RealClearTechnology Morning Edition

Silicon Valley Is the Next Detroit - James McQuivey, All Things D
You Need to Learn How to Code - Hadi Partovi, USA Today
Can We Build a Thought-controlled Exoskeleton? - Greg Miller, Wired
Tech Has Freed Us from the Office - Farhad Manjoo, Slate
Yahoo Is Right About Telecommuting - Patrick Thibodeau, Computerworld
Should You Fear the New Six Strikes Rule? - Mathew Ingram, GigaOm
Nokia to Build the Ultimate Big Brother - Andrew Orlowski, The Register
Smartphone Market Is Like the Cereal Aisle - Alec Liu, Motherboard
Life in the PC Free/Zero Data World - Paul Thurrott, Supersite for Windows
Why Video Games Take Rap for Violence - Jim Kerstetter, CNET
Who Owns the Future? Who Owns You? - Laurence Scott, The Guardian
Algae, Drones: Living Skyscraper of the Future - Damien Gayle, Daily Mail

RealClearTechnology Afternoon Edition

What the Hell Is a PC Now? - Dan Mitchell, Fortune
2013's All About Smaller Tablets & Bigger Phones - Jared Newman, Time
You Should Wait for the Samsung Galaxy S4 - Marguerite Reardon, CNET
An Autopsy of a Dead Social Network - MIT Technology Review
Microsoft Should Break Itself Up - John Dvorak, PC Magazine
Microsoft's Puzzling Office 365 Roll-Out - Yardena Arar, PC World
What's Good for the Valley Isn't Good for America - Francisco Dao, Pando
Don't Believe the Drumbeat Against IT - Bob Lewis, InfoWorld
Are We All Headed Back to the Office? - Eileen Brown, ZDNet
3D-Printed Cars: Strong as Steel, 1/2 the Weight - Alexander George, Wired

RealClearTechnology Reviews, Tips & How Tos

Samsung Galaxy Note 8: Go Big - Gareth Beavis, Gear Burn
Yota Phone: Is the Force With It? - Eric Zeman, Phone Scoop
Chromebook Pixel a Powerhouse - Nathan Olivarez-Giles, Wired
Sony Xperia's T Was in James Bond, Want It? - Sandra Vogel, IT Pro Portal