The last week of January marks the first week that kids have of school, and that means it’s time to start thinking of computers to buy for the kids, as well as the software to go with it.
Sony’s all-you-can-hear music services has been around for a while, but it won’t be for much longer, as the company signals the end of Music Unlimited to work with Spotify instead.
If you’re at all worried that a laptop mightn’t survive the backpack of one of your kids, Lenovo’s decision to make a military grade computer for under $700 might grab some attention. Now, is it any good?
Budget Windows tablets are a big deal this year, and Toshiba is here in this area with a new machine of its own, bringing Windows 8 to a 7 inch tablet for $199. Worth it, or could you do better?
The tablet market is a very crowded one, but Lenovo hopes to differentiate itself from the competition with a neat and useful design, durable materials, and a great screen. Could this be your next tablet?
The next version of Windows is almost here, with Microsoft revealing more about Windows 10, an OS that skips a number and unites a bunch of devices under one operating system.
Tablets are laptops these days, and laptops are also tablets, an observation that is evident in the Asus Transformer Book Flip, a machine that tries to marry the best of both with a big 15 inch screen. Does it succeed, or just fall flat?
Some of us are just clumsy, and while technology is often getting stronger, sometimes you just need a case. Fortunately, if you’re an iPad Mini owner and are a little clumsy and know it, there’s a new accessory arriving to stop the tears from any unexpected (or semi-expected) falls.
School’s almost back, and that means it’s time to look for computers for the kids. HP might have an option for this in its Stream line-up, with the $229 Stream 8 tablet.