Rebecca Linke

Senior Associate Editor

Rebecca Linke is a Senior Associate Editor at Computerworld who writes about social media and personal technology, among other topics. She also helps manage Computerworld's Facebook and Google+ pages.

Fingerprint Apple's iPhones? Add it to the list of things Uber has done

Nintendo discontinues the NES Classic -- this could be why

Nintendo discontinues the NES Classic -- this could be why

Nintendo has discontinued the wildly popular NES Classic without offering any real reason for the decision. We try to get to the bottom of the issue.

Your phone's sensors can spy on you -- here's how

Your phone's sensors can spy on you -- here's how

Your phone's sensors can be used to decipher your PIN, if you use one. Here is how.

AMD acquires Nitero to up its VR cred

AMD acquires Nitero to up its VR cred

AMD is acquiring Nitero, a company that provides technology to connect VR headsets wirelessly to PCs. But what is AMD's plan for the company?

Want to make money from YouTube? Just get 10k views first

Want to make money from YouTube? Just get 10k views first

YouTube is changing its rules, requiring creators to get 10,000 views before they start making money from videos posted to the platform.

YouTube TV is here -- but is it something people want?

YouTube TV is here -- but is it something people want?

YouTube has launched its TV subscription services that should rival traditional cable services. But it still has some shortcomings.

This material for smartphone screens can repair itself

This material for smartphone screens can repair itself

A scratched smartphone screen can be a frustration, but thanks to a new technology, it is one we may not have to deal with for much longer.

Apple orders 70 million bendable OLED screens from Samsung for its new iPhone

Apple orders 70 million bendable OLED screens from Samsung for its new iPhone

We are getting closer and closer to the (still months away) launch of the iPhone 8. So, naturally, we keep learning more about what Apple's highly anticipated new phone will include.

Android 7.1.2 is rolling out -- but only to Pixel C and Nexus Player devices

Android 7.1.2 is rolling out -- but only to Pixel C and Nexus Player devices

Android Nougat 7.1.2 is starting to roll out to some devices, but there is a good chance yours won't be one of them.

April Fools' 2017 roundup: The pranks start early this year

April Fools' 2017 roundup: The pranks start early this year

It is April 1, and you know what that means: pranks. Companies from all over are getting in on the fun -- here are some of the best hoaxes around.

Android Wear 2.0 delayed again, but for how long?

Android Wear 2.0 delayed again, but for how long?

If you've been patiently waiting for Android Wear 2.0, you will have to wait a little longer.

SpaceX to launch a 'used rocket' for the first time

SpaceX to launch a 'used rocket' for the first time

SpaceX, a company built partially on the goal of reusing its spacecrafts, is finally putting that idea into practice.

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