Mike Elgan

Mike Elgan is an opinion columnist at large who writes for Computerworld.com, The Raw Feed, TechGear and many other online and print publications. In the past, Mike has worked as chief editor for Windows Magazine, HP World Magazine, Inside HP, HP World News, The Palm Reader, Palm News, Road Tricks, Portable Life News, Laptop Life, BuzzWords, Pocket Windows and Portable Windows. The World Is My Office

Google Glass strikes back

What it's like to experience the internet

What it's like to experience the internet

The technology-using public now demands more than mere information. They want to feel like they're really there.

What's in your food? Tech will tell!

What's in your food? Tech will tell!

Technology is empowering consumers with knowledge about what's really in the food we eat.

Is it dumb to trust smart technology?

Is it dumb to trust smart technology?

Automation is nice, but it doesn't mean you should hand over responsibility to the machines.

Pokémon Go and the demon-haunted world

Pokémon Go and the demon-haunted world

The world of mixed reality will be populated by countless 'spirits, demons, angels, ghosts and gods'

Why Google Fi? Because it's fast, cheap and easy

Why Google Fi? Because it's fast, cheap and easy

The best mobile service just got way, way better. Google's poorly understood Fi is just too good to pass up, especially for digital nomads.

Where's my single social stream?

Where's my single social stream?

Years ago, everybody wanted their social activity unified into a single stream. Is the dream still alive?

 Why wearables will replace your smartphone

Why wearables will replace your smartphone

Smartphones are about to change completely, then fade away. Here comes the distributed, invisible user interface.

YouTube live mobile video changes everything

YouTube live mobile video changes everything

Google finally embraces mobile live video streaming. Here's why the world will never be the same.

High-end mobile VR is virtually here

High-end mobile VR is virtually here

A new category of virtual reality is emerging -- somewhere between tethered consoles and smartphone add-ons.

There's no such thing as a flying car

There's no such thing as a flying car

Larry Page is building an awesome flying machine that might be safe, quiet, affordable and eco-friendly. It's just not a car.

These three virtual assistants point the way to the future

These three virtual assistants point the way to the future

Step aside, Siri, Cortana and Alexa. We look at three new virtual assistants that raise the bar for usefulness, interactivity and personalization.

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