Edward C. Baig, USA TODAY

Edward C. Baig


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Past articles by Edward:

Could quantum computing help beat the next coronavirus?

Quantum computing promises potential breakthroughs in health care and pharmaceuticals, fertilizers, battery power, and financial services → Read More

iPhone supplier Foxconn expects business as usual by end of March following coronavirus

iPhone supplier Foxconn will be returning to `full seasonal capacity' by end of month after the coronavirus disrupted Apple's supply chain. → Read More

Google cancels major I/O developer conference in latest coronavirus blow to tech industry

Google canceled its annual I/O developer conference that was supposed to take place at its Mountain View, CA., headquarters May 12 to May 14. → Read More

Was it coronavirus? Steve Wozniak says he doesn't know if he and his wife were infected

Apple co-founder hinted on Twitter that he and his wife, Janet, may have been infected with coronavirus. He tells USA TODAY he can't know for sure. → Read More

AT&T TV review: Lack of polish, missing content mar AT&T's new cord-cutter service

AT&T TV is a combination of live TV packages and streaming options, with subscribers gaining access to more than 5,000 apps in the Google Play Store. → Read More

If your iPhone was slowed down by Apple 'Batterygate', you might be able to get piece of a $500-million settlement

If the final settlement is approved by the courts, owners of certain iPhones that Apple had “throttled” will receive $25 for each handset they owned. → Read More

Apple agrees to pay $500 million to settle 'Batterygate' claims

If the final settlement is approved by the courts, owners of certain iPhones that Apple had “throttled” will receive $25 for each handset they owned. → Read More

Apple and Johnson & Johnson team up on study to reduce stroke risk: How to volunteer

Apple and Johnson & Johnson have launched a study to explore how the Apple Watch may help reduce the risk of stoke. It's open to those 65 and older. → Read More

IBM, Microsoft sign on with Pope Francis to fight AI bias and misuse of facial recognition

Ethical concerns have been raised around artificial intelligence's impact on society. IBM, Microsoft joined the Pope in backing a set of AI principles. → Read More

Reddit CEO claims TikTok app is 'fundamentally parasitic' and spyware

"I look at that app as so fundamentally parasitic, that it’s always listening," Reddit CEO Steve Huffman said of TikTok. He compared it to spyware. → Read More

Gif or Jif: How do you pronounce it? The definitive answer

In the gif pronunciation debate, Jif brand's teaming up with Giphy for National Peanut Butter Lover’s Day with a definitive answer. You may not agree. → Read More

Galaxy Z Flip review: 24 hours with Samsung's new foldable phone

Coming fresh off the Galaxy Fold, Samsung is out with a new $,1380 folding phone the Galaxy Z Flip. How this bendable phone measures up. → Read More

Coronavirus leads to cancellation of massive MWC mobile trade show in Barcelona

MWC, the mobile technology trade show in Barcelona, was canceled by its organizers Wednesday due to global concerns about the coronavirus outbreak. → Read More

Mac software threats climbed 400% in 2019, more than Microsoft Windows, report says

Mac software threats climbed more than Windows, but Malwarebytes conceded most threats were not considered as dangerous as traditional malware. → Read More

Samsung goes big on 5G, cameras with the Galaxy S20, unveils folding Z Flip phone

Samsung's Galaxy S20 could be the first 5G smartphone you consider. Will next generation wireless and promising camera drive you to buy the flagship? → Read More

Sprint and T-Mobile merger approved by federal judge. Here's what it means for consumers

The No. 3 and No. 4 wireless providers have gotten approval to merge, a $26.5 billion deal the carriers sought for two years. → Read More

Bye-bye, BlackBerry? When the phones may finally disappear for good

TCL Communication said it will no longer sell BlackBerry-branded mobile devices as of this summer. TCL will support existing phones until mid-2022. → Read More

Move aside, Google Maps, Apple Maps and GPS: Why people still love their paper maps

Google Maps just turned 15 and Apple Maps got a makeover, but some people would rather stick with paper maps for emergencies and planning purposes → Read More

Google Maps turns 15: Here are 15 tips to get the most out of the app

Google Maps turns 15 this week, and many of the 1 billion-plus people who turn to Google’s navigation app do so for more than turn-by-turn directions. → Read More

Should you let your kids have a cellphone in school?

Digital device policies are all over the map in U.S. schools. Parents and teachers are divided on whether to curb or ban phone use on school grounds. → Read More