By the end of next year, five cameras will be standard on flagship smartphones. Because AI and AR.
Stories by Mike Elgan
There’s a much better internet than the one you’re using. Here’s what’s keeping you out.
After decades of stagnation, mobile satellite connectivity is suddenly made new by fresh innovation.
A new wave of Google Assistant-powered ‘home’ smart displays hits next month. And they’re coming to work.
The smartphone market isn’t growing. Average phone prices are declining. And brash smartphone startups are going out of business. That’s the good news.
Wireless attacks are unpredictable and complicated. Here’s an easy way to block everything.
It’s easy and useful, but Google’s new ‘secure email’ is neither secure nor email.
Finally: Here are answers to the questions everyone suddenly has about mobile and IoT platforms.
The #DeleteFacebook trend has users searching for a better social network. Guess what: You’re soaking in it.
As Facebook just learned, a social network’s reputation can sour in an instant. Here’s how to save your own.
Think you’ll hate laptops with screens instead of keyboards? Here are 5 reasons why you’ll love them.
The truth is that artificial intelligence is neither artificial nor intelligent. A.I. is made out of people.
Smartphones are fragile, bulky, distracting, insecure and hard to type on, and they don’t last long on a charge, right? Well, not anymore!
Starting this year, employees will start wearing ‘smart glasses’ to work. Are you ready?
Google’s new core competency is guessing what you’ll do, then doing it (so you don’t have to!).