Category: Hardware Review

CIOs: The Apple Watch Will Change the Way People Work

With the announcement of Apple Watch on September 9, 2014, Apple formally entered the consumer market known as wearables. As analysts, buyers and consumers ogle the leather and steel, magnetic charger, digital crown and host of other features, they are missing one key point: Apple will yet again, perhaps unintentionally, change the way people work..

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In defense of Microsoft Surface

This isn’t a formal review of Microsoft’s Surface tablets. Plenty of people can tell you about the original Surface RT’s 1366 x 768 pixel display, the NVIDIA Tegra 3 Quad-core processor and the various ports and sensors. And many have—in not-so-glowing terms when software and hardware are examined together. As I write this, Microsoft has.

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Now Live at iPhone Life Magazine: Top 8 Unusual iPhone Cases

iPhone 5 cases continue to arrive on the market in all shapes and sizes. Here is a roundup of a few of the more unusual ones I’ve received over the last few weeks. Read the entire post here: Top 8 Most Unusual iPhone 5 Cases

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‘3 New Keyboards Provide iPad Typists More Options’ up at iPhone Life

1. Belkin FastFit Keyboard Cover ($79.99) 2. Clamcase pro ($169) 3. AGPtek® Universal Bluetooth Wireless Keyboard ($13.39) Read the entire post at iPhone Life: 3 New Keyboards Provide iPad Typists More Options  

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The New York Urban Adventure Logs – Post No. 1 – Packing

New York Urban Adventure Logs: Packing. This is the first entry in what I’m calling my Urban Adventure series. So what is an urban adventure?  Quit simply, it is a vacation in an urban setting, in this case, New York City. I will be checking-in on FourSquare, tweeting via @DanielWRasmus and maybe evening checking into.

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Kindle Fire First Looks

Before 8am this morning a rather directed FedEx car showed up at the house to deliver a new Kindle Fire HD evaluation unit.  So far, I am impressed. The 7 inch unit is light, bright and clear. It came pre-configured with my Amazon account, so music, video and books in the Amazon Cloud were all.

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Creating Rituals to Care for Small Things

  Strategy is a big thing, but the success of strategy is based on the shepherding of small things. I recently lost two Small things: a Satechi BT MediaRemote Bluetooth Multi-Media Remote Control for iPhone, iPad & iMac, MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, MacBook, and Mac Mini and a Jawbone ICON HD Headset and THE NERD.

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Weeds Finale Reveals the Last iPhone

Cross-posted at iPhone Life. In the Weeds Finale there was only one phone: the iPhone 10. Jenji Kohan and her Weeds team weren’t trying to forecast the future, they were just trying to tell a story. They spent some time, however, imagining the world in which Nancy Botwin existed, and in doing so, they revealed the final iPhone phone design:.

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Barnes & Noble NOOK Tablet Review now up at Pen Computing

  The iPad was purportedly inspired by the Star Trek P.A.D.D. or Personal Access Display Device. Those fictional devices had character. As much as I love my iPad, it is to some degree mundane in its elegance, and most of the other manufacturers have chosen to follow the path of exposed glass displays with smooth.

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mEdge Recon Review: Military Grade Cool up at iPhone Life

When I first opened the samples from the mEdge team, I was a little thrown by a green iPad case, its heavy, olive-colored nylon case covered in loops, and what to most people who have seen it, matching olive-colored carpet.  The case waited in line and kept kind of slipping down the testing queue. But.

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