Nicole Lee

Senior Editor
Raised in the tropics of Malaysia, Nicole Lee arrived in the United States in search of love, happiness, and ubiquitous broadband. That last one is still a dream, but two out of three isn't bad. Her love for words and technology reached a fever pitch in San Francisco, where she learned you could make a living writing about gadgets, video games, and the Internet. Truly, a dream come true. Other interests include baseball, coffee, cooking, and chasing after her precocious little cat.

Articles by Nicole Lee

01.04.16
Whirlpool integrates Amazon's Dash into its smart appliances
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Whirlpool integrates Amazon's Dash into its smart appliances

It's also introducing a Smart Kitchen Suite plus a washer and dryer that lets you donate to charity.

By N. Lee,   01.04.16
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12.31.15
2015 diversity report card
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2015 diversity report card

We take a look at five different tech companies and grade their commitments to diversity.

By N. Lee,   12.31.15
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12.30.15
Theranos blood test tech supposedly went unchecked for years
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Theranos blood test tech supposedly went unchecked for years

It seems that the lab's proprietary blood tests went unvetted by federal authorities for two years.

By N. Lee,   12.30.15
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12.22.15
Google adds more Chromecast games for the holidays
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Google adds more Chromecast games for the holidays

Enjoy some Angry Birds with your holiday ham.

By N. Lee,   12.22.15
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12.17.15
Facebook's iOS app now lets you browse events by category (update)
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Facebook's iOS app now lets you browse events by category (update)

Have iPhone, will party.

By N. Lee,   12.17.15
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12.15.15
Google's Fi wireless service now supports data-only devices
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Google's Fi wireless service now supports data-only devices

Now you can use Fi with tablets too.

By N. Lee,   12.15.15
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12.04.15
FBI, Microsoft help take down massive global botnet
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FBI, Microsoft help take down massive global botnet

The Dorkbot botnet used over 100,000 computers in over 190 countries.

By N. Lee,   12.04.15
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