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Troy writes the Tech Files column as the Personal Technology Columnist at the San Jose Mercury News. He also covers the digital media, mobile and video game industries and writes occasionally about Apple, chips, social networking and other aspects of technology. Previously, Troy covered Apple and the consumer electronics industry. Prior to joining the Mercury News, Troy reported on technology, business and financial issues for TheStreet.com and CNET News.com.


Next Overstock delivery: Streaming video

Netflix and Amazon may soon have a new rival in the streaming video market. Overstock.com, the discount online retailer and Amazon wannabe, plans to get in the game. At a Read More →

Eyeballs may be the next fingerprints for unlocking devices

When it comes to unlocking your computer, your smartphone or even your car, your eyeball may soon replace your fingerprint, your password and dedicated buttons. At the Consumer Electronics Show earlier this month, I met with representatives of EyeLock, which Read More →

CES 2015: Taking a tour of virtual reality with Oculus Rift

LAS VEGAS -- I'm not convinced that Oculus Rift will live up to its considerable hype, but it's definitely very cool. I got to experience the cutting edge virtual reality system for the first time at the Consumer Electronics Show here Read More →

CES 2015: Attending the show via robot

For years, I've been covering the Consumer Electronics Show solo for the Mercury News. This year, I was joined by one of my colleagues -- virtually at least. Jeremy Owens, our breaking news and business and technology editor, got to attend Read More →

CES 2015: US tech sales predicted to grow faster than global market

LAS VEGAS — The technology market is expected to grow faster this year in the United States than in the world as a whole, but that doesn’t mean it will be anything to write home about. U.S. sales of consumer electronics Read More →

CES 2015: This year’s big new TV feature — more colors

LAS VEGAS -- When it comes to TVs, color is the new black -- or maybe the new HD. To boost TV sales over the last 10 years, manufacturers have made sets ever larger and thinner, repeatedly boosted their resolution, connected Read More →

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