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Until We Ban Data Brokers, Online Privacy Is a Pipe Dream
Facebook is only the first of a wave of artificial intelligence that will seek to manipulate us. To stop them, we need to stop them from sharing data.

I'm Stuck in the Facebook Trap
Facebook is destroying us through a diet of noise and anger. But it doesn't need to be subject to regulation: it needs a conscience.

What if Amazon Closed Up Shop Tomorrow?
Is your life and business so intertwined with Amazon services that you'd be totally screwed without

Why I Dumped Google for Bing
Microsoft's got a lot of great things going on with its maps service (but I won't go into why this i

Do Your Kids Know What Microsoft Office Is?
Microsoft will not lose any significant ground to Google in the short term, but it should be concerned about Google's dominance among kids and those entering the workforce.

Broadcom-Qualcomm Deal Needed to Die, But Not This Way
The government's decision to stop Broadcom from buying Qualcomm protects US innovation. But it was done because of dangerously overblown fears about Huawei and China.

No Women Speakers at Your Conference? That's Your Fault
It's time to stop saying there are no women panelists out there.

The Old Man and the Smartphone
The reason phones today are such a big deal is due to one absolute human need: finger fidgeting.

With the Galaxy S9, Samsung's Redemption Is Complete
The biggest potential for the Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ is within the enterprise.

Ford's Deal With Domino's Is About More Than Just Pizza
Ford's deal with Domino's is a turning point in self-driving tech and automated home delivery.

How Ditching Consoles for a Gaming PC Improved My Life
I jumped ship from consoles not because of a lust for specs and raw horsepower. It was the mental clarity and convenience.

The Ups and Downs of Quantifying Your Life
The impact of the data collected by wearables will be much greater than we imagined.

The Internet Is a Piss-Poor Archive
Try to find something you looked at last week online and you're likely to be very disappointed. But

Why Apple Needs a HomePod Mini
I'd be willing to pay $99 for a HomePod Mini if the speaker quality was at least four times better than what's on Echo Dot and Home Mini.

Can Net Neutrality Survive 5G?
Sensible regulation with reasonable exceptions will be needed to balance net neutrality in a 5G world, says Ericsson CEO Börje Ekholm. How Swedish.

Silicon Valley Reinvents the Bus
Uber and others are creating alternatives to traditional buses. But will riders get onboard?

The Potential Danger of Intel's Vaunt Smart Glasses
They could be just as distracting as your smartphone—if not more.

Qualcomm 'Always Connected' PCs: Should Intel Worry?
Intel's PC processors have never really been optimized for extended battery life, but Qualcomm laptops with a Snapdragon 835 or 845 could provide at least 22 hours of continuous use.

Do Not Give Up On a Microsoft Surface Phone
There's one sure-fire way to make the inevitable Surface Phone a success—and it doesn't involve Wind

Don't Be Afraid of Huawei and ZTE
U.S. intelligence officials say they don't want people to use Huawei or ZTE phones, but we don't think their claims have merit. Here's why.

AI Still Needs to Work on the Intelligence Bit
There's a lot of talk about how artificial intelligence will conquer us all, but if my recent exchange with a Microsoft chatbot is any indication, I shouldn't be worried.

AT&T's Quest to Drive 4K HDR Adoption
I had the privilege of going to Pebble Beach for this year's Pro-AM and got to view AT&T's very impressive broadcast operation.

AR and VR Are 2018's VisiCalc
VisiCalc changed the way people did accounting projects in the early days of the PC. Augmented and virtual reality can do the same for the next era of computing.

Is Bitcoin the Biggest Bubble in Human History?
Cryptocurrency’s value is based entirely on one conceit: its scarcity. But how can something that do

Dragon Ball FighterZ Offers Accessibility Without Compromise
Simple controls, plus the delicious Dragon Ball license, means fighting fun for everyone.

The Quest for the Next Great Ultralight, Ultrathin Laptops
The next decade of ultralight PCs got a boost at CES 2018 with the introduction of Dell's newest XPS 13 and Lenovo's X1 Carbon.

Bitcoin Is the New Beanie Babies
The 90s never died, but some of its economic ideas should have.

Google Can't Save ISP Competition, We Need to Save Ourselves
The prospect of serious home internet competition in the US looks bleak. Do we need to start our own ISPs?

Why Samsung Is Hell-Bent on Making Bixby Happen
Samsung wants Bixby to be the operating system of the 5G world. Don't laugh.

How to Rethink Online Food Delivery
Lots of delivery services pick up restaurant meals to bring to you. The problem with that is: who ne