Kashmir Hill

NYT technology reporter

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NYT technology reporter

Kashmir Hill on KCRW

Ever wonder why it seems like you’re always waiting forever on the phone to speak with someone at a store? Or why sometimes you can return items easily and sometimes you can’t?

Secret consumer scores influence whether you can return a purchase and more

Ever wonder why it seems like you’re always waiting forever on the phone to speak with someone at a store? Or why sometimes you can return items easily and sometimes you can’t?

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Google, Amazon, Microsoft, Facebook and Apple are the ‘Big Five’ tech giants. It’s tough to consider life without them. But with that dependence, we pay a price: our privacy.

Tech reporter struggles to wean herself off Apple, Amazon and other big tech

Google, Amazon, Microsoft, Facebook and Apple are the ‘Big Five’ tech giants. It’s tough to consider life without them. But with that dependence, we pay a price: our privacy.

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What's in a cell phone? About one hundred times more information than all 72 thousand pages of James Madison's collected works.

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What's in a cell phone? About one hundred times more information than all 72 thousand pages of James Madison's collected works.

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