Rebecca Linke

Senior Associate Editor

Rebecca Linke is a Senior Associate Editor at Computerworld who writes about social media and personal technology, among other topics. She also helps manage Computerworld's Facebook and Google+ pages.

Android could power your next Volvo or Audi

The MP3 is dead, long live the MP3

The MP3 is dead, long live the MP3

The MP3 is dead. So says its creators. But that may not actually be the case.

This Mother’s Day, a look at women in IT

This Mother’s Day, a look at women in IT

We revisit some of the women making names for themselves in tech, and take a deeper look at the overall state of gender diversity in the field.

Microsoft's Emma Watch could help people with Parkinson's

Microsoft's Emma Watch could help people with Parkinson's

A Microsoft researcher has developed a watch that could help control the hand tremors resulting from Parkinson's disease.

The reasoning behind Apple's acquisition of Beddit

The reasoning behind Apple's acquisition of Beddit

Apple has bought Beddit, a company that sells a sleep tracking device. This could be why.

What a Google Fuchsia preview reveals

What a Google Fuchsia preview reveals

Google is working on a new operating system, and we just got our first real look at it.

X-37B rocket on secret mission makes a not so secret landing

X-37B rocket on secret mission makes a not so secret landing

A rocket that has been orbiting Earth in a secret mission for over 700 days just made a not very secret landing in Florida.

C by GE Sol with Amazon's Alexa is smarter than the average light

C by GE Sol with Amazon's Alexa is smarter than the average light

GE has a smart light unlike any other, since it comes with Amazon Alexa baked in.

SpaceX's plan to blanket the world in internet

SpaceX's plan to blanket the world in internet

SpaceX's plan to launch over 4,000 satellites into orbit around Earth to achieve worldwide broadband isn't new, but now the company has a timeline.

Meet Jelly, a cheap and small 4G smartphone running Android Nougat

Meet Jelly, a cheap and small 4G smartphone running Android Nougat

Phones have been getting bigger and more expensive, but Jelly is an Android phone that goes in the opposite direction.

What to expect from Apple's rumored smart speaker

What to expect from Apple's rumored smart speaker

Apple is reportedly working on a smart home hub to rival the Amazon Echo and Google Home. Here is what we know so far.

Bixby starts rolling out in South Korea, but when will it hit the rest of the world?

Bixby starts rolling out in South Korea, but when will it hit the rest of the world?

Samsung's virtual assistant, Bixby, is finally rolling out to Galaxy S8 users in South Korea, but when will it hit the rest of the world?

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