Farhad Manjoo

Farhad Manjoo is a technology columnist for the New York Times and the author of True Enough.

Technology
Jan. 4 2013 5:10 AMMy Technology New Year’s ResolutionsForget Inbox Zero. Get off Twitter. And other resolutions to make my tech life better in 2013.
Technology
Dec. 27 2012 5:06 PMPokeyIs its new chat app a sign that Facebook’s falling behind?
Technology
Dec. 20 2012 5:39 AMThe Eight Best Technologies of 2012In praise of the iPhone 5 (with Google Maps), Workflowy, snap-your-credit-card apps, and more.
Design
Dec. 14 2012 10:30 AMGifts for Gadget LoversThe five best tech toys of 2012.
Holidays
Dec. 6 2012 5:06 PMGifts That Say You (Kind of) Really CareHow Facebook has revolutionized gift-giving on the Web.
Technology
Dec. 4 2012 6:53 PMThis Is the Greatest Hoodie Ever MadeHow American Giant created the best sweatshirt known to man.
Technology
Nov. 28 2012 6:27 PMWhy Amazon Beats Wal-MartA tale from Black Friday.
Holidays
Nov. 21 2012 8:30 AMWhat Not To Buy on Black FridayFor starters, put down that Nano.
Technology
Nov. 13 2012 5:29 PMMicrosoft Just Lost Its Steve JobsWhy Steven Sinofsky’s departure is terrible news for the tech company.
Technology
Nov. 7 2012 4:34 PMElection Night’s Big Winner: TelevisionHow TV trounced the Internet when it came to reporting Obama’s victory.
Technology
Nov. 1 2012 7:07 PMShould a Calendar App Look Like a Calendar?The design battle that’s tearing Apple and the tech world apart.
Technology
Oct. 26 2012 3:22 AMThe Flop That Saved MicrosoftHow the Zune—yes, the Zune—helped revive a great American tech company.
Technology
Oct. 22 2012 3:37 AMBoss Farhad Manjoo AroundWhich outdated technology should he reassess? (The PalmPilot? Zune? MySpace?)
Technology
Oct. 9 2012 6:27 PMHard Times in FarmVilleDo Zynga’s troubles mark the end of the latest tech bubble?
Books
Oct. 5 2012 11:16 PMScannersThe heroes of this entertaining first novel, set in Google’s backyard, go to battle about whether books are precious objects or simply collections of data.
Technology
Jan. 2 2013 5:58 PMApple Killed the NetbookAnd we’re all better off for the demise of the $400 future of computing.
Technology
Dec. 26 2012 5:21 PMA Christmas Miracle: Packaging Is Less InfuriatingDid you swear as much at clamshells and twist ties this year?
Technology
Dec. 18 2012 5:56 PMWe Have the Technology To Make Safer GunsToo bad gunmakers don’t care.
Holidays
Dec. 13 2012 7:00 AMDrones for the HolidaysHelicopters, quadcopters, and this year’s other amazing remote-controlled flying toys
Technology
Dec. 5 2012 7:26 PMStop Calling Me a TrollJust because you disagree with me doesn’t mean I am one.
Technology
Nov. 29 2012 5:51 PMWon’t Someone Take iTunes Out Back and Shoot It?Apple’s horrible, bloated program needs to die.
Technology
Nov. 28 2012 5:25 AMThe Hunt for a Better Butter ChurnIn which Farhad Manjoo reviews a very old technology, because Slate readers told him to.
Technology
Nov. 15 2012 4:00 AMSiri Is a Gimmick and a TeaseBut Google Voice Search is getting close to fulfilling Apple’s broken promise.
The Efficient Planet
Nov. 8 2012 6:40 PMLights in Shining ArmorAre LED bulbs ready to save you from high energy bills?
Technology
Nov. 5 2012 10:44 PMWhy Is the Surface So Bad?Microsoft has been working on its tablet for years. It should be a whole lot better.
Technology
Oct. 31 2012 6:14 PMIt's Beginning To Look a Lot Like AppleMicrosoft's centralized app store looks very familiar. That's good news for your PC and for the tech industry.
Technology
Oct. 23 2012 7:23 PMMake More Stuff, and Make It ThinnerThe new iPad mini reveals that Tim Cook’s Apple is a better company than the one Steve Jobs left behind.
Technology
Oct. 11 2012 5:19 PMThe Manchurian NetworkDon’t believe the U.S. government’s alarming claims that Chinese telecom firm Huawei is a danger to national security.
Technology
Oct. 8 2012 3:30 AMThe iPhone 5 Is a MiracleHold Apple’s latest gadget for just a few minutes and you’ll marvel at the existence of such a remarkable object.
The Hive
Oct. 4 2012 11:02 AM"Kickstarter Is Not a Store"Will the crowdfunding site's new message solve its vaporware problem?

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  Double X
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  Slate Plus
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Sept. 23 2014 3:04 PM Chicago Gabfest How to get your tickets before anyone else.
  Arts
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Sept. 23 2014 4:45 PM Why Is Autumn the Only Season With Two Names?
  Technology
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Sept. 23 2014 5:36 PM This Climate Change Poem Moved World Leaders to Tears Today
  Health & Science
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Sept. 23 2014 4:33 PM Who Deserves Those 4 Inches of Airplane Seat Space? An investigation into the economics of reclining.
  Sports
Sports Nut
Sept. 18 2014 11:42 AM Grandmaster Clash One of the most amazing feats in chess history just happened, and no one noticed.