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Katie Boehret
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Remember the feeling of using a BlackBerry keyboard? Nostalgia for old technology is a powerful thing.

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After 12 years reviewing tech products, +Bonnie Cha is heading off for a new adventure--but not without a look back. Great read.

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I review +Timehop and +Facebook's On This Day--two services that help you look back in time. But will you want to? 

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Start your week off right by reading this #DCtech  series by +Amy Schatz 

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Sad but true: You will die. But will your loved ones be able to access your digital data? Here's a guide that will help you plan ahead.

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Last month I reviewed the +Google +Chromebook Pixel with USB-C. Today, I reviewed Apple's new MacBook, which also has it. How do they compare? My full Re/code review here.

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+Flipboard was born and raised on tablets and smartphones, but today, it grew up and moved to the Web. I got access one month early to review for you on Re/code. Enjoy --and share a magazine with me!

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"'You really want another thing to charge?' Steve Jobs said, with an incredulous expression.

About five years ago, Re/code co-executive editor Walt Mossberg and I sat in a meeting with Apple’s then-CEO, discussing the smartphone landscape, among other things. We broached the topic of wireless earbuds for the iPhone, since everything else seemed to be riding the wire-free trend. Jobs was immediately ready with his retort — which, in memory, may not have been as PG as the quote above.

Of course, wireless headphones now come in all shapes and sizes, but Jobs was right: They’re just one more thing you need to remember to plug in and charge. ..."

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Does back pain have you reaching for the Aleve? I test a tech solution that tricked me into exercising--and I didn't mind.

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I hate to crush your "Top Gun" dreams, but flying a drone isn't as straightforward as you may think. Here's my guide to FAQs about this ever-growing category in consumer tech.
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