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No more swapping out USB cables in crowded conference rooms. This monster charger on Kickstarter can juice up a platoon of mobile devices.
There are grave consequences for behaving badly on social networks. Becoming unemployable may be the least of them.
State-sponsored surveillance and repression should not be your concern. Social networks, providers and employers you trust to safeguard your data and livelihood is what worries me most.
We always appreciate a nice display, and have come to think of ourselves as connoisseurs and critics of the very best (and worst) in holiday light entertainment.
New Orleans, the Big Easy city of Jazz, Mardi Gras, strong cocktails, non-stop partying and anything goes is a delight to see at night during the holiday season.
Over the years, we’ve developed a set of guidelines for holiday lights. Every holiday season we distribute citations to local residences for exceptionally good (and exceptionally bad) light displays.
Whoops, I broke it again. When shopping for a new PC, laptop, or ultrabook, make sure you investigate the terms of your warranty and the optional accidental damage coverage policies available to you.
Both of these armored cases are polycarbonate clamshell, silicone rubber-wrapped monsters designed to take a beating for your iPad Air or iPad mini. But which one reigns supreme?
The current generation of ultra-protection lands for the iPad Air, mini and Kindle Fire HD/HDX.
In an alternate reality, had different choices been made, Canada's crown technology jewel might have remained a mobile powerhouse.
My ZDNet colleague, Adrian Kingsley-Hughes, has aired his grievances about Windows PCs and has decided to switch to Macs. But I reckon his mid-life computing crisis runs deeper than just the OS.
The newest iPad Air case from Trident is a compromise between protection and style.
We're not convinced that meeting or exceeding MIL-STD-810F Department of Defense specs means much when protecting the iPad Air.
When is the updated, 6th-generation version of Apple's flagship tablet coming? All signs point to October or November of 2014. But the real question is not when the product is going to be released, it's what's going to be in it.
Apple's sixth generation iPad, due presumably in October 2014 is likely to have important but incremental improvements over its predecessor.
The new silicone rubber and polycarbonate case for iPad Air from Hard Candy provides a lightweight but still protective alternative to Otterbox, Griffin, Trident and other extreme-protection products.
The new iPad Air is an incredible technical achievement, but for who and what need is the industrial design of this device really addressing?
In their latest October 2013 survey released just in time for All Hallows' Eve, IT recruiting firm Modis surveyed 1000 Americans to find out what potential tech disasters are keeping them up at night.
No amount of new shiny tablets from Cupertino is going to change the fact that the iPad and its iCloud are unsuitable for the future of real enterprise applications.
Modern smartphones still cannot exchange business card information as efficiently as a device released 17 years ago.