It was a busy week in tech news. T-Mobile's $26.5 billion megamerger with Sprint. unveiled its , including a , as well as the . And due to fears surrounding the .
Here are the week's stories you don't want to miss:
They're keeping track by tracking the trackers that track you.
Smaller handset makers rely on events like Mobile World Congress to get attention for their devices.
Presidential candidates look to power companies created under the 1930s New Deal to solve a 21st century issue for rural Americans.
It's already clear there are two things that the cheaper Z Flip can do that the Motorola Razr can't.
A robot named Sam rules over this atypical Ohio farm.
Words do not always mean what you think that they mean, especially in the rapidly changing world of technology.
Commentary: I don't want to watch a movie without subtitles ever. Even in English.
The images, many of them graphic, came from a French imaging company called NextMotion.
Spoiler-free: The Sega icon's cinematic debut is at its best when Sonic goes fast, but the script doesn't always keep up the pace.