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Tech Commentary from the editors of PCMag.com



 



Why I'm Passing on iPhone X and Face ID—for Now
The facial recognition on Apple's new flagship iPhone X smartphone is cutting-edge tech, but it's just not reliable enough for me.



How I Keep Tabs on My Heart Health While on the Go
While the $99 KardiaMobile helps me monitor my heart activity, it is another thing I have to carry around. So I was intrigued to hear that AliveCor had an Apple Watch band.



Apple Is Ready to Ditch the Mac
Let history—and advertising—be your guide into seeing just how iOS is being poised to utterly replac



Why More and More Android Users Want an iPhone
Our research suggests there are three main reasons for Android users to seriously consider moving to iPhone.



2017's Top Tested Tech
Welcome to the December issue of our Digital Edition, featuring 2017's best tech products.



Fund Compelling Products, Not Charismatic Men
Android creator and Essential founder Andy Rubin's downfall should take a long hatpin to the cozy VC culture of funding charismatic men rather than compelling products.



Apple iPhone X Kicks Off Face-Recognition Mania
Entire countries are going to try and replace IDs with face scans, and it's going to be bad.



The Tech World Needs to Get Serious About the Wage Gap
When Americans see bankers, tech leaders, and some politicians making billions or millions of dollars, sometimes at their expense, it's hard not to question the system.



Tech 'Improvements' That Actually Makes Things Worse
Intel killing BIOS in favore of UEFI is another turn that will open computers up the malicious progr



Fake News Is a Real Problem
Facebook, Google, and Twitter will probably flush out false political ads over time, but I am less convinced they will ever be able to stop fake news.



Gamers, Please STFU and Enjoy Your Hobby
This has been one of the greatest years in video game history, yet some gamers can't stop flapping their yaps about all the wrong things.



Will AR Glasses Ever Really Take Off?
Thus far, consumers have shunned AR glasses like Google Glass; getting people familiar with the tech via mobile apps might be the better approach.



AT&T Should Drop DirecTV, Not CNN
Stories about a Trump CNN vendetta miss the real danger of the AT&T/Time Warner deal.



Robots Won't Kill You, But They Will Take Your Job
That's not true. Worrying about scifi Terminators and RoboCops means you're ignoring the real danger



This Sprint Deal Is Much Smarter Than a T-Mobile Merger
Cable companies could help Sprint fill out its network. Everybody would win.



Broadcom Will Kill Qualcomm
Turning an engineering-driven business into a numbers-driven one would strangle innovation.



Apple Needs a Touch-Screen MacBook
While I've warmed to the idea of the Touch Bar, many road warriors and students might not be as enthusiastic. Apple should reconsider its aversion to touch-screen laptops.



Is iPhone X Apple's Vista?
Apple is taking a different approach with review units for iPhone X. What does it all mean?



My First Impressions of iPhone X
Thus far, iPhone X is an impressive step up from the iPhone 7 Plus and even 8 Plus.



Standing on the Shoulders of Geeks
I rely on the PCMag staff to keep me on the cutting edge of the huge world of technology.



You Can Keep Your Useless IoT Gadgets
The recent developers conference didn’t reveal any products that practical users would ever want—or



Can Foldable OLED Displays Revive the PC Market?
What's most intriguing to me about the idea of a foldable OLED (FOLED) screen is that it gives laptop vendors a new way to innovate.



Your Tweets Are Not Your Own
Every company should have some guidelines for how its employees use social media.



Forget Politics: Why 'Fake News' Should Infuriate You
An outside force like Russia hijacking the democratic process should infuriate people. Yet many embrace 'fake' stories that back up preconceived notions.



Did PureVPN Cross a Line When It Disclosed User Information?
When a VPN hands over user data on a creep, there's a freak out.



RIP Windows Phones? Not Quite
The Surface Phone is dead? Nope. Microsoft needs mobile to survive.



25 Years of ThinkPad
In Yokohama, Japan, for the Lenovo ThinkPad 25th anniversary celebration, I look back and predict what's next for the iconic laptop.



The 30-Year AI Scare Cycle
We’re in the same mania over AI that has happened before and will probably happen again.



It's Time for the 'Smart Gun' Debate
As a technology journalist and father of a toddler, will you have this uncomfortable conversation with me?



Don't Let Innovation Widen Gap Between Haves, Have-Nots
Ray Kurzweil predicts that by 2045, we will multiply our intelligence a billionfold. But what competitive advantage does that give a person and at what cost?