Between smartphones, tablets, laptops, wearable tech and more, we love our gadgets on the go but when it comes time to recharge, most of us are still tethered to a power supply. But a host of industry groups are working on new technology that will let us power up, without the cord.
Barnes & Noble and Samsung unveiled a new reading-focused tablet that will replace the bookseller’s own Nook tablets.
For the first-time traveler hoping to avoid baggage fees to the experienced globetrotter, the following 10 tips will help teach you how to pack more efficiently and maybe even more safely.
Smart phones, tablets, laptops – with so much technology at our fingertips it’s sometimes difficult to set it aside. Some of your family or friends may seem even addicted to tech.
Government safety rules are changing to let airline passengers use most electronic devices from gate-to-gate. The change will let passengers read, work, play games, watch movies and listen to music.
Everybody has heard the old “dog ate my homework” joke, but, these days there’s a chance that your pooch may be more interested in your smartphone more than your science project.
Florida shoppers hoping to get a break from sales tax on certain items will have their chance in August.
Are you planning to upgrade your computer in the next year or two? If so, you’ll have a few more decisions to make. The process will also be more fun.
Now that Barnes & Noble’s new $199 Nook HD tablet is starting to ship to customers, the company has lowered the prices on last year’s Nook Tablet models to $179 (16GB) and $159 (8GB) and reduced the price of its entry-level Nook Color to $139.
Microsoft will finally test the waters of the tablet market as its new Surface goes on sale. More than 60 stores in North America will offer the tablet starting tonight at 10 p.m. local time.