Feel overwhelmed by the never-ending waves of technology news? Let The Wall Street Journal's technology columnists help. Join David Pierce, Joanna Stern and Christopher Mims every Friday as they talk about the most important tech trends -- and why you should care.
#12: Razr Phones, Huawei Woes, 'Valley' Bros
David, Joanna and Christopher ponder the flip phone's future after WSJ broke news of Motorola's upcoming Razr reboot. Then they call up reporter Stu Woo in London to explain why we keep hearing about Huawei in the news, and what it means to customers. Then the gang shares tips on breaking the reliance on Facebook's birthday reminders. Finally, David interviews the creator of the new National Geographic series "Valley of the Boom," about the early days of the web.
#11: All the Gadgets You Can Eat
David hits the CES tech show in Vegas, then reports back to Joanna and Christopher, who decided to avoid the crowds this year. His favorites: Hyundai's walking car and Samsung's modular MicroLED TV, which could be plastered across an entire wall. But first, they have an obligatory catch up on Apple woes, namely iPhone XR, aka the not-so-little iPhone that couldn't. After Christopher shares some helpful email pointers, David interviews Segway-Ninebot's Tony Ho about why electric scooters are, like, the best.
#10: Fewer iPhones, Cheaper Teslas, More Chips
David, Joanna and Christopher ring in the New Year with their tech resolutions, but first they wring their hands over Apple's latest drama (China dragging down the iPhone King?) and Tesla's new headache (How can supply AND demand be down?). For the latter, they seek the wisdom of reporter Tim Higgins (Does Elon Musk have soft hands?). Finally, David interviews Renee James, a longtime Intel exec and founder of chipmaker Ampere, about the role processors play in Netflix binge-watching and personal data collection.
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