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Jonathan Margolis


Jonathan Margolis is the technology columnist for AIR MAIL. Before that, he wrote about technology for The Financial Times. Margolis lives in London.

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Landing Gear A screen-free device that keeps kids engaged; Kanye West’s uncanny music-making gizmo; a seasoned app for plant-based diners; and more

Landing Gear Zen is the head that wears this crown; videoconferencing hardware with Hollywood ambitions; a wildlife-observation device for the birds; and more

Landing Gear A sleek e-bike that’s a dream to drive; noise-canceling headphones backed by 15 years and $50 million worth of research; a “dumbphone” smarter than the rest; and more

Landing Gear An otherworldly speaker with style; a tracking device for the most forgetful and far-flung among us; Lego’s inspired retro-camper set; and more

Landing Gear A magical, musical box of tricks from Sweden; a new videoconferencing service making remote meetings a treat; a sleek espresso machine spawning legions of at-home baristas; and more

Landing Gear A home sound system that—finally!—balances good design with performance; a military-grade smartphone; game-changing earphones with a sensible price tag; and more

Landing Gear Discover a retro-inspired camera that looks as good as it works; the otherworldly training device top Olympians swear by; a battery pack tailor-made for travelers; and more

Landing Gear Our new, intrepid tech columnist offers his singular take on three favorite products—and the world’s most transporting app

Mission Control Elon Musk is plotting to launch 42,000 satellites. Why?

To Infinity … and Beyond! A mystery man recently buzzed LAX with his jet pack. But for the rest of us, the future of post-pandemic flight is still on hold

Take a Right at the Second Cloud After 50 years, is one man’s dream of flying cars closer to reality?