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Study: Time Spent on Mobile Devices Doubled in 2015
Mobile

Study: Time Spent on Mobile Devices Doubled in 2015

Use of so-called phablets has also exploded, and may soon become the top type of mobile device.
You Gotta Write It All Down
Entrepreneur Network

You Gotta Write It All Down

Entrepreneurs need pen and paper, or that tablet, laptop or whatever is preferable.
Apple's iPad Pro Hits the Web Wednesday, Stores This Week
iPad Pro

Apple's iPad Pro Hits the Web Wednesday, Stores This Week

The new device, which starts at $799, is competing with Microsoft's Surface Pro 3.
Meet Google's New 'Pixel C' Tablet
Google

Meet Google's New 'Pixel C' Tablet

The convertible tablet is reminiscent of the Chromebook Pixel, but uses Android as its operating system.
Emily Price
Apple Unveils the iPad Pro, Its Biggest Tablet Yet
Apple

Apple Unveils the iPad Pro, Its Biggest Tablet Yet

The iPad is getting closer to replacing your laptop.
Emily Price
Could a $50 Tablet This Holiday Season Help Salvage Amazon's Struggling Hardware Division?
Amazon

Could a $50 Tablet This Holiday Season Help Salvage Amazon's Struggling Hardware Division?

The forthcoming 6-inch device would be one of the cheapest tablets on the market.
Geoff Weiss
Rumor Roundup: 7 Things to Know About the Forthcoming Apple iPad Pro
Apple

Rumor Roundup: 7 Things to Know About the Forthcoming Apple iPad Pro

Here are the latest rumblings on the long-anticipated tablet's potential screen size, release date and features.
Kim Lachance Shandrow
Your Business Has Two Options: Adapt or Die
Change

Your Business Has Two Options: Adapt or Die

Sometimes, even the most trusted brands may find themselves in need of an extreme makeover.
Google Announces Android M, Which Is All About 'Polish and Quality'
Android

Google Announces Android M, Which Is All About 'Polish and Quality'

The M operating system is focused on refining the entire Android experience.
Computers Are Probably Making Us Nearsighted
Technology

Computers Are Probably Making Us Nearsighted

A new study finds that myopia is increasing across Europe, with the problem nearly twice as common in those ages 25 and 29 when compared with the general population.
Laura Entis
This Unassuming Kitchen Tool Blocks Wi-Fi So You Can Take Back Mealtime
Far Out Tech

This Unassuming Kitchen Tool Blocks Wi-Fi So You Can Take Back Mealtime

It looks like a pepper mill but it's really so much more.
Kim Lachance Shandrow
Microsoft Wants to Clean Up Your Germ-Infested Smartphone Screen
Smartphones

Microsoft Wants to Clean Up Your Germ-Infested Smartphone Screen

Fact: Your little talk box is crawling with gobs of toxic crud. Microsoft aims to kill those bugs dead. Here's how.
Kim Lachance Shandrow
Tired of Plugging Your Gadgets In to Charge? One Day You Could Power Them With Lasers.
Far Out Tech

Tired of Plugging Your Gadgets In to Charge? One Day You Could Power Them With Lasers.

Let there be light, the laserbeam kind that could end the constant battle to keep your smartphone battery from dying.
Kim Lachance Shandrow
How One Boutique Uses Technology to Help More Brides Say Yes to the Dress
Technology

How One Boutique Uses Technology to Help More Brides Say Yes to the Dress

Take this Texas-based small business as an example of how smart tech can help you grow and streamline operations.
Carol Roth