Charging your smart phones is a pain. You frequently forget to plug them in before you go to bed.
For the wishlist: Duracell Powermat
New tech will protect your smartphone from falls
How much would you pay to guard your smartphone from accidental drops and bumps? How about $35?
The debate over monitoring employees
Your company provided you a laptop you can use at home. Say you use it to watch movies on Netflix
Don’t forget these business website essentials
Is your business’ website turning away customers? Are customers logging on to your site simply to abandon your online home because they can’t find what they want? If so, you might need a website upgrade.
They’re not kidding: A MacBook named the best Windows laptop
Poor Microsoft. The company has already been struggling with the bomb that is Windows 8
Domestic Gadget freak? Then The Sweethome is for you.
Do you prefer cooking in your own home to dining out? And when you cook, do you turn to the latest gadgets to make whipping up dinner a less difficult task
Add “take a tech break” to your regular tech habits.
When is it time to shut down the smartphone, put the tablet in your desk drawer and shut the lid on your laptop? A newly released column in the New York Times suggests we could all benefit from the occasional tech break. The reason why?