Microsoft’s Surface machines have always been made to highlight the best experience Windows 8 could bring, and in the Surface Pro 3, the company is improving both the design and spec to make a true Ultrabook competitor. Is the third time really the charm?
We’ve heard for years that electronic gadgets need to be off during take-off and landing, and you’ve probably questioned it, but from today, that is no longer an issue.
Vodafone has been rebuilding its network this year, and if you’ve been taking advantage of the data as a 3G customer, you may want to grab a 4G dongle, because you’re about to have access.
The next line of processors from Intel is almost here, and they’ll do more than just offer faster speeds and better battery life: they’ll be smaller than any other Intel chips before it.
What the world needs now is less lawsuits and more innovation, and it looks like we’re about to get some of that first one, and possibly a bit more of the latter, as Samsung and Apple decide to call it quits on the lawsuits. At least for now.
There’s good news afoot, and some of it is about what we’re doing with our feet, on our feet, moving around with those feet and exercising the other parts of our body, and that’s leading to a growth in a new area called “mHealth.”
Security problems aren’t going anywhere, and more proof that your computers need a solution comes this week with the news that Aussies are getting hit hard with an Android form of ransomware.
HP’s recent tablet hybrids have been made with a focus on consumers, but the business market isn’t being left out, evident in the Elitebook Revolve, a notebook with an older type of convertible hinge and some new innards to bring this style of machine into 2014.
Announced this week, Toshiba is giving itself a second encore, so to speak, as it one ups its Encore tablet with a slightly bigger second addition.
Adobe’s 2014 Creative Cloud software might be available locally, but the special Ink pen and Slide ruler hardware is yet to turn up in the same place.