What does it mean to be human? If your definition includes our artistic expression, it's time to make some more room on the old family tree. http://ow.ly/rEOx30iA2Q5
Are you ready for a new iPhone? Looks like we might be getting one sooner than expected. http://ow.ly/pE3C30iA2Ow
Mobile World Congress is next week. Whether you're headed to Barcelona or sitting this one out, here's what you can expect at the show. http://ow.ly/mLEv30iA2MN
Want to save money on your data plan and make sure you have the best one for your needs? Check this out. http://ow.ly/fyv930iA2LA
Cryptocurrencies are nothing if not volatile, but at least one expert says 2018 could be the best year for crypto yet. What do you think? Have you invested? If so, are you doubling down? If not, what's holding you back?
Ready for your life to get easier? Google Assistant is adding Routines so you can control multiple functions (like turning off your lights and locking your doors before you bed) via a single voice command. Can anyone tell me when we're getting, "OK Google, do all my work for me"?
I refuse to believe that America must accept a future where grade schools need to be housed in fully armed garrisons. There must be a better way, and I ask you to help define it! http://ow.ly/BbgA30izFUU
Can states force ISPs to uphold net neutrality? We're about to find out. http://ow.ly/GinO30iyKcz
Big 5G news: Intel just announced an upcoming series of modems will power 5G in laptops (from Dell, HP, Lenovo, and Microsoft) in the back-half of 2019. Incredible speed and low latency means you'll get wired network responsiveness anywhere you have 5G service.
Federal protection for net neutrality ends on April 23. While governors are stepping up to protect it on a local level, a new app called Wehe (on Android and iOS) tests the speed of popular apps (like Netflix and Spotify) to see how neutral your connection really is.
Love the idea of Apple's AirPods but holding out for the next version? Get excited. New reports say Apple is planning to roll out new AirPods both this year and next that feature improved Bluetooth chips for better connectivity and touch-free Siri on-demand.
There's an interesting article today about the disruption of the theatrical film distribution model. Exhibit in theaters or license to Netflix? Behind door #3 -- day and date digital release -- you get to purchase a stream on the day the film is released in theaters. Thoughts?
We seem to have become so tribal that even tribes on the same side of the issue cannot find common ground. http://ow.ly/hqbI30iymkQ
Five years ago today, Sony unveiled the PlayStation 4. The console has been Sony's greatest yet, and TechRadar took a look back at everything it got right since it was first announced. http://ow.ly/1v5q30ixg5L
We're not out of the woods yet, but it looks like Intel is making strong progress on the Spectre and Meltdown fixes front, and machines with newer Intel chips can expect firmware updates sooner, rather than later. http://ow.ly/RvEh30ixg15