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Google's Project Jacquard is back with its second smart wearable: a gesture-enabled backpack, in collaboration with Saint Laurent.
It's fast, quiet, and ultra-light. Lenovo's X1 Carbon is one of the best MacBook alternatives available today, and it'll last you forever.
Linux on Windows sounded absurd a few years ago, but now, the next-generation version is on the way. WSL2 is a peek at the future of web development—done right.
A beautiful phone that looks like it's from a science fiction movie, for a fraction of the price of an iPhone—the OnePlus 7 Pro is a great Pixel alternative.
How integrations and an empty Slack team help me get more done.
Apple is strong-arming developers into squashing an industry under the guise of privacy, and it's going to hurt us all.
Dating has always been stressful—but tech companies have turned it into an elaborate trap, designed to suck you in. Who's responsible for fixing it?
Microsoft rescued GitHub—and it's back the tools developers always wanted, along with a healthier open source community.
I already tried the iPad Pro and hated it—but I have a confession: I got another one, and it made my workflow better.
If you're thinking about getting an ergonomic mouse, don't put it off. The Logi MX Vertical is a great mouse, which might help save your wrists too.