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.

Snapchat's Spectacles -- what we know so far

How the Yahoo breach affects you

How the Yahoo breach affects you

Yahoo confirmed Thursday that it has been breached, with a massive amount of user information being stolen. Obviously, this is bad news for Yahoo, but what does it mean for users?

Why Apple should buy McLaren -- even if it won't

Why Apple should buy McLaren -- even if it won't

Rumor has it that Apple is in talks with British supercar maker McLaren, but both companies are denying those claims. Here's why a deal would work out well for both parties.

Introducing Allo: A cross-platform messaging app with A.I. chops

Introducing Allo: A cross-platform messaging app with A.I. chops

Let's be honest, we were all thinking it: Google needs a new messaging app. Luckily, Google thought so, too. So today it is starting the roll out of its new app, Allo, which includes some special functionality that its other messaging...

Google's Pixel and Pixel XL announcement -- what we know so far

Google's Pixel and Pixel XL announcement -- what we know so far

Google has finally (somewhat) confirmed that it will be debuting its new smartphones at an event next month. Photos were leaked earlier Monday.

Transportation as a Service: Lyft's self-driving car revolution

Transportation as a Service: Lyft's self-driving car revolution

Lyft president and cofounder John Zimmer has laid out a vision for the future, one that relies on self-driving cars. They will not only change how we get from one place to another, but also affect how our cities are designed.

The anatomy of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 recall

The anatomy of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 recall

Apparently, gently suggesting that people return Samsung Galaxy Note 7 smartphones that might have been prone to exploding wasn't a strong enough move.

Uber's self-driving cars in Pittsburgh: What it's like to ride in one and where they're coming next

Uber's self-driving cars in Pittsburgh: What it's like to ride in one and where they're coming next

Move over Silicon Valley, Pittsburgh is the new hub of tech innovation. At least, it might seem that way, with Uber rolling out its pilot self-driving car program there this week.

Samsung Galaxy S8: Release date, headphone jack, camera, code names and more

Samsung Galaxy S8: Release date, headphone jack, camera, code names and more

The Samsung Galaxy S8 is likely still almost six months away, so that means that everyone is talking about it now.

Chevy Bolt range blows other EVs out of the water

Chevy Bolt range blows other EVs out of the water

The new Chevrolet Bolt is blowing its electric vehicle competition out of the water with its range and price, which combined will make the Bolt a viable option for for many people. So what are its specs, and when can we get one?

Telsa's Autopilot update could have prevented fatal crash -- and future UFO collisions

Telsa's Autopilot update could have prevented fatal crash -- and future UFO collisions

Tesla wants to help you avoid hitting any UFOs. Seriously, that is in the company's latest press release. There is some other stuff in there, also, about an Autopilot 8.0 update and how it will help increase driver safety, but it...

Google's Project Wing to deliver burritos to hungry students

Google's Project Wing to deliver burritos to hungry students

Technology has been responsible for some truly life-changing advancements. Electricity. The internal combustion engine. The internet. Drone-delivered burritos.

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