Monthly Archive for: ‘November, 2011’

Toddler Tablet

In the early 90’s I started to write a lot about family computing.  At the time there was a PC …

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GPS Takes You to Sesame Street

Ever wonder where your GPS got its peculiar speech affect? Ever wonder who would want to listen to Bert and …

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Huddle-Ware Turns iPads into Shared Games

The tablet is coming out of solitary confinement. Contrary to popular notions of one tablet per person, tablets are becoming …

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Gadgets: For Your Health (and under the tree)

Arnet offers up a nice gift list of digital health gadgets for the holidays. You’ll see many of them at the …

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Swimming to the Oldies

As you age exercise takes it’s toll on the body. Many turn to non-weight bearing exercises, swimming being the most popular. …

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HP’s 3D in 2D

Just in case you thought 2D printing didn’t churn through enough ink, take a look at HP’s new TopShop LaserJet …

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Nest: A Thermostat that Raises My Temperature

It’s not easy to get excited about a thermostat. But when you get an eyeful of Nest, billed as the …

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Can the New Nook Tablet Help Reclaim Barnes and Noble Stores as a Destination?

Before the Apple Store became the best “pick up” spot in New York, there was Barnes & Noble. Its spacious …

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Welcome to Wild World of…Shopping?

They used to say “be careful what you wish for”. Now it’s be careful what you “tap” for. Shopping is …

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Fit and Fun: My Life with Gaggle of New Body Monitors

If you’re not wearing a body monitor that senses your moves and tallies up your daily energy expenditure, then your …

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