Weekly newsletter archive

Here's the archive of Charged's weekly technology newsletter. This is a work in progress and contains some gaps right now, but we're importing every edition by hand and will have them all here soon.

2019

#189: Snap's back

#188: Would you like a subscription with that?

#187: My console is in the cloud

#186: Spotify takes a bite out of Apple

#185: Fold me up

#184: Facing the digital media music, again

#183: The attention economy shock

#182: Gearing up for the TV streaming war

#181: Reflecting on Charged as 2019 begins, a note from Owen

2018

#180: Governments have no idea what to do about big tech

#179: Saying goodbye to Microsoft's browser

#178: The Backdoored JavaScript Library

#177: What is going on with Facebook, anyway?

#176: The war for the modern office

#175: Google's hardware transformation

#174: Twitter goes around in circles, over and over

#173: What happens when hackers steal your phone number?

#172: More power for MacBooks, but what's next?

#171: The dawn of a new payments era

#170: Facebook isn't about Facebook anymore

#169: Microsoft and GitHub get together and the Switzerland of sound

#168: Elon Musk vs The Media

#167: Medium.com feels like it's forever. What if it isn't?

#166: Google adds AI everywhere

#165: Peak smartphone

#164: Facebook, your friendly local ad network

#163: Intel's stumble is Apple's gain

#162: Facebook loses the narrative

#161: BlackBerry's ghost

#160: Spotify's going public, but it might change everything

#159: Airbnb, now even more like a hotel

2015

#45: Exciting times ahead!

#44: How to be happy on the internet

#43: Messenger becomes a platform

#42: Can the Apple Watch make us love the watch again?

#41: The redesigned, tiny MacBook

#40: Google+ splits up

#39: Pebble's colorful smartwatch

#38: Lenovo's rootkit scandal

#37: Facebook goes to market

#36: Microsoft Office gets touch

#35: Snapchat gets into news

#34: Microsoft shows off the future of Windows

#33: Google's modular smartphone is almost done

#32: The war of the smart TV platforms

2014

#31: The best long reads from 2014

#30: The pilots of Instagram

#29: Instagram is growing to be enormous

#28: Amazon's robots shipping your Christmas presents

#27: How Twitter tracks your apps

#26: Nokia's back in the game (again)

#25: YouTube gets into Music and Facebook wants more cash

#24: I'm scared of my TV (and always-listening speakers)

#23: Even Microsoft is getting into wearables

#22: Google reinvents Gmail with Inbox