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Recent articles by Stephen:

3 Reasons to Care About the Tesla Semi Even if You'll Never Buy One

The electric 18-wheeler could help the environment and improve road safety. → Read More

Neuralink's Brain Chip Plan: Help the Blind See and the Paralyzed Walk

Elon Musk's startup hopes to start human tests in six months for its implant that connects computers to brains. → Read More

Elon Musk's Next Neuralink Demo Is Coming. Here's How to Watch

Get ready for an update Wednesday from the the brain-implant startup founded by Musk. → Read More

Fusion Power Would Revolutionize Energy, if We Could Just Get It Working

Scientists and startups are edging closer to realizing a decades-old dream. → Read More

Archer Reveals Its Electric Air Taxi for 10-Minute Flights to the Airport

The Archer Midnight could fly you and three other passengers from Manhattan to Newark's airport, starting in 2025. → Read More

I Am Trying to Like Mastodon

Commentary: Mastodon is no Twitter replacement. But will we have a choice? → Read More

IBM Quantum Computing Progress Edges Toward Eventual Utility

Osprey has 433 qubits, the fundamental data processing element inside these weird machines. → Read More

Intel Reports Bleak Quarter as PC Sales Slow, but Investors Are Happy

The chipmaker again lowers revenue forecasts for 2022 with PC and server chip troubles. Layoffs are on the way as the company cuts costs. → Read More

Intel Reports a Grim Quarter as PC Sales Slow, but Investors Are Happy

The chipmaker again lowers revenue forecasts for 2022, and layoffs are on the way as the company cuts costs by $3 billion this year. → Read More

Intel CEO: Taiwan's Place in Tech Industry Is 'Precarious'

There's plenty of fretting about China trying to reclaim Taiwan. Geopolitics should help spur more chipmaking in the US and Europe, Pat Gelsinger argues. → Read More

Pixel 7 Pro Actually Challenges My $10,000 DSLR Camera Setup

My full-frame Canon camera is better. But the Google smartphone's zoom, macro and Night Sight skills open creative options far beyond snapshots. → Read More

Google's Pixel 7 Pro Actually Challenges My $10,000 DSLR Camera Gear

Sure, my full-frame Canon camera is better. But the Google phone's zoom, macro and Night Sight skills open creative options far beyond snapshots. → Read More

Alef Debuts Model A Flying Car and Hopes to Sell It Starting in 2025

A Silicon Valley startup hopes to revolutionize transportation, starting with commuters willing to pay $300,000 to escape traffic. → Read More

Adobe's Blink AI Tool Makes Video Editing Look Like Word Processing

Exclusive: The software giant begins testing a technology that lets you search for words, objects and people in a video. → Read More

I Spent $10K on DSLR Camera Gear, But You Can Just Buy a Pixel 7 Pro

Sure, my Canon camera is better. But zoom, macro and Night Sight abilities take Google's phone far beyond snapshots. → Read More

YouTube Pulls Down Videos Detailing Russian Propaganda Efforts

The Russian Media Monitor channel spotlights and sometimes criticizes Russian thinking about the country's war in Ukraine. → Read More

I Spent $10K on DSLR Camera Gear. You Can Just Buy a Pixel 7 Pro

Sure, my Canon camera is better. But zoom, macro and Night Sight abilities mean that Google's phone stretches far beyond snapshots. → Read More

Pixel 7 Pro Cameras' AI and Zoom Could Make You Rethink That iPhone

Exclusive: New camera hardware and the Tensor G2 AI brain in Google's $899 phone help you zoom, focus, unblur faces and shoot in the dark. → Read More

Don't Laugh Off the Tesla Bot. Elon Musk's Optimus Is the Real Deal

Commentary: I saw the humanoid robot firsthand. Sure, Tesla's prototypes can't do flips, but the company has the right engineering approach for progress. → Read More

Don't Laugh Off Elon Musk's Tesla Bot. Optimus Is the Real Deal

Commentary: I saw the Optimus prototype firsthand. Sure, it can't do flips, but Tesla is putting together the right engineering team for rapid progress. → Read More