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Wayne MacPhail | What if the next billion Internet users don't own a computer? Those are the kind of questions that Google asked at its I/O conference keynote last week.
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Wayne MacPhail | Humans are dreadful drivers. That's why companies like Google, Ford and Uber want cars to drive themselves. So, are autonomous autos inevitable?
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Wayne MacPhail | At its recent BUILD conference, software giant Microsoft showed off Windows 10 and a new browser. Has it finally found its groove, or is it a desperate wannabe consumer brand?
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Wayne MacPhail | The advent of wearable technology like smartwatches has ushered in what's been called "glance journalism." Newsrooms are beginning to give special attention to the glance.
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Wayne MacPhail | Easy, mobile, live and social video streaming is a remarkable tool for journalists or anyone who can say, "I was there, you weren't. This is what I saw."
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Wayne MacPhail | How would you like your reality: virtual or augmented? You'll be choosing sides soon. There are projects in the works which promise to change the world as we experience it.
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Wayne MacPhail | The transmitted haptic sensations available in the upcoming Apple Watch bring, literally, high touch to high tech. And they open the door to some fascinating futures.
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Wayne MacPhail | After months of speculation, Apple's Watch is finally on the catwalk and ready for its closeup. Although Apple has always been about elegance, now it's about elegance, fashion and actions.
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Wayne MacPhail | In recent weeks, new smartphones from a variety of manufacturers have sported improved cameras. To make the most of them, here are five tips for taking better pictures with that phone in your hand.
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Wayne MacPhail | Who, three decades ago, would have imagined that the materials that would change consumer electronics would be glass, ABS plastic, sapphire, graphite and aluminum?
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Wayne MacPhail | How might Apple envision an iWatch? It would need to be the same kind of product the Macintosh, the iPod and the iPhone were -- category changers.