The buzz around Microsoft’s Windows 10 Cloud is gaining steam. The Windows 10 Cloud is Microsoft’s answer to Chrome OS and similar platforms.
With the Universal Windows Platform (UWP) becoming the future of Microsoft’s OS, it makes sense for them to create a cloud-based OS for users on less powerful devices.
I’ve never fallen in love with a messenger bag before and trust me, I’ve tried. When approached about checking out the STM Radial messenger bag, I wanted to give it a real shot.
The Radial messenger bag uses slingtech protection and cableready organization designed by STM to offer the most functionality and security when carrying your laptop anywhere you go.
The Windows 10 Creators Update is the latest major update to the Windows 10 operating system. Some of these updates are big; others are much smaller behind the scenes tweaks.
This update will propel Windows 10 into the future by offering 3D and 4K support across the Windows family platform along with improved UI, security and a new concept called Mixed Reality.
When venturing through the CES show floors around Vegas, you often come upon a lot more wasted potential than practical products. Over the years, we’ve found a few gems that stood out among the crowd.
One of them we missed last year was the Sandman Clock from Palo Alto Innovations (PAI.) The Sandman Clock offers simple design and four-port charging (including fast charging) below $50 for consumers.
Let’s look at what the Sandman Clock can do, my experiences with it, and whether you should consider ditching your power strip and use this functional clock instead.
The concept car was a hot topic at CES 2017. Chrysler, BMW, and Toyota showed off beautiful smart concept cars of the future.
Toyota’s Concept-i looks like a space pod from Planet X. Featuring gullwing doors, an odd styling, and a pulsing center console, you’re not sure if you’re sitting in a car or a spaceship.
One of the recurring themes in tech the last few years is companies trying to figure out where they fit in to the changing modern world. Kodak, like many others, is no different. With Kodak reviving the Super 8 last year and its Ektachrome this year, they’re trying to find a foothold with consumers.
Imagine our surprise when venturing into the Kodak booth this year to find that they’ve partnered with British phone maker Bullitt to release a smartphone.
When you think of CES, you think of flash cars, big TVs, and an astounding amount of tech you might be tempted to buy for your home. No one thinks of greeting cards, or American Greetings, one of the longest lasting and largest greeting card companies in the world. Until now!
American Greetings launched its #DeviceLikeNoOther campaign at CES 2017 and with the help of Nick Offerman gave us all a glimpse into the future of the stylus – the pencil.
Yep, that’s right, American Greetings came to CES and made a big production out of it to re-introduce the consumer tech industry that pencils are the original stylus. Read on to find out why.
Partnering with Denver, Colorado, Panasonic introduced the first smart city concept at last year’s CES presentation. Side-by-side with Denver Mayor Michael Hancock, Panasonic boasted how smart city integration could help everything from energy efficiency to combat traffic and more.
Mayor Hancock told us last year he’d be back in 2017 to update everyone on the progress with Panasonic.
Let’s look at what Panasonic presented, what we can expect from the show floor and more from their CES press conference.
While you’ll always find interesting and quirky thing on the CES show floors throughout Las Vegas, private events like Pepcom’s Digital Experience provide a one-on-one opportunity you might not get during the show.
TechNorms’ second year at Digital Experience, showcasing some of the same folks we saw at CES Unveiled the night before and bringing us face-to-face with new, innovative, and curious gadgets and tech.
Let’s look at seven of our best finds from Pepcom’s Digital Experience.
LG prides itself in innovation for a better life. Whether it’s smart home technology, its line of OLED televisions, or something in between, LG has been breaking barriers in the technology industry for decades.
With IoT front and center this year, along with robotics, LG looked to merge the two together in ways that help us at home, at work, and elsewhere in our lives.
Let’s look at what LG presented, what we can expect from the show floor, and more from their CES press conference.