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UPS drones have FAA approval, but don't expect them at your house anytime soon The company hacking away at the red tape keeping us all from a world of instantaneous drone delivery is ... UPS? The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has granted the logistics company a key approval on the way to delivering packages by drone. It has awarded UPS's "Flight Forward" drone delivery program Part 135 certification, which means UPS is basically a government recognized drone airline. As opposed to other companies that have approval for location-specific testing programs, UPS can now officially operate as many drones as it pleases, wherever it wants. But there's a big catch. SEE ALSO: Domino's Uses a Drone to Deliver a Pizza Read more...More about Ups, Drone Delivery, Tech, and Drones https://mashable.com/article/ups-faa-drone-delivery-approval/

Best VPNs for torrenting: File sharers and movie downloaders, take note This just in: Torrenting is so hot right now. Unlike most things that came into being in 2004 — Livestrong bracelets, Napoleon Dynamite, Lindsay Lohan's debut studio album Speak — the popular torrent client BitTorrent is seeing a modern resurgence. That's according to Sandvine's latest Global Internet Phenomena Report, an annual study of the state of internet traffic, which went on to cite the competitive streaming service market as the reason for this uptick in BitTorrent usage (and online piracy in general).  The logic makes sense, TBH: More and more companies are pulling their content from Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Prime Video to put them on their own streaming platforms as "exclusives." (Lookin' at you, NBCUniversal.) So, instead of paying for a bunch of different streaming service subscriptions, why not just cherry-pick your favorite titles via torrenting? Read more...More about Tech, Apps, Streaming, Vpn, and Mashable Shopping IMAGE: ExpressVPN BEST OVERALL CHOICE (PAID) ExpressVPN Whether you're a regular or occasional torrenter, this ultra-secure, fast, and user friendly VPN will serve you well. Monthly plan: $12.95/month Six-month plan: $9.99/month 12-month plan: $8.32/month IMAGE: Mashable BEST OVERALL CHOICE (FREE) Windscribe Windscribe is pretty remarkable for a free VPN, but users should be mindful of the implications of its location within a Five Eyes country. Free plan: Requires confirmed email address Monthly plan: $9/month Annual plan: $4.08/month (billed $49 every 12 months) IMAGE: Mashable BEST VALUE Surfshark It still has a few kinks to work out, but we're already impressed with this 1-year-old VPN — especially at such a great price point. Monthly plan: $11.95/month 12-month plan: $5.99/month (billed $71.88 every 12 months) 24-month plan: $1.99/month (billed $47.76 every 24 months) IMAGE: BEST FOR SECURITY WORRY-WARTS NordVPN With industry-leading security features and a stringent no-logging policy, this Panama-based service should be your go-to VPN if you're paranoid about privacy. Monthly plan: $11.95/month One-year plan: $6.99/month Two-year plan: $3.99/month Three-year plan: $2.99/month IMAGE: BEST VPN FOR NOVICES CyberGhost VPN Just getting into VPNs? The friendly CyberGhost will walk you through the basics and help you torrent anonymously. Monthly plan: $12.99/month One-year plan: $5.99/month (billed $71.88 every year) Two-year plan: $3.69/month (billed $88.56 every two years) Three-year plan: $2.75/month (billed $99 every three years) IMAGE: IPVanish BEST FOR SPEED IPVanish VPN This VPN will appeal to torrent buffs who want a good balance of speed and security. Monthly plan: $10/month Quarterly plan: $8.99/month (billed $26.99 every three months) Annual plan: $6.49/month (billed $77.99 every year) https://mashable.com/roundup/best-vpns-for-torrenting/

Activists sail to Chile from Amsterdam, following Greta Thunberg's footsteps Greta Thunberg inspired a wave of strikes against climate change and now, other activists are following the Swedish teenager's lead and ditching planes. 36 climate activists left Amsterdam today for #cop25 in Santiago de Chile. They are going by sailboat! Safe journey and fair winds @AnunaDe and everyone. See you in Santiago! https://t.co/oQd9np0A0p — Greta Thunberg (@GretaThunberg) October 3, 2019 A group of environmental activists, students, and entrepreneurs are sailing to Chile from Amsterdam for the U.N. climate change conference COP25. The journey began on Oct. 2. and should last about seven weeks, according to the organization, Sail to the Cop's, website. This follows Greta Thunberg's journey on a sailboat from the UK to New York City this summer for the U.N. Climate Action Summit. Read more...More about Social Good, Climate Change, Sailing, Greta Thunberg, and Social Good https://mashable.com/article/climate-activists-sailing-cop25/

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