Gloria’s tech journey really began when she was studying user centered design in university, and developed a love for observing how people actually use technology. Her bylines include Fast Company, ZDNet, and Tom’s Hardware. She often judges mobile apps competitions like the SIIA CODiE Awards and the Mobile Apps Showdown at CES. When she’s not tripping over various cords and plugs, you can probably find her skating up a storm in a ice rink somewhere.
Microsoft rolls out a preview of Windows Server 2012 R2 ahead of Build 2013 that hints of new Windows 8.1 features: new Start button options, ability to disable hot corners, and confirms boot-to-Desktop.
HP eyes emerging markets with the Slate 21, a $400, Android-running, all-in-one PC and tablet due in stores this September. It has a 21-inch IPS full HD display, Nvida Tegra 4 CPU, but just 8GB of internal storage.
Touted as 'the world's thinnest tablet,' at 8.2mm thin, the Samsung Tab 3 is perfect for S Pen fans looking for a laptop-like tablet that can run full Windows 8. But with an Intel Atom processor, is it worth the $700 splurge?
As one of the apps to be showcased at Microsoft's Build conference, the free music video streaming app Vevo for Windows 8 is designed for larger displays, touch control, and Snap mode for multitasking.
For just $70, you can turn your single-board Raspberry Pi computer into a wireless media hub capable of 1080p playback. The hub supports files from all platforms, including Apple, Windows, Android, and even Linux.
The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office just granted Microsoft a patent for a wearable gadget that securely transfers data through your finger (or other body part) to another device, including a desktop computer, tablet, and even the Xbox.