Make playlists when you travel for nostalgia-filled mixes of your trip

Image: Getty Images/Westend61 By Morgan Sung2018-08-13 23:59:14 UTC This is You Won’t Regret It, a new weekly column featuring recommendations, tips, and unsolicited advice from the Mashable culture team. Making playlists is a lot like journaling. I used to journal religiously — every night for almost ten years, I’d pick up a pen and fill dozens of notebooks with a recap of my day. I burned through almost 20 notebooks

Amazing 'Spider-Man' gameplay trailer features its best character: New York City

By Jess Joho2018-08-13 22:53:29 UTC [embedded content] Peter Parker may be all about MJ, but Spider-Man’s a superhero married to the city of New York. By now it’s cliche to call a city – particular New York – the real protagonist of a movie, show, or game. But in the case of Insomniac Games’ Spider-Man, it’s true. We’ve played forty-five minutes of the demo, and it is clear that the

Trump once referred to Nepal as 'nipple' during a meeting

Other Trump gaffes include calling Bhutan “button.”Image: Olivier Douliery/getty images By Morgan Sung2018-08-13 22:17:51 UTC Welcome to another day living under the Trump administration. According to a Politico report published on Monday, during a 2017 briefing to prep for a meeting with the prime minister of India, President Donald Trump called the country of Nepal “nipple” and laughed when he referred to the country of Bhutan as “button.”  Trump’s cultural

Anyone can be the killer on 'Sharp Objects,' except the guy they'll probably arrest

I see you there on that porch, sitting in your sinister pastels…Image: Anne Marie Fox/HBO By Alexis Nedd2018-08-13 21:00:44 UTC There are only two episodes of Sharp Objects to go and many watchers still don’t have a solid idea on who the Wind Gap killer actually is.  At the end of Episode 6, “Cherry,” the chief of police informs Detective Willis that a worker at the pig farm identified teen

FCC claims of DDoS net neutrality attack were 'bogus'

FCC Chairman Ajit Pai, seen here probably realizing that the truth is always the last place you look for it. Like, say, in your giant coffee mug.Image: BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI/getty By Jack Morse2018-08-07 00:41:05 UTC Pretty much everyone saw this coming.  A forthcoming report from the FCC’s Office of Inspector General reportedly dispels earlier dubious claims from the FCC that its comment system was hit by a distributed denial of service

The InfoWars app is still alive and well in the App Store and Google Play

The InfoWars app is alive and well, despite bans elsewhere on Google and Apple platforms.Image: infowars By Karissa Bell2018-08-07 00:09:10 UTC InfoWars host Alex Jones may no longer be able to publish content on YouTube and iTunes, but the companies haven’t removed his content entirely. That’s because these bans so far haven’t extended to InfoWars’ mobile app, which remains available in both Apple’s App Store and Google’s Play Store. Both

First 'American Horror Story: Apocalypse' teaser is absolutely world-ending

By Alison Foreman2018-08-06 23:51:44 UTC [embedded content] Calling all nightmare collectors and scream queens. It is time to reconvene—American Horror Story: Apocalypse is nearly upon us. If you still have the resounding failure that was AHS: Cult freshly seared into memory, you may be hesitant to check back into Ryan Murphy’s hellscape anthology. Luckily, the first teaser for Season 8 features a promising return to the dark and twisty… minus

Your skin will thank you for using a toner

Disclosure Every product here is independently selected by Mashable journalists. If you buy something featured, we may earn an affiliate commission which helps support our work. Yes, girl! Get your tone on.Image: UIG VIA GETTY IMAGES By Xavier Piedra2018-08-06 22:43:48 UTC This is You Won’t Regret It, a weekly column featuring recommendations, tips, and unsolicited advice from the Mashable culture team. PSA: Your skin deserves any and all TLC you

Car rental options pop up again for ride-share drivers, but it's still not worth it

Lyft partners with Avis for more car rental opportunities for drivers.Image: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images By Sasha Lekach2018-08-06 22:11:14 UTC The same story line kept coming up in the early days of ride-hail driving apps: I leased a car to drive for Uber or Lyft, and it ended up costing me too much. That repeated problem and a bad business model led to the end of Uber’s Xchange Leasing program in

Uber's self-driving truck program is done

Otto started Uber’s self-driving truck program. Now it’s all over.Image: ANGELO MERENDINO/AFP/Getty Images By Sasha Lekach2018-07-31 00:22:40 UTC Uber’s self-driving truck program feels like it just took off, but after a court trial and several major leadership changes, it’s been a long road to a dead-end announced Monday.  Back in 2016, Uber acquired Otto — former Google engineer Anthony Levandowski’s self-driving truck startup — and Uber’s self-driving truck program was