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Recent articles by Scott:

Touch screens are old news. Your next phone could be pressure-sensitive everywhere

Ultrasonic, pressure-sensitive touch technology is ready to go, and could make for button-free gadgets and wearables where every part is a touch surface. → Read More

8 things I learned from playing Nintendo's weird Ring Fit Adventure

Eight things I learned from working out at home for a week. → Read More

The $200 Analogue Pocket wants to be the best Game Boy ever made

Coming in 2020, it plays Game Boy, Game Boy Color and Game Boy Advance cartridges, plus Game Gear, Atari Lynx and Neo-Geo games with an adapter. And it has a TV dock. → Read More

iPad, 10.2-inch (2019) review: The case for the least expensive iPad

The iPad is plenty good enough. But which one? → Read More

Introducing Pixelbook Go, a Chromebook laptop for people on a budget

Google gives up the tablet tricks to produce a better Chromebook that's lightweight, quick-charging and more fun to type on. → Read More

Introducing Pixelbook Go, a premium Chromebook laptop that's more affordable

Google gives up the tablet tricks to produce a better Chromebook that's lightweight, quick-charging and more fun to type on. → Read More

Google’s $649 Pixelbook Go Chromebook is definitely a laptop, but it’s ‘not pink’

Google gives up the tablet tricks to produce a better Chromebook that's lightweight, quick-charging and more fun to type on. → Read More

Fitbit Versa 2 review: A $200 smartwatch and fitness tracker with a battery that won’t quit

This smartwatch is faster than the original Fitbit Versa (and it’s Alexa-compatible), but the Versa 2 still lacks GPS. → Read More

I tried Facebook’s vision for the social future of VR, and it’s full of question marks

Do I want my virtual life to be Disneyfied? → Read More

Apple iPhone 11 review: The best $700 iPhone Apple has ever made

New cameras, longer battery life, Night Mode, a goofy selfie feature and a price drop. That's a respectable upgrade list. → Read More

Facebook is making AR glasses, and is mapping the world for them to work

Live Maps is Facebook's initiative to code the real world so that future AR devices can navigate it. → Read More

Facebook's Zuckerberg isn't giving up on Oculus or virtual reality

Exclusive: The head of the world's largest social network says Facebook’s chance at shaping the future starts with VR. → Read More

Mark Zuckerberg sees the future of AR inside VR like Oculus Quest

In an exclusive interview, Zuckerberg explains the path from VR to AR, and why Facebook's doubling down on its popular Quest headset. → Read More

Oculus Link will turn your Quest into a PC VR headset in November

A single USB-C cable will stream Rift content. → Read More

Emmys 2019 memes: Bob Newhart heckles Ben Stiller, meet Dan Chowder

Newhart, at 90, still brings the laughs. → Read More

Pixel 4: 6 things Google needs to do to beat the iPhone 11 and Galaxy S10

Here's what the Pixel 4 needs to have to compete with Apple and Samsung. → Read More

Google Doodle celebrates Junko Tabei, first woman to conquer Mount Everest

Despite overcoming societal hurdles and an avalanche to achieve the feat, she was never comfortable with the distinction. → Read More

Facebook to shut down its group stories feature next week

The social network plans to start sunsetting the feature on Sept. 26. → Read More

iPhone 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max review: The iPhone for camera and battery lovers

Apple's iPhone 11 Pro models offer just a little bit extra, but some of those features matter a lot to extreme mobile users and pixel experts. → Read More

Nintendo Switch Lite review: A great Switch, without the Switch part

If you think of it as the true Nintendo 3DS sequel, you'll love it. → Read More