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Recent articles by Ian:

Apple iPhones get recycled in this secretive lab. Now it’s opening up

All those iPhones don't recycle themselves, you know. → Read More

Pinterest's IPO shows the internet isn't always as awful as you thought

Pinterest may not be as big as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or Snapchat. But that could be a good thing. → Read More

Microsoft's Xbox One S All-Digital Edition and Xbox Game Pass Ultimate: Everything we know

The tech giant adds a new Xbox to its lineup, coming May 7, and expands the online services it offers. → Read More

Xbox One S All-Digital Edition: Price, availability, games and more

Downloading games over the internet is more popular than ever. Microsoft says it'll be offering choice to Gen Z "digital natives" when its new Xbox launches May 7. Preorders start now. → Read More

Microsoft combines Xbox Live, Xbox Game Pass in new 'ultimate' service

The new subscription offers a discount for Xbox devotees, now at $14.99 a month. → Read More

Microsoft livestream with rumored new Xbox One S All-Digital Edition: How to watch

The tech and gaming giant is expected to make major announcements Tuesday, starting at 2 p.m. PT. → Read More

Facebook, Twitter and YouTube are broken, and Congress is wasting our time

Commentary: After two days of hearings about hate speech and political censorship on the internet, we're no closer to finding solutions to tech's biggest problems. → Read More

Congress chose to bicker instead of helping fix Facebook, Twitter, YouTube

Commentary: After two days of hearings about hate speech and political censorship on the internet, we're no closer to finding solutions to tech's biggest problems. → Read More

Here's why #YachtCocaineProstitutes is trending on Twitter

It all has to do with a lawsuit filed by US Rep. Devin Nunes against The Fresno Bee in California for a story about a party on a boat. → Read More

Facebook, Google, Twitter to testify to Senate over online censorship: How to watch

Conservatives will continue to press tech companies about political censorship Wednesday. Tech firms maintain such fears are unfounded. → Read More

Facebook, Google testify to Congress over white nationalism: How to watch

The tech giants are once again on Capitol Hill, this time for a grilling over the spread of extremism on their services. → Read More

Star Wars in VR for date night? Yes, please

Thanks to virtual reality, how we spend our evenings out could soon change dramatically. → Read More

Apple's latest hire might help burnish its AI image

The iPhone maker's AI efforts haven't gained attention like Google and Facebook's have. That might change. → Read More

Microsoft may mash up Xbox Live, Game Pass into new Ultimate subscription

The tech giant is rumored to be preparing a new gaming subscription service. → Read More

Date night checklist: Dinner, movie... virtual reality?

Thanks to VR, how we spend our evenings out could soon change dramatically. → Read More

Prince Harry doesn't like Fortnite. Or social media. Even though he's on Instagram

The Duke of Sussex is squarely against the gaming phenom played by 250 million people, saying it should be banned. → Read More

Facebook, Twitter, Instagram are 'garbage,' says Linux founder Torvalds

Tech pioneer Linus Torvalds says the way social media works today encourages bad behavior. "It's a disease." → Read More

Facebook hasn't done enough in Myanmar, UN investigator says

Two years after social media helped fuel a genocide in the Southeast Asian country, the UN says Facebook's efforts are "not nearly sufficient." → Read More

Facebook teams with UK newspaper for series of positive sponsored articles

The social network looks to repair its image with a series of stories "brought to you by Facebook." → Read More

Mark Zuckerberg wants news on Facebook to be better, and he's willing to pay

A year after saying he'd feature less news on Facebook, the CEO says maybe he wants more now. → Read More