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Recent articles by Jonathan:

Apple Tops Samsung to Become Leader of the Smartphone Market

After eight quarters, Apple is finally on top—for now. → Read More

Despite Five Straight Down Quarters, Wall Street Is Still in on Cisco

Investors hope that big acquisitions, like the AppDynamics deal, will awaken the networking giant. → Read More

Russian Group Linked to DNC Hack Just Made More Apple Malware

The Russian hacking group that security researchers linked to hacking the Democratic National Convention just made new Apple malware. → Read More

Europe’s Data Privacy Rules Could Give Artificial Intelligence a Global Headache

Google, Microsoft, and Cisco Execs talk privacy and profiling at the RSA Cybersecurity Conference. → Read More

Here’s Why Microsoft President Wants a Digital Geneva Convention

It has something to do with state-sponsored cyber attacks. → Read More

Senators scold Marissa Mayer over Yahoo hacking scandal

Two prominent senators are upset with Yahoo for the way the company has dealt with two huge data breaches. → Read More

NSA Gives Thumbs Up to Microsoft Surface Tablets

Tablets deemed safe to use when handling classified information. → Read More

Ford Puts the Gas on Self-Driving Cars With Planned $1 Billion Investment

Startup will work on sci-fi tech for autonomous vehicles. → Read More

Hackers Stole Credit Card Information From Thousands of Arby’s Customers

Over 350,000 credit and debit card accounts may have been impacted by a data breach. → Read More

Amazon, Google Drone Deliveries Won't Take Off Soon, Says Gartner

There will be plenty of drone delivery trials and marketing stunts, however. → Read More

Facebook Takes Steps To Combat Discriminatory Ads

Following criticism for allowing advertisers to create housing ads that excluded by race. → Read More

Robert Reich Accuses Donald Trump Of Behaving Like a Sociopath

Robert Reich, former secretary of labor, discusses tech companies and the power they have to influence politics and President Donald Trump. → Read More

Here’s How Twitter Is Trying to Stop Bullying and Abuse on Its Service

New changes would presumably make it harder for users to see abusive tweets. → Read More

People Are Nicer Online In the U.S. Than In Russia

See how Americans compare to the rest of the world. → Read More

How Powerful AI Technology Can Lead to Unforeseen Disasters

Some technologists want more for ethics in artificial intelligence research. → Read More

H&R Block Is Enlisting IBM’s Watson To Help With Your Taxes

10,000 H&R Block branch offices will be outfitted with IBM Watson A.I. tech. → Read More

Businesses Ordered More Robots Last Year Than Ever Before

North American businesses bought $1.9 billion worth of robots last year, a record high. → Read More

This Is Dropbox’s Latest Plan to Challenge Google, Microsoft, and Box

Dropbox debuted Monday a new syncing and digital paper service intended to make it more competitive in tough workplace software space. → Read More

Robots Make Cappuccinos At This New San Francisco Cafe

A robotic arm prepares coffee like it would assemble a car on a factory floor. → Read More

The PC market is stabilizing, says Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella

People hoping for a rebound in personal computer sales saw a glimmer of hope in Microsoft's latest earnings. → Read More