In addition to the stress of packing, the stress of making sure you have every electronic device securely stowed somewhere, the stress of remembering every cable you'll need to keep your devices charged during your trip, and the stress of making sure your pets are fed and your plants are watered, there's also the apps.
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Last week, Apple updated almost its entire product line. Aside from hugely expensive new iMac Pro (US$5000 for an entry level unit), the rest of the Mac range received a speed bump courtesy of a Kaby Lake heart transplant. But it's the iPad Pro I want to chat about.
As one of the big challenger brands in smartphones, as well as boasting an impressive marketshare in network equipment, Chinese powerhouse Huawei has plans for further expansion. At an event in Berlin - an interesting choice with HP unveiling new notebooks in Cannes and the Computex geek fest just a week away - the company unveiled their new MateBook. And it's a device I'm hoping to look at in my quest for the perfect traveling tablet.
My work kit when I travel includes my smartphone, a lightweight notebook computer and a small tablet. At the moment that kit is very Apple-centric with an iPhone 7 Plus, iPad mini 2 and an iPad Pro. But the iPad mini isn't fitting in all that well. So I'm looking for some advice on replacing it and I figure the Lifehacker army will have some answers for me.
Versatility has become one of the most sought-after features in modern tech. People don't want to be carrying around several different devices when they could be carrying one.
This is why 2-in-1 laptops are becoming increasingly popular. Whether it's for business, travel or casual use -- you don't have to compromise anymore. You can have a powerful computer and tablet rolled into one device.
Of course, there are a lot of options out there. Here are ten of the best that you can pick up in time for Christmas.
We've seen Raspberry Pi-powered tablets before, but they're always a bit clunky to actually build. Adafruit has put together a guide that shows one of the easiest, best looking, and cheapest Pi tablets we've seen.
Do you need an excuse to spend even more time on your tablet? Contrary to popular belief, new research suggests that regular tablet exposure can dramatically improve your vision. Using a perceptual learning app four times a week can cause the brain to see at up to three times the distance of a normal observer. Now that's magic.
Dear Lifehacker, I am looking to buy a tablet for my two year-old son. He has worked out how to use my Gnex and my Xoom with no problems, and I would like to get him his own device. Looking through the multitude of options within the 7-inch tablet space just makes my head spin. I want a quality device for around the $150 mark. Can you help with some suggestions? Thanks, Tablet Parent
We already know that the Samsung Galaxy Tab will cost $999. Now Samsung has set a firm release date for its Android tablet -- November 8 -- and lined up a series of local apps that will come installed on the device for Australian buyers.