Subscribe: PCMag.com: Tech Commentary
http://rssnewsapps.ziffdavis.com/PCMAG_commentary.xml
Added By: Feedage Forager Feedage Grade B rated
Language: English
Tags:
amazon  apple  autonomous  back  car  cars  driving car  driving  game  good  google  ipad pro  ipad  new  tech  technology  world 
Rate this Feed
Rate this feedRate this feedRate this feedRate this feedRate this feed
Rate this feed 1 starRate this feed 2 starRate this feed 3 starRate this feed 4 starRate this feed 5 star

Comments (0)

Feed Details and Statistics Feed Statistics
Preview: PCMag.com: Tech Commentary

PCMag.com: Tech Commentary



Tech Commentary from the editors of PCMag.com



 



Why North Korea Should Worry the Tech World
A crisis in North Korea could spell disaster for the tech industry giants in the region.



Are Autonomous Vehicle Tests a Public Hazard?
Unlike other technologies, testing of self-driving cars on public roads could cause safety concerns and have an immediate negative impact on society.



I Owe an Apology to Bluetooth Speakers Everywhere
I was wrong to doubt them. Bluetooth speakers are invaluable mobile accessories.



There Is No Esport Event Better Than Evo
Regardless of your favorite game or genre, the Evolution Championship Series provides the best on-screen and off-screen moments of any professional video game tournament.



Amazon Eyes Meal Kits, But Why?
Amazon's inability to innovate without stealing other companies' ideas and using its market clout to win is going to put it on the road to a government-sanctioned breakup.



The Web's Big Problem: Change for the Sake of Change
The new Google News was designed for readability, but I was reading it just fine before.



Apple Toys With AR, But iGlasses Still a Few Years Out
Acquisitions hint at Apple's AR future, but a mainstream product is still a few years away.



The 5 Industries Most Impacted by Apple's iPhone
Before the iPhone was released, there was a lot of hype, but it turned out to be a powerful technology that impacted the lives of hundreds of millions of people around the world.



With Driverless Tech, It's Important to Sweat the Small Stuff
Along with developing software and sensors, Bosch is focusing on redundancies for steering and brakes as well as real-world testing.



The Internet of Cars Will Ruin the Roads
For safety's sake, it would be better if self-driving cars were kept totally autonomous, as in unable to chat with other cars or any system outside the car.



My Test Drive in a Self-Driving Car
Driverless technology is hitting the open road whether we like it or not, and Waymo's solution is impressive, but convincing people to trust it might be a tough sell.



Don't Let Partisan Bickering Slow Self-Driving Car Development
Republicans and Democrats agree that autonomous technology is crucial, but party politics can't become a roadblock.



Fighting the Good Fights
Some enemies are worth having, and some battles reveal who you really are.



Just Say No to Amazon's Echo Show
Watch the commercial Amazon put out to tout this video-phone with Alexa and you'll fall into deep hate with the very idea, if not out-right despise the product.



Technology's Impact on Our Memories
While we can analyze many different angles in which technology will augment our human abilities, one of the more compelling things to augment will be our memory.



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.



The Disturbing Gaming Trend No One Asked For
Bubsy is a property to which no one has as non-ironic attachment, and yet this 90s mascot douchebag is coming back. Let's party like it's 1996.



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.