Mobile tech has advanced so fast in the last few years that it is easy to forget how long companies have been pushing the envelope in preparation of today's powerful gadgetry. Join us in a trip down memory lane as we look at early gadgets that changed the landscape forever.
The mobile space is exploding with smartphones in every pocket and tablets on the horizon. James Kendrick brings you the latest news from the mobile world and a breakdown of what it means to you. If it is tech and it moves, you'll find it here.
James Kendrick has been using mobile devices since they weighed 30 pounds, and has been sharing his insights on mobile technology for almost that long.
Microsoft decided to make Windows 8 fit the entire spectrum of computing devices, from desktops to touch tablets. The more I use it, the more I like it, but there is one thing it does that is totally annoying.
The HTC One will hit three major US carriers soon and T-Mobile just announced its pricing. The newest phone from HTC will require a down payment and an installment purchase plan.
One and a half months ago, I broke down and replaced my ageing MacBook with a 13-inch MacBook Pro. This laptop rocks a Retina display and is my primary desktop system. Paired with an inexpensive gadget, it is a great tool for my work.
Start talking about Chromebook and most people's eyes glaze over at the thought of a laptop that is just a "web browser." The weaknesses that most find in the Chromebook are actually strengths for those it targets.
I recently shared the small mobile kit I planned on using on a short trip. The trip is almost over and it's worth following up with thoughts on how well it worked, or didn't work, in different areas.
A familiar scene: A laptop user in a coffee shop or airport terminal with a power cord stretched out dangerously to the inconveniently placed outlet. Odds are that the laptop is already fully charged.
You can never have enough apps and good ones are the best. The apps in this collection work beautifully on the large screen of the Galaxy Note 2 as they should on the newest Galaxy S4.
When Acer debuted its $199 Chromebook it was unusual as it included a hard drive instead of flash storage. The new refreshed model still has the HDD, but doubles the memory and offers increased battery life for a higher price tag.
Microsoft is reportedly delaying a launch of Office for the iPad and Android to late next year. That may be too late with Google poised to take Office customers.