Rebecca Linke

Senior Associate Online Editor

Rebecca Linke is an associate online editor at Computerworld who writes about social media and personal technology, among other topics. She also helps manage Computerworld's Facebook and Google+ pages.

Tesla's new gigafactory -- what we know

Amazon Prime Air drone deliveries take flight in UK

Amazon Prime Air drone deliveries take flight in UK

Amazon is teaming up with the UK government to bring drone deliveries to British citizens. So what exactly is happening? And are we all likely to see drones buzzing overhead in the near future?

The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 iris scanner comes with some serious limitations

The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 iris scanner comes with some serious limitations

The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is set to be released next week, but leaked screenshots show that its iris scanner has some serious limitations.

Facebook completes first test flights of its solar-powered Aquila internet drone

Facebook completes first test flights of its solar-powered Aquila internet drone

Up in the sky, look! It's a bird! It's a plane! It's a solar-powered internet drone!

Elon Musk's 'Master Plan: Part Deux' -- what you need to know

Elon Musk's 'Master Plan: Part Deux' -- what you need to know

Just weeks after his company, Tesla, becomes embroiled in controversy regarding Autopilot technology in it's cars, Elon Musk is announcing the second part of his "master plan."Here is what you need to know.

Twitter finally offers verified accounts to the masses

Twitter finally offers verified accounts to the masses

Twitter is finally offering verified accounts -- you know, those little blue check marks next to the name of someone famous on Twitter -- to the non-celebrities among us. But what exactly does having a verified account mean? And why...

Google releases fifth and final Android 7.0 Nougat developer preview

Google releases fifth and final Android 7.0 Nougat developer preview

Android has released its fifth and final developers preview for Android 7.0 Nougat. So what can we expect in this version?

Pokémon Go down, target of DDoS attack

Pokémon Go down, target of DDoS attack

People the world over are heartbroken, forlorn, just not seeing the point of it all anymore. And who can blame them? Pokémon Go has been down or playable only sporadically all weekend.

European Commission files third suit against Google

European Commission files third suit against Google

The European Union's European Commission has brought charges against Google. Again.

Nest's outdoor camera and Google A.I. tell you when someone's at your door

Nest's outdoor camera and Google A.I. tell you when someone's at your door

Nest has a new outdoor camera, and it comes with a butterfly. Ok, I might be kidding about that butterfly part, but the camera does come with some very cool, Nest-esque features, including sensors that use A.I. to figure out if that...

Google acqui-hires Kifi team to improve Google Spaces

Google acqui-hires Kifi team to improve Google Spaces

Another day, another Google acquisition. This time, Google is acqui-hiring the small team at Kifi to work on Google Spaces.

Anki's Cozmo makes everyone an A.I. expert

Anki's Cozmo makes everyone an A.I. expert

Cozmo is a cute little, WALL-E-esque robot with big dreams.

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