How we'd improve emoji search, times we took longer finding tools for tasks than completing the tasks themselves, vintage tech and game nostalgia, and the default app we'd redesign in iOS 13.
Apple may want 50 percent of publishers' revenue, where is the money from the App Store going, Amazon's acquisition of eero, and the transformative tech that pales next to where we are today.
Which iOS apps and games we've kept on our devices, what features would make us use Siri and Shortcuts more, the first thing we'd change if we were in charge of Apple retail, and our predictions on the death of physical media.
Our usage of group FaceTime before and after Apple's bug, which tech company we'd choose to run the country, what it will take for data privacy to be taken seriously, and how we deal with information overload in this day and age.
How we consume text-based content online, the smartphone and desktop notifications we can't live without, whether foldable phones are a gimmick, and the tech we'd use to improve sporting events.
Apple products we'd like to see revived, our favorite underdog technology, future tech we're still waiting for, and our thoughts on AirPower and Apple's new battery cases.
Items and rooms in our home we wish were "smart," the platform(s) we think could replace YouTube, potential services Apple could offer, and our thoughts on AirPlay 2 and iTunes coming to third-party TVs.
Most anticipated tech of 2019, our social media plans, New Year's resolutions, and the future of the iPad mini.
Our favorite tech gifts we gave this year, Snapchat's new AR lenses for dogs, the most significant tech stories of 2018, and three ways tech made our holidays better.
Facebook's latest privacy woes, other smartphone features we'd love to see in iOS, how our offices are decorated, and what services we use for wish lists.