Dylan Tweney

Senior Editor, Wired magazine

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Senior editor for Wired magazine, he oversees the website’s gadget coverage

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When it comes to communications, content is supposed to be king, but these days it's all about new technology. Yesterday it was the Nexus One smart-phone from Google.

Oh, the Gadgets We'll See

When it comes to communications, content is supposed to be king, but these days it's all about new technology. Yesterday it was the Nexus One smart-phone from Google.

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