When she is not tinkering with gadgets, Gloria is covering computing news for Digital Trends. She's a regular contributor to Tom's Hardware and Shaw Media, and has previously written for ZDNet and FastCompany.com. She also served as a judge for the 2013 CODiE Awards for the Best Mobile App for Consumers. In her off(line) hours, you will likely find her skating at a rink or watching a hockey game.
Refreshed Alienware laptops crash the E3 party with programmable LED lights, nine hotkeys for games and apps, Windows 7, and the next-gen Intel processor – available in 14-inch, 17-inch and 18-inch display sizes.
Apple is bringing Gigabit Wi-Fi to the new AirPort Extreme router and Time Capsule backup drive (available in 2TB and 3TB), so that they can work with the new 802.11ac-ready MacBook Airs and Mac Pro desktop.
Hacker extraordinaire Ben Heckendorn of The Ben Heck Show takes on the GameBoy Advance with a Raspberry Pi mini-computer, LCD screen, and a game controller. He'll be giving his project away, so find out how you can win one.
In a new Windows 8.1 video from Computex 2013, we catch a glimpse of the new Start button in action, and find out more about how mini-Windows tablets, like the 8-inch Acer W3, will handle portrait mode.
Microsoft releases a preview video of Windows 8.1 that puts some of its new features into action, including the new motion-sensing wallpapers, Bing-powered search, 4-app Snap mode, and the new lock screen as photo frame.