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Asus ZenBook Flip S First Look

The ZenBook Flip S packs a lot of punch in a small form factor This is the Asus ZenBook Flip S. Asus says it is the thinnest 2-in-1 convertible laptop in the world, and you can that it is indeed pretty thin at just 10.9 millimeters thick and it weighs 1.1 kilos, it feels really light. Quite amazingly for its ... Read More »

Get ready for the coming business travel crisis

While corporate IT departments are focusing on a new wave of data security threats, including WannaCry, an even bigger threat looms and nobody is addressing it. I’m talking about the rules around laptops, tablets and smartphones during business travel. The new risk of air travel data exposure is coming in two forms. First is a laptop ban. The other is ... Read More »

Get 63% off This 76-in-1 Precision Tool Set For Smartphones, Laptops and Electronics

This 76-piece repair kit contains everything you need to work on your smartphone, tablet, laptop, stereo, or anything else that requires precision instruments. Everything from screwdrivers, to a suction cup to a plastic spudger, whatever that might be. This kit is highly rated and a #1 best seller on Amazon, where its typical list price of $69.99 has been reduced ... Read More »

Save 24% on Amazon’s Echo Dot By Buying Certified Refurbished Right Now

Echo Dot is a hands-free, voice-controlled device with a small built-in speaker—it can also connect to your speakers or headphones over Bluetooth or through a 3.5 mm audio cable to deliver stereo sound to the speakers you choose. Dot connects to the Alexa Voice Service to play music, make calls, send and receive messages, provide information, news, sports scores, weather, ... Read More »

Nest Thermostat Currently Discounted 6%

A thinner, sleeker design. A bigger, sharper display. The 3rd generation Nest Learning Thermostat is more beautiful than ever. With Farsight, it lights up when it sees you coming and shows you the time or temperature from across the room. And the Nest Thermostat is proven to save energy. Independent studies have proven that the Nest Learning Thermostat saved an average ... Read More »

Echo who? Google just turned Home into a productivity powerhouse

Remember last week, when Amazon added “calling capabilities” into its Echo smart speaker? Yeah…that was cute. At the keynote of its Google I/O developers’ conference Wednesday, Google announced a handful of updates to its Google Home smart speaker — and these are no incremental improvements. The updates collectively transform the device from a sometimes-useful novelty into a powerful productivity tool ... Read More »

The quiet power of Android’s custom launchers

Look, I’ll admit it: I’m not your average Android user. I try out a lot of apps — like, a lot of apps. (Though to be fair, I’m not afraid to ditch any that I don’t actually utilize over time.) I’m always on the lookout for useful new ways to use my phone. And I’m constantly tweaking my setup in ... Read More »

25% off GoPro HERO Session

HERO Session packs the power of GoPro into a convenient, grab-and-go, everyday camera. Perfect for the first-time GoPro user, or as a second camera, HERO Session is simple and easy to use. A single button powers on the camera and starts recording automatically, then when you stop recording, the camera automatically powers itself off. With 1080p60 video and 8MP photo ... Read More »

Amazon’s Echo Show could disrupt enterprise-class unified communications

Amazon is on the verge of disrupting the enterprise videoconferencing and unified communications markets dominated by Cisco and Avaya with its new Amazon Echo Show device. Echo Show, announced Tuesday, is being marketed initially to consumers for $230 and will ship on June 28. It works with Amazon’s Alexa voice assistant, and features a 7-in. touchscreen display and a 5-megapixel ... Read More »

IDG Contributor Network: Is Microsoft in the smartphone business? It depends who you ask

In 2013, Microsoft’s then-CEO Steve Ballmer threw one of his monumental temper tantrums with the board of directors, threatening to quit if they did not approve of his proposed $7.7 billion purchase of Nokia’s handset business. Rather than take advantage of this opening to finally be rid of him, the board capitulated, and it turned into a disaster. Microsoft would ... Read More »

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