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Chief Correspondent and Editor-at-Large — Mashable

Chief Correspondent and Editor-at-Large of Mashable, tech expert, social media commentator, amateur cartoonist and robotics fan.

Early Windows 10 frustrations spawn #Windows10Fails

mashable.com — Windows 10 is a solid operating system with an enviable collection of new features and functionality. But it's not perfect. Since its launch on July 29, at least 14 million people downloaded Microsoft's next-generation software - and that number may be growing.

What Does Tom Cruise Do With His iPad? [VIDEO]

mashable.com — Mashable doesn't get invited to a lot of red carpet events, so we took advantage of our primo spot at the Mission Impossible 4: Ghost Protocol premiere to ask big-name stars and celebrities what they do with technology. Tom Cruise was one of our last victims and he gave us approximately 28 seconds of wonder or is it wonderment?

Nvidia tablet recalled for literally being too hot to handle

mashable.com — Nvidia is voluntarily recalling its SHIELD 8-inch gaming tablet. The company announced on Friday morning that it's issuing a voluntary recall of all SHIELD tablets sold between July of 2014 and July of 2015 over safety concerns. Apparently the battery can overheat and pose a fire hazard.

IBM Watson wants to give you health advice from your local CVS

mashable.com — IBM's ultra-smart super-computer, Watson, seems to be everywhere these days. From helping robots understand Chinese to offering cooking advice and protecting the world from offensive and ineffectual emails. Now Watson is coming to your neighborhood drugstore. No, you will not see a giant blue computer behind the counter at your local CVS, but you may feel its influence.

What to do if your PC doesn't have enough space for Windows 10

mashable.com — You've read the reviews and made the decision: You want Windows 10 on your PC. The brand new operating system brings with it a host of improvements, including a new web browser, Microsoft Edge, the return of the Start Menu, better built-in apps and the chatty Cortana.

Inside the creation of Microsoft Edge, the Internet Explorer killer

mashable.com — Internet Explorer turns 20 this year, but there will be no celebrations. Instead IE is being pushed off the Windows desktop in favor of a brand new web browsing experience: Microsoft Edge. Internet Explorer is not dead, nor will it be missing from Windows 10 when it ships on July 29.

Twitter is not good at Periscope, ironically

mashable.com — What was Twitter thinking? Early Tuesday afternoon, interim CEO Jack Dorsey tweeted out that Twitter's Q2 earnings call would be broadcast on Periscope, the social platform's streaming video service. I, and probably thousands of others, added Twitter Earnings to my Periscope feed. At 5 PM EDT, I opened the app and watched....nothing.

Windows 10: The Review

mashable.com — If you simultaneously take a step forward while stepping back, you might be accused of going nowhere. But that's Windows 10 in a nutshell. Microsoft's still-dominant operating system is changing and regressing, all in an effort to satisfy millions of existing customers while still attracting new ones.
Jul 28, 2015

Great #Windows10 review from @lanceulanoff: Windows 10 review: A needed upgrade with missing pieces mashable.com/2015/07/28/win…

Jul 28, 2015

Tech reviews don't get much more beautiful-looking than this: Windows 10: the review mashable.com/2015/07/28/win… via @LanceUlanoff

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Motorola unveils water-resistant Moto G (3rd Generation)

mashable.com — Motorola has a big day planned. It's rolling out two new phones in the U.S.: a flagship Moto X update and a lower-end, more road-ready Moto G. The handset maker, though, got the party started early and just unveiled the water-resistant (IPX7-rated) Moto G in India. The wait is finally over!

An AI arms race could be the death of us, scientists warn

mashable.com — Robots probably won't kill people, but people could kill people with robots. That's the concern of an open letter signed by scientists and other interested parties - including Elon Musk, Steve Wozniak and Stephen Hawking.
Jul 27, 2015

"Robots probably won't kill people, but people could kill people with robots." Alarm bells over AI 'arms race' mashable.com/2015/07/27/mus…

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Aug 04, 2015

RT @mashabletech: AT&T blames "hardware-related issue" for outages in the Southeast; engineers "working to restore service" - statement htt…

Aug 04, 2015

Massive 25-foot-wide sinkhole opens up in the middle of Brooklyn mashable.com/2015/08/04/bro… I dunno. I feel like this story is full of hole

Aug 04, 2015

@Kantrowitz For me, it lacks the engagement (and permanence) of Twitter. With out the dopamine kick, it fails to turn me on. I'm also old.

Aug 04, 2015

@Kantrowitz I want to, desperately, but can only seem to use it for a minute at a time, once ever four weeks.

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