Amid news that Microsoft’s Surface Pro tablet has sold 400,000 units in its first month, Microsoft has announced that it will begin selling the tablet in China beginning in April. According to Microsoft’s Chinese e-store, the Surface Pro will go on sale starting April 2 at 9 p.m. local time.
The Chinese debut will also mark the tablet’s first . . . → Read More: Microsoft Expands Surface Pro Sales to China
INTEROP is poised to deliver “The World’s Largest Independent & Comprehensive Event for IT Professionals” May 6-10 at the Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas. I am not an IT professional, but after reading about this conference and expo, I want to be an IT professional so I can attend!
Monday and Tuesday, May 6 & 7, will . . . → Read More: Las Vegas Site of 2013 INTEROP IT Professionals Conference
When it comes to traveling with technology, most people stick to bringing laptops, netbooks, Ultrabooks or tablets with them on the road, mainly for the fact that they are extremely portable, which is essentially the point of traveling with tech. It doesn’t make a whole lot of sense to pack up your entire desktop and take . . . → Read More: Asus Debuts Tablet/Desktop All-in-One PC Hybrid
Advancing technology has been making its way into classrooms across the nation over the past several years. Some schools have embraced this change, others have struggled, but most know that it is inevitable.
Florida is one state that has mandated that all schools will use some sort of digital device to replace all textbooks by 2015. The . . . → Read More: Florida: One State Looking For Digital Textbook Solutions
Traveling is a fun and crazy adventure to worlds beyond your normal routine. Whether for business or pleasure, traveling is a great way to spend time seeing the world around you. There’s a scary truth out there about traveling around. That is the thought of identity theft. While most do not believe it can happen to . . . → Read More: The Frightening Truth About Identity Theft During Travel
Well, the time has finally come (as if any of you were actually surprised), Samsung has officially announced the Galaxy S4 smartphone, the successor to the extremely popular Galaxy S3. The device was revealed at the Unpacked event in New York City and takes up the mantle of Samsung’s flagship smartphones.
The S4 sports a very large . . . → Read More: Samsung Finally Announces the Galaxy S4, Due to Ship in April
As Spring rapidly approaches, many have already planned their spring break vacations to a beach or some sort of family destination site. This raises the questions, “Do you have a project that must be completed by the time you return?” Or a paper due on your return? Then you should know that you have the ability . . . → Read More: Computer Rentals for Vacation
GDC (Game Developers Conference) 2013 is scheduled to kick off on March 25th as the world’s largest and longest-running professionals-only game industry event.
The GDC is produced by the UBM Tech Game Network and is the primary forum where programmers, artists, producers, game designers, audio professionals, business decision-makers and others involved in the development of interactive games . . . → Read More: San Francisco Hosting 2013 Game Developers Conference
Apple rumors come out extremely frequently, especially ones dealing with the company’s mobile products like the iPhone and iPad. Well, the rumor mill that surrounds these devices is churning up once again. This time, the rumor is that Apple is prepping the iPhone 5S for a summer release date (presumably August) according to “sources familiar with . . . → Read More: iPhone 5S and iPad Mini 2 Rumors Dropping Consistently
Why do companies go to trade shows? They will tell you to raise their company’s visibility and build up the image of their corporation. It is essential, as a company, to be seen at a trade show. And yet, too many exhibitors end up invisible despite their best intentions. Could this happen to you? What makes . . . → Read More: Are You an Invisible Exhibitor?