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Past articles by Paul:

Vergecast: Surface Go, Apple earnings, and HipChat memories

Now that Apple is worth $1 trillion as a phone company, does it even matter how sad we are about the state of the Mac? → Read More

Vergecast: Elon Musk, dongle conspiracy, and Zuckerberg visits the EU

Nilay, Natt, Casey, and Paul discuss how we’re financially beholden to Big Car, and what to do about it now that Elon Musk has called us out on our bias. → Read More

Living in a Docker world

Once upon a time, I worked at a startup that was looking to “Dockerize” its backend infrastructure. This developed into a running joke where the programmers on the team would ask me if I knew what Docker was, and I would say:“Yes, it’s like a boat.” → Read More

The desktop belongs to Electron

Electron apps like Slack and Visual Studio Code are taking over our desktops. It’s time they were treated like first class citizens. → Read More

How close is Google to building a Paul?

Now that Google can make a John Legend, am I next? → Read More

What is edge computing?

Cloud giants like Microsoft, Google, and Amazon are looking forward to a world where the “cloud” spreads to the “edge.” So, what does that mean? → Read More

Hearing music again

How a pair of headphones can help you love music. → Read More

Silicon Valley, Conway’s law, and the future of Windows

The structure of organizations defines the systems they end up building. How does Microsoft’s reorg define Windows? → Read More

Vergecast: Android Chat, Nintendo Labo, and Motorola (like a) G6

Can Google finally solve messaging on Android? → Read More

Canon’s new mobile photo printer is just like all the other mobile photo printers

Canon’s press release for its new $130 Ivy Mini Photo Printer encourages “the next generation of creators” to “#LiveIRL.” However, the Ivy Mini Photo Printer uses Zink technology to make bad prints. → Read More

Google’s updated DIY Vision and Voice kits include a Raspberry Pi Zero

Use pre-trained machine learning models to recognize your cat with a camera you built out of cardboard. → Read More

Wireless Koss Porta Pros just showed up at the FCC

Koss’s Porta Pro headphones are the greatest headphones ever invented. The classic Koss Porta Pros might soon be available in a wireless form, but the specs aren’t great. → Read More

Facebook-quitting advice from a professional internet quitter

Dealing with boredom, loneliness, and other rational fears. → Read More

Web apps are only getting better

Upcoming technologies are going to change how we think about "websites." → Read More

Vizio’s new sound bars have Dolby Atmos support

Dolby Atmos improves the surround sound experience with sound "objects," and Vizio is finally supporting the format with its ultra-popular home audio systems. → Read More

JVC’s first DLP 4K projector is $2,499

The LX-UH1 isn’t the cheapest 4K HDR projector, but it’s cheap for JVC. → Read More

The first 4K Chromebook might be in the works

A new machine, codenamed "atlas," has been found in the Chrome OS source code. → Read More

Dell’s new G series laptops pair gaming specs with a cheap plastic chassis

Dell’s G3, G5, and G7 gaming laptops have nice GPUs and CPUs, and the price is right, but build quality is suspect. → Read More

Dell XPS 15 is getting Intel’s new chip and a 1050 Ti GPU

Dell is cramming the new six-core H-series CPU into a mild refresh of its popular XPS 15 form factor. The entry-level model starts at $999. → Read More

Finally, an Instagram client for the terminal!

Python and a complete disregard for common sense can put an ASCII Instagram feed in your terminal. → Read More