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The Death of Planned Obsolescence

It used to be that a gadget worked best on the day you bought it. But nearly everything now runs on Internet-updatable software, thus our gadgets’ functions are no longer static. It’s still true that a gizmo you buy today will be eclipsed by something that comes along later, but just like Meryl Streep, your devices will now dazzle you as they age.

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