms - is shaky and inconsistent. Diji, though, thinks it has a solution: a handheld, fully stabilized 4K camera called Osmo.

Samsung Galaxy Gear S2 is the best round smart watch on the market — It's finally happening. The smartwatch market is growing up. Manufacturers are learning from their own mistakes and those of others. They're listening to customers and paying attention to fashion and watch history. And with the arrival of Samsung's wholly refashioned Gear S2 smartwatch, we now have two or more solid contenders for the best wearables on the market.

Inside the creation of the Microsoft Surface Book — No one saw it coming: The Surface Book, history's first Microsoft laptop (or notebook, if you prefer). And has there ever been a more apt setting for a special delivery than the giant and largely defunct Post Office building in Midtown Manhattan in New York City?
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Hands on with Twitter Moments — Twitter Moments was not designed with me in mind, but that doesn't mean it's wrong. I've been on Twitter, once known as a micro-blogging service, since 2007 and have never really looked back. It's both my inner and outer voice. The place where I get to share what's important and wax random 140-character thoughts.
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Microsoft's big devices event: What to expect — The prediction for Microsoft's big devices even on Tuesday in New York City is pretty simple. There will be hardware - potentially a lot of it. Without a doubt, though, the star of the show will be the eagerly anticipated Surface Pro 4.

Elon Musk won't nuke Mars, just give it 2 temporary suns — NEW YORK - Elon Musk has made no secret of his desire to colonize and, perhaps, travel to Mars. Now, the possible discovery of liquid water on the red planet has reenergized his affection for it and now he's trying to clarify his idea for heating up the planet with nuclear bombs.
Oct 02, 2015

RT @nycjim: Elon Musk has a simple way to make Mars more hospitable: creating suns with nuclear bombs.…

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Elon Musk and SolarCity unveil the ‘World’s most efficient’ solar panel — The sun is a virtually endless supply of energy that goes mostly untapped. The solar panels you see covering the roofs of an increasing number of homes and businesses capture some of that energy, at least during the daytime and when there isn't extensive cloud cover, but, by most standards, they are incredibly inefficient.

Peeple is not the worst app idea ever — Nothing gets enraged en masse like the Internet. Peeple, an app that doesn't even exist yet, is already been declared the " most odious idea" our digital culture has cooked up this year. It's an assessment that may be true, although I hesitate to see how an app can set in motion cultural decay or oblivion.

'Major' IBM breakthrough breathes new life into Moore’s Law — Silicon is dead. Long live, carbon nanotubes. In transistors, size matters - a lot. You can't squeeze more silicon transistors (think billions of them) into a processor unless you can make them smaller, but the smaller these transistors get, the higher the resistance between contacts, which means the current can't flow freely through them and, in essence, the transistors and chips built based on them, can no longer do their jobs.

'A Charlie Brown Christmas' stamps show us what the holidays are all about — A Charlie Brown Christmas, the 50-year-old animated special that taught generations of Peanuts fans the true meaning of Christmas and how to make any Christmas tree look special is now being immortalized in U.S. Postal Service Stamps. The colorful, and instantly classic, stamp collection commemorates the special's 50th anniversary and the 65th anniversary of the Peanuts comic strip (which is on Oct.
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Oct 10, 2015

RT @washingtonpost: Jerry Parr, Secret Service agent who helped save President Reagan, dies at 85

Oct 09, 2015

Facebook Reactions are here, and they're worse than we feared… @petepachal isn't feeling Reactions

Oct 09, 2015

It might just me, but I think Google Drive is back. Now everybody back to work...Oh wait, it's Friday. Nevermind.

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