Less News Is Good News
Facebook is stepping back from the news business. Thank goodness.
Are “Smart Displays” the New Smart Speakers?Amazon, Google, and Facebook think this is the next big thing. Now they have to convince the rest of us.
What Happens If Someone Yells “Fire” in a VR Theater?When the power went out at CES, I was immersed in a virtual show—and didn’t notice the potential emergency.
The U.S. Government Should Show Its WorkWashington is suspicious of Huawei smartphones—but it won’t tell us why.
Intel Opened CES. It Didn’t Say Sorry.A flaw with Intel chips afflicted nearly every computer in the world—and the company would really like everyone to move on.
This Wristband That Turns Your Finger Into a Telephone Is the Most Futuristic Gadget I’ve Ever Used
The Future Is “Smart” and DumbIf Then reports from CES on the A.I. battle between Amazon and Google, Intel’s cybersecurity problem, and a robot that shoots dog treats six feet in the air.
Home Robots Still SuckAt CES, every robot meant to interact with humans either doesn’t work or only does pointless things.