After a year of lockdown, many of us feel more dependent on our personal technology than ever before. We look into the way tech has both helped and hindered us, and steps we can take to mitigate negative effects. Plus news, reviews, tips and how-tos, and expert analysis.
Take a Deep Breath
Cleaning up After Tech • Readers react to our e-waste story taking Big Tech to task and to our security piece on credit card fraud.
LG to Close Mobile Phone Business
Hands On With the OnePlus Watch: Lots of Promise for Just $159
After ‘Rocket Lake,’ 5 Things Intel Must Do on Desktop to Get Its CPU Magic Back
Vaccine Passports Are Destined to Fail
Apple iMessage Is a Lock-In Abomination
OnePlus 9 Pro: Excellent Performance, Display, and Camera
DJI Air 2S: Upgraded Camera and Obstacle Sensor
Google Nest Hub (2nd Gen): Now With Sleep Tracking
LG Gram 17 (2021): Light Weight, Giant Screen
Dell Inspiron Desktop (3880): Basic, But Does the Job
Microsoft Surface Laptop 4 (15-Inch): An Excellent Choice
Vsime: Great Assets on Offer, But Pricey
Malwarebytes Premium: A Definite Contender
Corel VideoStudio Ultimate: Easy, Fun Video Editing
Digital Detox 2021 • Online socializing, remote learning, and working from home have changed our minds, bodies, and behaviors—for better and otherwise. It’s time to take stock of our relationship to personal technology and the growing need to distance ourselves.
Digital Detox Tips
Welcome to the Virtual Humans Factory
Amazon Kindle Tips Every Reader Should Know
How to Make Your Windows PC Boot Faster
10 Simple Ways to Make Better To-Do Lists
World’s Most Valuable Tech Companies Are Richer Than Most Countries