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Stewart Wolpin

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Stewart Wolpin is a freelance writer living in New York City and a frequent contributor to Invention & Technology.

Stewart has been writing about consumer electronics for more than 25 years. In addition to reporting, reviewing and analyzing new products and technologies, he's also an elector for the Consumer Electronics Hall of Fame and is the unofficial historian for the industry.

Stewart has written two books, neither dealing with technology: Bums No More: The Championship Season the 1955 Brooklyn Dodgers and The Rules of Neighborhood Poker According to Hoyle.

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As cell phones get smarter, they reach deeper into our lives

While 3-D technology has been around since the 19th century, it's only now taking off

The gas plasma panel offered a brighter display with no flicker and higher contrast, but took 30 years to perfect

In this past decade, social networking sites have connected nearly a billion users
Versatile laptops have now replaced desktops as the computer of choice
E-books promise that a reader will never run out of something to read
Although it took a long time to understand the value of digital video recording, the American public now embraces it
Apple gave consumers the power to personalize the functionality of their phones like they do their PCs
A long-shot technology, the global positioning system, enjoyed explosive growth in consumer products once the military removed accuracy restrictions

A proud father invented the cell-phone camera to share images of his new baby with friends