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How Genetic Engineering Fixed My Stupid Back
Decades worth of the genetic research helped create the treatments that finally cured my back.



Google Classroom Could Bridge a Gap in Online Learning
With its emphasis on simplicity and collaboration, Google Classroom could be a conduit for in-person classrooms and learning management systems.



Whatever Happened to Customer Support?
The cost of providing tech support is high; some companies don't even bother. But I have had surprisingly good interactions with one much-maligned firm.



How iOS 11 Brings Steve Jobs's Vision for the iPad to Life
Three features coming in iOS 11 could change the way I work on the road, and bring to life a vision Steve Jobs had for the iPad back in 2010.



My Favorite E3 2017 Moments
E3 has something for every gamer type. Here's what I thoroughly enjoyed at the world's largest video game convention.



Apple May Build a Car, But No One Will Buy It
Based on Tim Cook's comments and the company's core competencies, autonomous ride-sharing tech could bring Apple success via robo-taxis.



Audio Enthusiasts Should Tinker With HomePod, Echo
The world of audio could be turned upside down if these over-priced egg timers from Apple, Google, and Amazon were hacked.



Why Are AR Innovators Ignoring the Smartphone?
Even with the success of Pokemon Go, this crowd at a recent AR conference almost exclusively focused on goggles or glasses.



As Driverless Car Efforts Ramp Up, Keep an Eye on Delphi
Major auto makers and startups like Lyft, Uber, and Waymo might hog the self-driving car headlines, but Delphi is one to watch, too, as evidenced by a new partnership with France's Transdev.



Shopping for a TV? Good Luck
There is no way regular people can keep up with constant changes to modern TV tech.



Publishers Wisely Tap eSports for E3 Hype
Professional gamers boost the brand awareness of several upcoming titles. This is a good thing.



Why We Should Be Worried About Tiny Robot Spies
DARPA has been trying to develop tiny spy drones for years. Once perfected, they will be a powerful new weapon against groups like ISIS, but they'll also mark the end of ever being able to go offline.



Can the New iPad Pro Replace My Laptop? Not Quite
With iOS 11 on iPad Pro, Apple figures out that touch screens are good for laptops, but its improvements don't go far enough.



Injustice 2, Tekken 7 Set the New Fighting Game Standards
Arcade modes are no longer the end-all, be-all in fighting games. Drama, customization, and wow-factor push the genre forward.



With HomePod, Apple Just Wants to Shake Things Up (For Now)
There's room for two smart voice platforms; Apple just wants HomePod to be in second place.



For a Crash Course in STEM, Head to a Maker Faire
A HoloLens demo or coding boot camp could spark an idea for the next Google, Facebook, or Apple.



Self-Driving Cars: Job Killers or New World Order?
Automation could kill trucking jobs, but the real issue is how to retrain workers.



Forget Man vs. Machine: It's Time for Computer vs. Computer
Pitting super-smart PCs against humans proves nothing. The really money should go into getting the artificial intelligences to battled it out with each other.



What Apple and Microsoft Can Teach Google and Facebook
Can companies that focus solely on advertisers create value for more than just themselves?



Who Do You Trust More With Your Safety: Google or Ford?
A new survey from Inrix notes that carmakers have advantages—for now—in the race to win over consumers with autonomous technology.



Trump Budget Slashes NEH Funding: Why You Should Care
If you care about open access, online learning, or the digital humanities, you have a vested interest in sustaining the NEH. Here's how to help.



Amazon Books Should Open Where They're Most Needed
Manhattan is not hurting for bookstores, but Queens and the Bronx are. Amazon Books should look to the outer boroughs for its next outpost.



Video Gaming for Fun and Profit
Our writer takes a deep dive into the profitable world of eSports.



Quit Blaming North Korea for Everything
Kim Jong-Un doesn't do ransomware, but lazy headlines and even lazier law enforcement want you to think so.



Early Adopters Love Their Apple AirPods
According to a recent survey, 98 percent of AirPod owners are very satisfied or satisfied with Apple's headphones.



Does Android Wear Have a Future?
Long delayed and increasingly restricted, Android Wear has an uncertain future.



Scared of Driverless Cars? Here, Look at This Screen
Waymo will show messages to 'help ease passengers' concerns' when they're no longer in control.



At I/O, Android Takes Backseat to Machine Learning
As Google puts its machine learning at the forefront, Android is just another platform.



New Features Make Google Home a Worthy Echo Rival
Google raises the bar for its Home device by correcting some of its initial missteps.



The Return of Arcade Sports Titles Makes Video Games Great Again
Arcade-styled sports games were everywhere, but when the seventh console generation arrived, they were no more. Then came Rocket League.