MOST RECENT ARTICLES BY:

  1. google
    Why Businesses Feel Forced to Buy Google Ads on Searches for Their Own NamesFor many brands, buying ads on Google is more about fending off competitors than getting their name out there.
  2. augmented reality
    Apple Augmented-Reality Glasses Said to Be Coming in 2020When Tim Cook promised shareholders a product that would “blow you away,” was this what he meant?
  3. folding phones
    Here’s What Will Determine If Folding Phones Are a Fad or for RealThe milestones to look for to figure out if folding phones have a future.
  4. cracking up
    Fancy Fingerprint Scanners Mean Cracking Your Smartphone Screen Will Get PricierUnder-screen fingerprint scanners are very cool and very expensive if you end up dropping your phone on the sidewalk.
  5. huawei
    The Real Reason Huawei Would Sue the U.S. GovernmentThe Chinese company thinks the U.S. has no evidence Huawei is actually a threat to national security. A lawsuit could force the U.S. to offer proof.
  6. missed connections
    Andy ‘Amazon’ Cuomo Just Can’t Let Amazon Walk AwayThe heart wants what the heart wants.
  7. cloud chasing
    Are We Reaching ‘Peak Cloud’?Has the market reached the point where nearly everyone who needs a cloud computing solution already has it?
  8. cybersecurity
    Cops’ Favorite Phone Hacking Tool Is Being Sold on eBayThe Cellebrite UFED promises to help law enforcement crack into suspects’ phones. If you have $100 and an eBay account, you can now do the same.
  9. the price of paranoia
    What Is the Cost of the U.S. Paranoia About Chinese Telecom Manufacturer Huawei?The telecom manufacturing giant is very close to the Chinese government — and vital to the future of U.S. cellular networks.
  10. never tweet
    I Love That Elon Musk Can’t Stop Tweeting. The SEC Does Not.The most relatable thing about Elon Musk is his inability to stop tweeting despite the severe personal and professional harm it has caused him.
  11. when to walk away
    Don’t Buy the Folding PhoneDon’t pay Samsung $2,000 to help them field-test a first-generation device.
  12. what's next
    5G Is Going to Transform Smartphones — EventuallyOver the next few years, the smartphone — and everything else connected to mobile networks — is going to be revolutionized.
  13. sales sales sales
    Today Is the Day to Get Yourself a Switch (and $35 in Nintendo Money for Free)You get $35 in Nintendo credit, which is free money toward a game.
  14. bye bye bezos
    Amazon Cancels Plans for HQ2 in New YorkThe economic titan has pulled out of a deal to build a campus in Long Island City.
  15. our national nightmare is over
    The Beginning of the End of RobocallsBy the end of 2019, spam phone calls could be on the ropes.
  16. amazon
    Amazon and Google Now Control the Top Two Wi-Fi Mesh RoutersWith Amazon acquiring Eero, the mesh networking market is now controlled by two very, very large companies with an appetite for personal data.
  17. q&a
    How Four Ex-Amazoners Made a Crazy-Good Wireless Cam for $20One of the co-founders of Wyze Labs tells us how they made a camera that performs just as well as products ten times the price.
  18. amazon
    Amazon Shoppers Would Buy Amazon-Brand Computers, Health Care, and WeedNot only are people increasingly happy to buy everything through Amazon, they’d be okay with Amazon making everything, as well.
  19. tesla
    Tesla’s Car Business Is Booming. Unfortunately, It’s Not Just a Car Company.The acquisition of a struggling solar power company in 2016 looked bad from the jump, and has only gotten worse.
  20. e-commerce
    Can Amazon Compete in India When It Can’t Act Like a Monopoly?New policies in India will make it much harder for foreign behemoths like Amazon and Walmart to throw their weight around.
  21. google
    Can Google Be More Than an Advertising Company?The company continues to make hundreds of billions each year, but nearly all of that is from advertising revenue — and that’s a problem.
  22. huawei
    The FBI Ran a Sting on Huawei While a Bloomberg Reporter WatchedAfter Huawei asked a start-up for a sample of its diamond-coated glass for smartphones, things quickly got very complicated.
  23. facetime bug
    Apple Apologizes for FaceTime Bug, Thanks Teen Who Found ItA fix is coming next week, which means you can finally re-enable FaceTime on your phone again without worrying you’re being spied on.
  24. beware companies bearing gifts
    Foxconn Is Good at Grifting Governments, and the U.S. Is an Easy MarkFoxconn’s disappearing factory in Wisconsin isn’t a new trick, but the U.S. is so thirsty for manufacturing jobs we’ll keep falling for it.
  25. smartphone decline
    Apple and Investors Try to Figure Out Life After the iPhone BoomWhat does Apple look like when it’s selling fewer iPhones every year rather than more?
  26. the future is foldable
    How Much Would You Pay for a Foldable Smartphone?Phone manufacturers hope the answer is a lot.
  27. iphone
    Major iPhone FaceTime Bug Lets You Eavesdrop on Any iPhone UserA critical bug in iOS 12.1 means you probably want to disable FaceTime, like, right now.
  28. post reality
    Augmented Reality Smart Glasses Aren’t on the Streets, They’re on Factory FloorsHow augmented-reality smart glasses are being used on shop floors around the world.
  29. post reality
    Virtual Reality Lets You Escape the World. Augmented Reality Improves It.Five years ago, virtual reality was the future, and augmented reality was a joke. What happened?
  30. privacy
    Most Americans Don’t Know How Much Facebook Knows About ThemPer a new survey, odds are you haven’t seen the detailed psychographic profile Facebook has on you — and you’d be uncomfortable once you did.
  31. apple
    Did People Replacing Their Batteries Lead to Weak iPhone Sales?A lot of people took advantage of Apple’s one-time offer to replace their iPhone battery for $29. Is it enough to explain why iPhone sales are down?
  32. i turn my camera on
    Apple Crams Another Camera on iPhone (and That’s a Good Thing)Why a third camera isn’t just a marketing gimmick (though, to be clear, it’s definitely a marketing gimmick).
  33. google
    Europe’s ‘Right to Be Forgotten’ Will Be Staying in EuropeWhen our first instinct is to Google someone, the right to be forgotten seems like one that every country — not just the E.U. — should be considering.
  34. smartphone decline
    What Samsung’s Pain Means for SmartphonesEveryone is slowly waking up to the fact that nobody is buying new smartphones anymore.
  35. netflix
    It Would Take You 62 Days Straight to Watch Everything Netflix Made in 2018No bathroom breaks allowed.
  36. apple
    The iPhone Has Big Problems in China — and Across the GlobeApple is blaming sagging iPhone sales on its struggles in China, but its problems run deeper than that.
  37. facebook
    On Average, You’d Have to Pay Someone $1,000 to Stop Using Facebook for a YearYou can pay people to not use Facebook, but it isn’t cheap.
  38. elon musk
    Elon Musk: Twitter Is Fake So It’s Okay to Call Someone a PedoElon Musk’s lawyers trot out a very odd defense in a defamation suit Musk is facing after tweeting that a British cave diver was a “pedo.”
  39. fortnite
    Fortnite’s Fashion Industry Makes As Much Money As AmazonDance moves and character skins mean $3 billion in profit for Epic Games.
  40. instagram
    Internet Reacts to Horizontal Instagram Scroll With Horror and RevulsionAnd I looked, and behold a pale horse: and his name that sat on him was Death, and the horizontal scroll followed with him.
  41. instagram
    Internet Reacts to Horizontal Instagram Scroll With Horror and RevulsionAnd I looked, and behold a pale horse: and his name that sat on him was Death, and the horizontal scroll followed with him.
  42. holiday hacking
    Hackers Celebrate Holidays With Fake Amazon, Apple Receipt AttacksThe cyberwar on Christmas.
  43. whatsapp
    With 1.5 Billion Users and Just 300 Employees, Can WhatsApp Ban Child Porn?As one of the world’s biggest messaging platforms faces down a child porn plague, its tiny head count comes back to haunt it.
  44. uber
    Self-Driving Ubers Back on the Streets Nine Months After Killing a PedestrianKeep your head on a swivel if you’re crossing the street in Pittsburgh.
  45. google
    Google to Build $1 Billion NYC Campus, No Tax Incentives RequiredThere’s about to be a lot more Googlers in Manhattan.
  46. iphone
    Apple Could Be Putting Face ID and Touch ID in the Same iPhoneA patent suggests Touch ID may reappear in future generations of the iPhone.
  47. smart speakers
    A Parent’s Guide to Not Feeling So Bad About Using AlexaFor parents, smart speakers are great, as well as very weird and scary. We talk to experts about how you can assuage some of your anxieties.
  48. smartphones
    The Chinese Smartphone Manufacturers That Will Make Your Next Next PhoneA guide to the Chinese smartphone companies you’re going to be very familiar with soon.
  49. billion dollar ideas
    If You Invented the Headphone Jack in 2019, You’d Be a Billionaire“No more charging, no more pairing, no lost signals. Just pure sound.”
  50. best of 2018
    The 10 Best Video Games of 2018Superheroes, Norse mythology, and a Wild West masterpiece.
More Articles