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T-Mobile is knocking $50 off the Apple Watch Series 3 – Mashable

Mashable T- Mobile is knocking $50 off the Apple Watch Series 3 Mashable Just to let you know, if you buy something featured here, Mashable might earn an affiliate commission. T- Mobile is offering $50 off the Apple Watch Series 3 starting Dec. 8 and running for an unspecified amount of time. (We inquired with a press rep ... and more »

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Save $50 on the new Apple Watch Series 3 with T-Mobile – Mashable

Mashable Save $50 on the new Apple Watch Series 3 with T- Mobile Mashable Just to let you know, if you buy something featured here, Mashable might earn an affiliate commission. T- Mobile is offering $50 off the Apple Watch Series 3 starting Dec. 8 and running for an unspecified amount of time. (We inquired with a press rep ... and more »

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How a budget wireless carrier re-invented the home phone – Mashable

Mashable How a budget wireless carrier re-invented the home phone Mashable Got a smartphone? Then you must also have a wireless plan, and if you live in the U.S., chances are it's with one of the big four — Verizon, AT&T, T- Mobile , or Sprint. However, there are a bunch of other carriers you may have seen around, carriers ... and more »

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HomeKit bug allowed hackers to open smart locks – Mashable

Mashable HomeKit bug allowed hackers to open smart locks Mashable Apple has fixed a vulnerability in its HomeKit internet-of-things platform that allowed a hacker to take remote control of users' gadgets, including smart locks. 9to5Mac first wrote about the vulnerability, which it says is "difficult to reproduce ... Zero-day iOS HomeKit vulnerability allowed remote access to smart accessories including locks, fix rolling out 9to5Mac all 64 news articles »

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Apple issues a fix for a HomeKit bug that let hackers open smart locks – Mashable

Mashable Apple issues a fix for a HomeKit bug that let hackers open smart locks Mashable Apple has fixed a vulnerability in its HomeKit internet-of-things platform that allowed a hacker to take remote control of users' gadgets, including smart locks. 9to5Mac first wrote about the vulnerability, which it says is "difficult to reproduce ... Zero-day iOS HomeKit vulnerability allowed remote access to smart accessories including locks, fix rolling out 9to5Mac all 64 news articles »

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5 things to know this week: agencies use NDAs to cover up harassment, Mashable’s video ambitions and more – Digiday

Digiday 5 things to know this week: agencies use NDAs to cover up harassment, Mashable's video ambitions and more Digiday The Economist established three “tribes” — one each for its desktop site, newsletters and mobile site — containing product, editorial and audience staffers to work on product and strategy initiatives like boosting readers' time on site. The ...

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Street Fight Daily: 2018 Local Ad Spend Projections, Mashable Pivots Away from Video – Street Fight

Street Fight Street Fight Daily: 2018 Local Ad Spend Projections, Mashable Pivots Away from Video Street Fight Mobile , which is becoming a $19 billion market, will move into the No. 3 position in terms of generating revenue. This channel will account for 12.6% of the local ad spend in 2018, reaching 19.2% by 2022. Adthena Giving Culture the Credit It Deserves ...

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Southern California’s wildfire siege in photos – Mashable

Mashable Southern California's wildfire siege in photos Mashable Southern California is no stranger to wildfires, but even by historical standards, the events of early December 2017 stand out. The dreaded Santa Ana winds, which transport warm, dry air from inland toward the coast, have been unceasing. The air is dry ... and more »

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Tim Cook ‘optimistic’ Chinese cyber regulators will allow pulled apps back on iPhone – Mashable

Mashable Tim Cook 'optimistic' Chinese cyber regulators will allow pulled apps back on iPhone Mashable Apple CEO Tim Cook expressed 'hope' that the communist Chinese government will allow Apple to reinstate certain apps to the tech giant's App Store on Wednesday. Earlier this year, Apple removed some messaging and VPM apps — which allow users to mask ... and more »

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