Tag Archives: Computing

Lenovo Y50 Gaming Laptop Review

  I have been using the Lenovo Y50 gaming laptop for the past few weeks [I am a Lenovo INsider and received the Y50 for review purposes]. While I don’t necessarily play the most hardcore of games, I do enjoy a lot of titles that tax your average laptop. A good gaming laptop requires a… [more]

Lenovo Yoga 2 Pro Ultrabook Overview

I have been wanting an Ultrabook for ages. As someone who travels regularly, and is somewhat nomadic in my working situation at home, having a laptop that is light, but still powerful is really useful. Unfortunately, my last laptop died before I was ready to commit to an Ultrabook, and before there was one that… [more]

Lenovo Horizon 2 Table PC Brings Families Together to Play and Share

Years ago, I spent a few hours in a hotel lobby with friends playing on an interactive table top. It could play music and games, and we enjoyed all being able to use it together. Lenovo’s Horizon 2 Table PC brings that experience into your home with some really cool features that you can enjoy… [more]

Microsoft Stores as Community Spaces

You may have seen a Microsoft store in your community and I’m sure you wouldn’t be surprised to learn that they sell a wide range of computers, tablets, phones, video games, and accessories. When I was asked to attend a webinar and visit a Microsoft store by The Motherhood, I’m not sure what I expected.… [more]

Join Us for a Techlicious Tea-Intel Ultrabook Twitter Party

Techlicious Teas are events (virtual or in person) that are designed to educate and engage women (ok, and guys, too) about their technology options. Join Techlicious, along with me and some fellow tech gals, at a Twitter party to discuss ultrabooks. These thin, lightweight laptops are designed for on-the-go productivity. And while they’re getting the… [more]

Join Us for a Techlicious Tea-Intel Ultrabook Twitter Party

Techlicious Teas are events (virtual or in person) that are designed to educate and engage women (ok, and guys, too) about their technology options. Join Techlicious, along with me and some fellow tech gals, at a Twitter party to discuss ultrabooks. These thin, lightweight laptops are designed for on-the-go productivity. And while they’re getting the… [more]

CES 2012–Trends for Families

I’m only part-way through the show floor, but there are some pretty clear trends cropping up: 1. Connected. Everything is connected… share your pictures on your phone with your iPad or TV. Stream video from one device to another. Start a game/movie on one device and pick it up on another. Early efforts at this… [more]

Kicking Off CES 2012

It’s been pretty quiet around here, but it’s not for a lack of cool family tech. Nope. I’ve been prepping to bring you coverage from the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. The show is the place to see what’s new and hot in TVs, sound systems, cell phones, tablets, computers, robots, smart appliances, connected… [more]

Data Protection Resolution – Hitachi Touro Mobile Pro Review

This month, I thought I’d help you make some tech-friendly New Year’s Resolutions. They have nothing to do with calories, and everything to do with being tech smart and responsible. The first resolution is to find a proper data protection solution. I’m going to admit to something. I haven’t been backing up my hard drive.… [more]