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Recent articles by Mariella:

Tesla's utility-sized Megapack battery may debut in California

Tesla chief Elon Musk once dropped a hint about a "large product on the stationary storage side" in an interview, and some clues found online showed that the co... → Read More

Hyundai Kona EV could cost you less than $30,000

Hyundai's crossover EV has a $36,450 starting price. → Read More

Facebook might cut funding for some Watch news shows

Facebook plans to cut the funding for some news shows on the Watch platform, according to The Information. The social media just renewed four Watch originals an... → Read More

Anki's cute Vector robot will soon get Alexa integration

Vector, Anki's tiny Wall-E look-alike, is getting Alexa integration by way of a software update rolling out on December 17th. Company chief Boris Sofman first a... → Read More

Tumblr is back on the App Store ahead of 'adult content' ban

Tumblr is back in the App Store. Apple pulled the app from iTunes in November, and it was reportedly due to the presence child exploitation photos on the platfo... → Read More

NASA's InSight lander proves it's on Mars with a selfie

The InSight lander has taken what could be the first of many selfies on Mars. → Read More

Amazon finally puts Google's Chromecast back on its virtual shelves

You can now get a Google Chromecast from Amazon just in time for Christmas. Sure, you can buy the streaming device from the Play shop and other retailers, but t... → Read More

Marvel's Defenders probably won't return on TV until 2020

You won't see a new Luke Cage, Daredevil or Iron Fist show on Disney+ soon after the service launches. Even if Marvel decides to revive the shows for Disney's s... → Read More

Virgin Galactic could soon reach space for the first time

Virgin Galactic is leveling up the SpaceShipTwo's test flights and is planning to burn its rocket motor for durations far longer than it has before. The aerospa... → Read More

Tesla sues its alleged saboteur for $167 million

Tesla wants Martin Tripp to pay up big time -- it's seeking a whopping $167 million from the former employee, which company chief Elon Musk once called a sabote... → Read More

LG's Gram laptop line adds a 2-in-1 and 'lightest' 17-inch model

LG will showcase two new entries to its ultralight Gram lineup at CES 2019 -- one of them is a 17-inch laptop for those who prefer large screens, while the othe... → Read More

Texas will soon provide inmates with 3D-printed dentures

Starting in the spring, Texas will 3D print dentures for toothless inmates. → Read More

Facebook patents tech that can guess where you're going next

Facebook might not only know where you are in the future, but also where you're going next. Buzzfeed News has discovered that the social network has filed a pat... → Read More

Apple releases its first Beddit sleep monitoring device

Apple's first Beddit sleep tracker since it purchased the company last year is now available on its website. → Read More

Australia's controversial anti-encryption bill passes into law

Australia has passed the Access and Assistance Bill 2018, a controversial anti-encryption bill Apple opposed, into law. → Read More

The US is warning other countries against using Huawei's 5G tech

Back in October, American politicians asked Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to reconsider Huawei's involvement in his country's 5G plans. Turns out Canad... → Read More

Blizzard may copy 'Pokémon Go' for a 'Warcraft' mobile game

To say that Diablo Immortal's announcement wasn't well-received would be an understatement, but just because Blizzard got a lot of flak for it doesn't mean it'l... → Read More

Amazon allows Australians to shop from its US store again

Amazon has announced that it will no longer block Australians from accessing its US and other international websites just in time for its Black Friday sales. Th... → Read More

Sticky hydrogel could revolutionize knee surgery

Researchers from EPFL have developed a material that doctors can use to treat broken and torn cartilages. → Read More

Google will demand verification from European political ad buyers

When the campaign period for the European Parliament elections begin next year, political parties and candidates will have to be prepared to prove their identit... → Read More