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Samsung is confidently striding toward the foldable era. But what do its regular, loyal Galaxy users think? I asked one.
America's most beloved airline is suing to stop people being able to use the internet in the way people often use the internet. Is this wise?
You can decide you're going to think different. How you do it is quite important, though.
How can someone employed by Microsoft openly suggest some of the company's technology is deeply flawed? Quite easily, it seems.
When your systems are said to be melting down, it's best not to overhype tech you think customers will like. Especially if it isn't all that, after all.
A new Amazon product will nag you in ways that you may not have been nagged before.
It looks like an interesting phone from the pictures. But what's it like when you use it? Here's a first little look.
A business executive makes a difficult confession when he endures what he thinks is outrageous treatment at the hands of Google's customer service.
Microsoft asked for questions from customers about its new software. It wasn't quite prepared for what transpired.