This week, we discuss how the fight over the app might shape US tech policy and US-China relations for years to come.
This week, we break down Apple’s latest announcements, from new hardware to its push into bundles and home workouts.
This week, we look at the latest gear from Peloton and discuss whether we’re ever going back to the gym.
This week, we discuss the security of mail-in voting (very good) and future of online ballots in the US (very unlikely).
This week, we discuss the growing trend of data from smart speakers and other connected devices being used to solve crimes.
This week, we discuss the ins and outs of encrypted messaging apps and videochat services—and why you should probably be using them.
This week, we look at the Microsoft Surface Duo and wonder if an expensive, dual-screen device like this one feels relevant, or just needlessly extravagant.
This week, we discuss the growing trend of mid-range smartphones, why they’re good, and why they’re bad.
This week, we list the Amazon Prime benefits you don’t know about, and tell you how to take advantage of them while you shelter in place.
This week, we discuss whether the Chinese-owned app is as much of a security risk as some claim, and where everyone would go if the platform went dark.