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The Flipcase looks like a regular shoulder bag, but can be flipped in seconds so you can u...

At CE Week in New York, Pennsylvania-based startup Flipcase International is displaying new, patented designs for laptop and tablet cases. They look like regular shoulder bags, but can also be quickly "flipped out" in a matter of seconds, allowing you to use your device much more comfortably even as you're standing.  Read More

The Printeer 3D printer is designed to make 3D printing accessible to children

With 3D printers becoming more commonplace, it was maybe just a matter of time before they threatened crayons and Lego as favorite playthings for the creative child. At the forefront of this intersection of education, technology and playtime is the manufacturing company Mission Street Manufacturing, whose Printeer 3D printer promises to bridge the gap between technical know-how and your child's imagination.  Read More

Gizmag compares the features and specs of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S 8.4 and the Apple iPad ...

Samsung has always tried to eat into the iPad's tablet market share, but last week the company got really serious. The Galaxy Tab S is a spec monster squeezed into an impossibly light and thin frame. How do the features and specs of the the 8.4-in Tab S compare to those of the iPad mini with Retina Display? Read on, for Gizmag's look.  Read More

Gizmag compares the features and specs of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5 and Apple iPad Air

A few days ago Samsung announced its first flagship tablet, the Galaxy Tab S. Make no mistake: this slate is designed to eat into some of the iPad's market share. How does the 10.5-in Tab S size up next to the iPad Air? Read on, as we compare the tablets' features and specs.  Read More

Gizmag compares the features and specs of the Microsoft Surface Pro 3 and Apple iPad Air

Microsoft is branding the Surface Pro 3 as "a tablet that can replace your laptop." But, with an enormous 12-in screen, maybe the real question is whether this pseudo-laptop can replace your tablet? Let's pit its features and specs against those of the iPad Air, and see what happens.  Read More

The iStick features both Lightning and USB connectors

Although the iPhone and iPad may indeed pack a whole plethora of features, they still lack a plain ol' USB port. This means that they can't share files with a Mac or PC via a regular flash drive. The iStick, however, isn't regular. According to its creators, it's the world's first Lightning-to-USB flash drive.  Read More

Osmo aims to move iPad gaming beyond the screen

Kids love tablet computers, whether it's filling yours with their apps, or having their very own. But no one likes seeing their little ones turned into screen zombies disengaged from the world, and people, around them. Osmo is an iPad gaming device which aims to bring real world and social play to the iPad, by transforming the space in front of the tablet into an interactive environment.  Read More

Gizmag goes hands-on to compare the Microsoft Surface 2 and Surface Pro 2 with the Apple i...

Tablets are the new personal computers. But can they replace a laptop? And do Windows 2-in-1s like the Surface really make for better faux laptops than the iPad? Let's take a look, as Gizmag goes hands-on with keyboard-laden versions of the iPad Air, iPad mini with Retina Display, Surface 2, and Surface Pro 2.  Read More

Gizmag compares the features and specs of the 11-in MacBook Air (early 2014) and iPad Air

When Steve Jobs unveiled the first iPad, he didn't pitch it as a laptop killer. Instead he framed it as a device that sits somewhere in between phone and laptop. Four years later, has the iPad matured enough to compete with a laptop? Let's touch on that, as Gizmag compares the features and specs of the 11-in MacBook Air and the iPad Air.  Read More

Microsoft finally revealed Office for iPad today

Microsoft Office for iPad has been a favorite subject of the rumor mill for almost as long as the iPad has been around. Today the rumors are no more, as Satya Nadella used his first event as the company's CEO to announce the first "real" version of Office for iPad.  Read More

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