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AR Is Poised to Change the Way We Interact With Our Gadgets
We are about to experience the next major user interface advance thanks to augmented and virtual reality.

Election Time
By its nature, technology is neither good or bad, but it can be incredibly political.

Why Driverless Cars Could Become a Target for Road Bullies
Autonomous vehicles will have to learn the written and unwritten rules of the road to integrate with human drivers.

Why Data Is So Important to Educating Girls in Sub-Saharan Africa
Camfed wields numbers to evaluate educational hurdles, pull in partners, and maximize its success.

Don't Get Scammed by Digital Crooks
The feds in the US seem incapable of stopping these phone and pop-up scammers; protect yourself.

Not All Gadget Reviews Are Created Equal
Device testing in some corners of the Web now has a wild, wild west element to it.

Don't Buy a Luxury Car for the Tech
There are huge differences overall between luxury and non-luxury cars. But the technology gap is very narrow.

Here's Why Google Is Lying in its Pixel Ads
Google's new Pixel ads say it's 'only on Verizon,' which is a lie. So why is Google lying? We have an idea.

Why Google Andromeda Might Be Too Little, Too Late
Google's plan for a new OS is a fantastic idea, but one it will never pull off.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 7's Demise Will Only Benefit Apple
By obeying the slim-before-everything mantra, Samsung chased Apple's Jony Ive into the abyss.

Snapchat's Spectacles: Not Just for Millennials
Many will compare Spectacles to Google Glass, but I encourage you to resist the urge.

HP's Elite x3 Should Be the Last Windows Phone
A report punting the 'Surface Phone' out to 2018 shows Windows Phone may finally be dead. Let's end on a high note.

Self-Driving Tech Could Make Truckers Obsolete
Robots could replace 3.5 million trucking jobs and kick to the curb another 1.7 million professional drivers.

The Promise of Fullstack's Pricey But Intriguing Online Coding Program
Fullstack Academy's Remote Immersive program is more expensive, but also more intimate, than a typical online class.

Get Smart With Stacey: How Do I Protect My Smart Home From Hackers?
This week, Stacey tackles IoT security issues and buying your first smart lock.

Is Google Home Ready for Your Family?
Google's new intelligent assistant needs to support multiple users to work well in the home.

The Massive Windows 10 Update Failure
The forced upgrade mentality now prevalent at Microsoft could be the company's undoing.

Why the Google Pixel Won't Be a Game Changer
UPDATE: Did Google design this phone, HTC, or both? We may never know.

Voters Should Reject Tech-Illiterate Candidates
Whoever is elected president or to serve in Congress needs to be more tech-savvy than ever.

Hey Elon, Don't Make Me Spend 30 Years in a Pizza Hut on Mars
I do not believe that Elon Musk is hatching an evil scheme to become a space dictator. But I have concerns.

How Cities Are Making Parking (and Cars) Obsolete
Eliminating parking and reducing vehicle traffic could solve growing pains in cities—if people give up their cars.

Fighting Sexism in Silicon Valley: You're Doing it Wrong
A VC urges women to obscure their photos and names if they want to participate in the tech industry.

Beware the Election's Social Media Nuclear Option
Both presidential candidates have their finger on the button... of social media manipulation.

How Robots Caused Brexit and the Rise of Donald Trump
PCMag talked to Ryan Avent of The Economist about automation's effect on the labor force and politics.

Spectacles Are the Missing Piece of Snapchat's Business Model
The rebranded Snap Inc. is "a camera company" that sells "toys" to the connected generation, and that's a deceptively smart move for a tech startup finally realizing what kind of company it is.

Apple's Project Titan Is Not About Building a Car
If Cupertino was killing Project Titan, why would it bring back Bob Mansfield?

Feds to Self-Driving Car Developers: Show Us Your Data
One of the most hotly debated points will be the proposed sharing of autonomous vehicle data.

Get Smart With Stacey: Which Connected Devices Are Best for Renters?
Stacey covers how renters can take advantage of smart home gear, and the best IOT gadgets for the deaf.

How iPhone Cameras Changed Society
iPhone cameras did more than ruin the compact digital camera market. They've changed society completely.

Traditional TV Viewing: On its Last Legs?
Linear TV today still has the edge in time and overall consumption. But that's about to change.