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T-Mobile is the way to go if you want the fastest 4G LTE in the U.S.

Image: U. Baumgarten/Getty ImagesT-Mobile has been crowned the top wireless network in the U.S., according to OpenSignal's "2018 State of Mobile Networks" report. The "uncarrier" blew past Verizon, AT&T, and Sprint in five out of six major metric tests, besting the competition on 4G download speed, 3G download speed,

Facebook’s News Feed is beyond saving

Image: Bob Al-Greene/MashableWhat is the Facebook News Feed for?  In 2018, the answer is less certain than ever. Mark Zuckerberg now says it should be "good for people," like kale, polio vaccines, or any number of things that aren't data-harvesting, Russian propaganda-boosting social networks. SEE ALSO: I deleted Facebook

Lifehack: Delete Twitter from your phone, because it is the worst

Image: ANADOLU AGENCY/GETTY IMAGESTwitter sucks. Twitter was once great. It was exciting and weird and small and capable of aiding and abetting literal revolutions. And now, people are leaving Twitter In favor of safer spaces — not just away from people who completely disagree with them, or trolls, but

It’s not too late for Apple to make MacBooks great again

The MacBook Air is widely considered the best computer ever made.Image: megan uno/mashableTen years ago, Steve Jobs hopped on stage at Macworld 2008 and did another one of his seemingly impossible magic tricks: He undid the string on a manila envelope, pulled out the MacBook Air, and forever changed

Neil Patrick Harris next project: His own channel for smart TVs

The IAm Neil Patrick Harris AppImage: Pete Pachal/MashableWant to know what your favorite celebrity is up to? These days it’s pretty straightforward: Follow them on social media.  But if that celebrity happens to be Neil Patrick Harris, it’s even easier — just download the IAm Neil Patrick Harris app,

Facebook’s emphasis on comments is coming 10 years too late

Image: VICKY LETA/MASHABLETo push things forward, Facebook is going backward. Facebook announced Thursday night that it will be revamping its News Feed, all in an effort to get users seeing more "meaningful" content from friends and family and spur engagement. What does Facebook count as engagement around meaningful content?