Until recently, I've never been attracted by the idea of a tablet. The Surface may change that.
Analysis: A prepaid phone may be simply a stopgap, or a way around the high costs, two-year contractual handcuffs, and other difficulties of most current postpaid carriers.
Two current scanners, the NeatDesk and the Xerox Mobile Scanner, offer simple ways to digitize and store a variety of paper documents.
Buyers don't realize how expensive a 'cheap' printer really is until they start replacing the ink.
The latest version of Google Docs is cleaner, easier to read and easier to use than its predecessors, and it adds the ability to collaborate in real time.
If you're one of those who really wants to follow the play-by-play as it happens -- the debates, the ads, the back-and-forth on the talk shows, the Twitter conversations -- the best way to do it is via your mobile device.
Matt Hamblen's recent article on ebook borrowing illustrates the difficulties libraries are facing in the digital age. It's too bad, because libraries are an important resource.
The current crop of Ultrabooks to make their appearance are attractive, but they aren't yet quite the wonders that we'd like.
E-Ink e-readers may not give you a lot of browsing capability, but their price tags may make them more of an impulse buy than their sexier siblings.
If you're still using a traditional computer (as opposed to a tablet), you're probably also still using a traditional mouse.
Google is insisting that users go by their real names. A lot of users are not happy.
There are other low-cost video cameras out there, but the Flip has always led the way in ease of use and quality of output, creating videos that were clean and focused.
Back in 1984, I wrote a book that sold to a lot of libraries. It stayed on the shelves for over a decade. If it had been an e-book published today by HarperCollins, there's a good chance it would have been off those shelves within a year. Or sooner.
The NYTimes Chrome app displayed a Request for Permission window that was so blatant in its demands for full access to multiple aspects of my online life that I had to read it a couple of times to make sure I had it right.
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