Why Computers Matter

Computers are making us more human.

That’s the theme of this month’s best computers series, in which we examine the machines that we use every day to connect to the world around us.

From Facebook to Twitter, Facebook is powering the digital revolution.

But what does it mean to be human?

And what does computing mean to us?

This month, we look at the machines behind Facebook, Twitter, and more.

This month’s winners are: Google Home, the Google Assistant, and Google Glass.

The new Google Assistant is a machine that can speak with you in 140 characters.

The device can also perform tasks you ask it to, such as remembering what you said, or reading your tweets in a new language.

Facebook has a lot of hardware, but it’s also a computer.

The social network has a large user base, but that doesn’t mean it can’t also make users feel like they’re living in a virtual reality.

Last month, Facebook introduced its Oculus Rift virtual reality headset.

In 2018, Apple introduced its virtual reality head-mounted display, which can take you out of your house, into a movie theater, or into the woods.

This year, Apple unveiled the Apple Watch, an augmented reality smartwatch that can record your every move.

Microsoft has always been a software company.

It’s still a software maker, but this year, it began offering its own hardware and services, including its HoloLens augmented reality headset, a HoloLens virtual reality system, and a new version of Office.

Apple has been working on a new iPhone, which will be unveiled on September 16.

Microsoft has announced that its HoloPhone augmented reality system will be launched in the fall.

Microsoft is also developing an AR headset called the Hololens, and Microsoft’s HoloLens AR system is slated to arrive in the spring.

A new breed of computer is taking over our lives.

These devices have become so pervasive that they’ve created a new kind of computing—one that combines the most cutting-edge computing technology with the most advanced social, video, and social media capabilities.

But how does the future look for the people who make these devices?

This article is part of a series on the most disruptive technologies that are disrupting the world.