Sarah Silbert, Entrepreneur

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Past articles by Sarah:

Stuck on What to Get That Techie You Love? How About Asking MIT?

Say hello to the Ultimate Holiday Wish List, care of the 'MIT Tech Review' → Read More

How mobile payments will grow in 2016

Support for loyalty cards and strong security will sweeten the deal for consumers. → Read More

Why Uber teams up with brands like Pepsi, Amex, and BMW

The ride company doesn't only exemplify the on-demand economy—it's also setting the pace for a new generation of brand marketing. → Read More

Nexus phones will never see huge sales—but here’s why they don’t need to

Yesterday at Google’s annual Android event, the company unveiled two new Nexus smartphones, the Nexus 5X and the Nexus 6P. Like previous generations of Nexus phones, these just-announced devices ... → Read More

Why voice assistants like Siri still aren’t cutting it

At Apple’s recent product announcement event, the company revealed some product stats. Among the numbers shared was this tidbit on Siri usage: The virtual voice assistant receives a whopping one ... → Read More

Can the iPad Pro revive the tablet market?

It’s no secret that mobile tablet sales have been floundering—according to IDC, worldwide shipments were down 5.9% year-over-year in Q1 of 2015, and though Apple still leads the market with its... → Read More

Why Android Wear will give the Apple Watch a run for its money

Earlier this week, Google announced an important update to its Android Wear platform: Support for the iPhone. In doing so, the company will bring mobile users on iOS newfound options when it comes ... → Read More

Why Amazon is going to stop making its own stuff

After an unsuccessful foray into the mobile electronics market with the Fire Phone, Amazon appears to be rethinking its ambitions to become a major hardware maker. Just last week, the company let g... → Read More

Back to School Guide 2014: Tablets

By design, tablets are less about work and more about play -- though you'll find some notable exceptions in our roundup of top slates for the → Read More

Back to School Guide 2014: Smartphones

If you're in the market for a new handset to accompany you on campus this fall, your timing's just right. You couldn't ask for a better selection of → Read More

Back to School Guide 2014: Laptops

No gadget -- besides a smartphone, maybe -- is as crucial to a college student as the laptop. Regardless of your major, you'll want a solid machine with → Read More

Check out our Back to School 2014 guide!

Crazily enough, the fall semester is about to begin. For that very reason, we're kicking off our Back to School 2014 guide, with comprehensive gadget → Read More

You can now watch YouTube videos in 1440p on the LG G3

LG's new flagship phone, the G3, stands out for its Quad HD (2,560 x 1,440) display, and the handset is taking advantage of all those pixels to offer a → Read More

Anonymous email app Leak is down due to overnight success

The anonymous email app Leak just launched in late July, but it's already been shut down -- for the time being, at least. The service, which lets you → Read More

Talkitt voice software helps the speech-impaired communicate in any language

Over the years we've seen companies big and small introduce products to aid users with speech impediments, but many of these solutions ignore the fact → Read More

Wikipedia iOS app relaunches with mobile editing and a new design

Wikipedia recently revamped its app for Android, bringing the ability to edit articles and view random articles in the process. Starting today, those → Read More

BlackBerry's BBM messenger app officially arrives on Windows Phone

Have a Windows Phone and crave access to BlackBerry's famed messaging app? Today's your lucky day. Announced in a video posted today, BBM is now exiting → Read More

Data Cuisine creates meals based on cultural statistics

We've seen IBM's Watson computer serve up unlikely food pairings, but Data Cuisine takes culinary experimentation to a whole new level. Developed by → Read More

Microsoft explains quantum computing in a way we can all understand

Quantum computing -- it's a term we're hearing more and more, as companies such as D-Wave build their own early versions of super-machines. Microsoft, → Read More

Vent: A semi-anonymous app that feels your pain

I really enjoy the anonymous sharing app Secret, as the posts are quite often hilarious and I'm usually able to narrow down a sharer's identity to two or → Read More