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Hayley Tsukayama covers consumer technology for The Washington Post. A Minnesota native, she joined The Post in 2010 after completing her master's degree in journalism. She lives in the Bay Area.
Roku, which leads Google, Amazon and Apple in streaming media devices, sets its sights on the audio world.
Apple released two new models of the MacBook Pro, giving the 13-inch and 15-inch models a performance boost but keeping their controversial keyboard.
A recent report making the rounds suggests we should wrap our car keys in tinfoil.
Magic Leap, the augmented-reality start-up, now says the product is coming this summer.
Microsoft's smaller Surface starts at $400 and courts a new audience.
Top members of the House Energy and Commerce Committee asked Google and Apple for more information on how their smartphone operating systems collect data.
The tablet market has been shrinking — but not at Amazon.
The problem appears to stem from Samsung Messages, the default messaging app on Samsung phones.
OpenAI, an Elon Musk-funded project, can now go toe to toe with a team of five people playing DOTA 2. Here's what that means for the world outside playing games.
Apple has set up a free repair program to fix faulty MacBook keyboards.