Tag archives for Lauren Goode


Canon’s Square PowerShot N Is a “Tweener,” but a Keeper

It’s hip to be a square digital camera. That’s the case with the new Canon PowerShot N, which blends some features of a smartphone with a digital camera, and breathes some new life into almost-forgotten point-and-shoots. For ...
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On the Road to Self-Betterment, Apps That Keep You on Track

Setting goals is easy. Keeping them is the hard part. That’s where the newest wave of goal-keeping applications, like Lift and Alive.do, comes in. There are already a ton of web apps out there that encourage you ...
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Picturelife Tackles Simple Photo Storage

My digital photo life is a mess. I have thousands of photos scattered throughout my computer, stored on backup drives, blasted to social networks and copied in different cloud services. There are currently 3,025 photos stored ...
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Dating Apps for the Already Attached

Online dating services are expert at setting up people who never knew each other before, and some 40 million Americans use them. Lately, a lot of attention has been focused on location-based mobile apps that ...
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Three Battery-Boosting Cases for iPhone 5

As advanced as new smartphones are, battery life can still be an issue for people who use a lot of juice-sucking apps. Sound like a familiar first-world problem? Luckily, the next generation of battery cases ...
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With iPad Mini Keyboards, It’s (Literally) the Little Things

I’m typing this column on an iPad mini, using an accessory physical keyboard. Despite my best efforts to maintain a normal typing posture, my hands are squeezed comically close together because the keyboard is so ...
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Lenovo’s Horizon PC Turns Your Coffee Table Into a Touchscreen Game Center

What kind of computer comes with an explicit warning not to rest your coffee cup on it? A computer like Lenovo’s new IdeaCentre Horizon PC does -– and with good reason. This 27-inch computer transforms from ...
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