This week's demo of Google Lens showcases to what's really coming: The rise of the all-purpose super-sensor fueled by software-based A.I.
Stories by Mike Elgan
"The phone is already dead."
Why the privacy critics are dead wrong about Amazon's new A.I. bedroom camera.
Google Home now recognizes who you are when you talk to it. This technology is too powerful and useful to leave at Home.
Hackers, tech companies and governments want our personal information. Only lies can save us now.
Amazon, Starbucks and Apple want you to walk into their stores, pick up your items, then walk right out. But there's a problem.
Here's Mike Elgan's open-and-shut case on why the venerable laptop is on its way out.
Sure, the CIA can hack your TV, but public posts on Facebook could really hurt you.
YouTube's new live TV service will make TV mobile, flexible, easy, competitive and super profitable for Google.
Artificial intelligence makes scribbling or typing notes and reminders obsolete. Talk and the notes just happen.
Sorry, Microsoft and Magic Leap. The Silicon Valley smartphone giants have one thing you haven't got.
Twitter's new policies won't solve the harassment problem, and they'll ruin engagement, too.
The internet and smartphones have come up with five new and surprising ways to steal or expose our personal data. These trends make panic sound like a good idea.
Instead of making unfashionable smart glasses, Apple will make fashionable glasses smart.
New monetization schemes on YouTube, Twitter and Facebook let sites profit from inequality.