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What happens when you have a tractor, a couch, and a frozen lake? This, apparently.
Friends enjoying a frigid winter day in Minnesota decided to put a couch on Lake Minnetonka. Somewhere between Excelsior Bay and Wayzata Bay, the friends stumbled upon a man on his farm tractor doing something typically reserved for Target parking lots: donuts. They joined forces, found a couch, and went to town.
Glide or die, my friends. Read more...More about Watercooler, Viral Videos, Friends, Couch, and Tractor
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is well-known for her social media prowess amassing over 2.4 million followers on Twitter and 1.8 million on Instagram. Capitol Hill sources say she will hold a session for the House Democratic Policy and Communications Committee to show how social media can be "an effective tool" to connect with Americans. Read more...More about Twitter, Politics, Mashable Video, Alexandria Ocasio Cortez, and Ocasio Cortez
The time has come to smash open that emergency bottle of whiskey and pour one out for Microsoft's Windows 10 Mobile platform.
Wait, didn't Microsoft's failed mobile operating system and phones already die years ago? Yes, Microsoft stopped building new features, but it still continued to support existing devices with security and stability updates.
But all of it officially comes to an end on Dec. 10. Microsoft has set that date as the official kill date to end all support for Windows 10 Mobile. After that, Window 10 Mobile users are on their own.
And honestly, it's about time Microsoft moves on. Read more...More about Mobile, Microsoft, Smartphones, Windows 10 Mobile, and Tech
Streaming services took off because people were tired of paying outrageously high prices for cable packages they only used part of and for the occasional night at the movies. But as streaming providers proliferate, the cost of cord-cutting is getting higher and higher, and customers are thinking of opting out once again. This week, Netflix introduced price increases, and some of its subscribers have had enough.
The basic Netflix subscription is increasing from $8 to $9, the standard plan is going from $11 to $13, and the premium plan will now be $16 instead of $14. A Streaming Observer survey found 24 percent of respondents "might cancel" Netflix and 3 percent will "definitely cancel" in light of the price hike. Read more...More about Netflix, Streaming Services, Price Increase, Netflix Raises Prices, and Tech
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