Navneet Alang is a technology and culture writer based out of Toronto. His work has appeared in The Atlantic, New Republic, Globe and Mail, and Hazlitt.
In praise of the worst phone on the market
Why Google can't hack it as a hardware company
Is Microsoft out of ideas?
Mark Zuckerberg is going to ruin Instagram
The little social networks that couldn't
The real reason Apple is now selling 7 different iPhones at once
Shape-shifting is the future of smartphones
Facebook is a failed experiment
Big tech's narrowing focus
The Samsung Note 9: Bigger, badder, and boring