Google’s next move will be like 'Minority Report,' but on your watch, toaster and factory floor.
Stories by Mike Elgan
A massive convergence of technologies will enable us to use computers and the internet without really using them.
Everybody’s talking about folding-screen and dual-screen smartphones. Here are 7 reasons to ignore the hype.
Microsoft wants everything to run on Windows. Google wants everything to run on the web. (And what does Apple want?)
It fits a pattern that tells us that Google sees everyone as having equal value, which just isn’t true.
If you think a search engine exists as an index to the internet, it’s time to update your thinking.
The arms race is on: Counterfeiters will use AI to create convincing fakes; smart enterprises will use AI to fight back.
Artificial intelligence can now detect human emotion better than people can. It’s time to get emotional about AI.
There’s a much better internet than the one you’re using. Here’s what’s keeping you out.
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.