Google’s Tablet to Debut at I/O Conference

According to recent reports, Google is planning on revealing its much-rumored tablet at the company’s I/O conference next month. TechnoBuffalo, which cites a “trusted source”, stated that Google will be showing off the new tablet at the conference which starts on June 27, 2012. In addition to that, it is rumored that Google will give a . . . → Read More: Google’s Tablet to Debut at I/O Conference

Thunderbolt Cable Availability Growing, Apple No Longer Exclusive

When they were first released, Apple’s Thunderbolt cables were hard to find and you could typically only get them from Apple directly. However, the different options of where you can now buy Thunderbolt cablesĀ are growing with many companies announcing longer and competitively priced cables that will not only work with upcoming Macs but also upcoming Windows . . . → Read More: Thunderbolt Cable Availability Growing, Apple No Longer Exclusive

T-Mobile Not Switching to Shared Data Plans, Thumbs Nose at Verizon and AT&T

If you are a traveling businessman, you probably have a smartphone with a data plan that allows you to download and use apps as well as surf the internet, send emails and do a lot of things you can do with a laptop. Unlimited data plans are very popular with consumers with many of them allowing . . . → Read More: T-Mobile Not Switching to Shared Data Plans, Thumbs Nose at Verizon and AT&T

What is a Tech Travel Agent?

Rentacomputer.com likes to talk about its Tech Travel AgentsĀ a lot, but some of you may be wondering, what is a Tech Travel Agent?A Tech Travel Agent works with you to book nationwide and worldwide technology rentals the exact same way that your travel agent books your airline and hotel reservations. Whether you are renting technology for . . . → Read More: What is a Tech Travel Agent?