One app wants to help you elect Clinton through trading your vote

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Amit Kumar thinks his new app #NeverTrump has the potential to ensure Hillary Clinton wins the presidency, Donald Trump stays far from the White House and third-party supporters’ votes can still count.

“Let’s ensure Hillary wins in swing states, and make sure third-party votes count,” #NeverTrump’s website reads. “We match Hillary voters in blue states with third-party voters in swing states to help them trade votes. Hillary gets more swing votes and third-party candidates get their votes counted.”

Mashable spoke with Amit Kumar on the phone about the app, which his company Trimian started developing after the Democratic National Convention in late July and officially launched Sept. 12. Read more…

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The ‘Stranger Things’ kids are back in one beautiful photo

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LOS ANGELES — They’re back. Well, for the most part.

On Friday, Netflix gave Stranger Things fans a peek at Season 2 with a cryptic tweet.

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— Stranger Things (@Stranger_Things) November 4, 2016

The upside-down photo is of a table read featuring members of the cast, including newcomers Sadie Sink and Dacre Montgomery, as well as Millie Bobby Brown (Eleven) and the rest of the squad.

The text reads: “back in production see you next year #strangerthings.”

Missing from the photo are the show’s adults, including Winona Ryder (Joyce) and David Harbour (Jim Hopper). Read more…

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