In 2010, Tech Broiler became a legendary rockin’ group of three. Here’s our eleven most “Amped Up” articles of the year.
The iPad was clearly one of the most popular subjects on Tech Broiler and all of ZDNet for 2010 -- and the number one article on Tech Broiler was about what we might be looking forward to in the next model in 2011.
If you do buy an iPad and decide to bring it into work, what the heck do you actually do with it?
iPad or Kindle? Day reading or Night reading? We put Apple’s hottest product of 2010 against Amazon’s hottest-selling product of 2010 to determine which was the superior e-Reading platform. The results were a bit surprising.
What will it take for Amazon to finally convince me and millions of other hold-outs to finally buy a Kindle? The answer is the open ePub e-book format.
Is Samsung’s Galaxy Tab truly a rival to Apple’s iPad, or is it more of a handheld computer than a true tablet?
Speculation is abound about what happens when the iPhone finally hits America’s best wireless carrier. We’ve actually given it some thought as to what the possible outcomes may be.
The release of 250,000 State Department cables didn't happen due to a design fault or an insecure secret government computer network -- it was lax and inconsistent IT policies applied in the field.
In for the last 30 years in Personal Computing, it’s constantly been a pursuit of more. More processing power, more RAM, more storage. So why go with less? Scott Raymond, who joined our team in the spring of 2010, explains why.
There are many well-established myths about technology that require debunking. Scott Raymond brings you up to speed.
Violet Blue, who joined our motley crew at the end of the year, talks about her dreams for the ideal Social Networking site -- one that includes sexy options for Adults.
Violet may be racy all the time, but the girl isn’t always about Steamy. She can talk the Geek too. Here’s her 2010 holiday gift picks that turned her on this season.
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