Ariel Bogle

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Researcher for Slate's technology section, Future Tense

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This week, world leaders met at the United Nations to address climate change. Notably absent: the leaders of China, India and Australia.

Australia’s Environmental About-Face

This week, world leaders met at the United Nations to address climate change. Notably absent: the leaders of China, India and Australia.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

A Swiss company has introduced a new “Black Phone” - the first smartphone that goes out of its way to protect all your data, all the time. We talk about that in today’s tech segment.

Blackphones, Robot Legs, and Computer Chefs

A Swiss company has introduced a new “Black Phone” - the first smartphone that goes out of its way to protect all your data, all the time. We talk about that in today’s tech segment.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

In today’s tech roundup, a look at Amazon’s new smartphone - and why the company want to get in on the handheld device game.

Tech Roundup

In today’s tech roundup, a look at Amazon’s new smartphone - and why the company want to get in on the handheld device game.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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