K. T. Bradford

K. T. Bradford

Former Digital Trends Contributor
K. T Bradford is a lover of gadgets and all things geek. Prior to writing for Digital Trends she cut her teeth on tech writing at Laptop Magazine as the News Editor. Her reviews, insights, and proof of geek cred can also be found at GottaBeMobile, the late, lamented Tecca.com, io9, and Black Enterprise magazine. Besides indulging her gadget nerditry, she also writes essays on pop culture and writes science fiction.
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Lenovo IdeaTab A1000 Review

Lenovo IdeaTab A1000 review.
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5 reasons to liberate your ebooks from their DRM prison

Protect the books you paid for from Amazon, Google, and the whims of any other bookseller who wants to control where and how many times you can access them. Break the DRM and keep a local backup you control.
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‘Nook Video’ app joins Android and iPad, takes on Netflix and Amazon Video

Barnes & Noble released Nook Video apps on iOS and Android this week and recently updated its ebook reader apps to bring them up to par with the experience on the Nook HD. There's very little exclusive to B&N's home-grown tablets left…
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Kyocera Hydro Edge Review

Kyocera Hydro Edge review.
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12 useful online services and apps for students

Before you send your student off to high school or even the far away world of college, you should consider signing them up for a few key services that will make learning, studying, and having fun a lot easier.
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Protect and accessorize your Galaxy Note 8.0 with these cases and adapters

Got a new Galaxy Note 8.0 and ready to trick it out with good accessories? We found the best cases, covers, keyboards, stands, multimedia tools and more for Samsung's pen-enabled Android tablet.
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Toshiba Excite Write Review

Toshiba Excite Write review.
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Review: iRig’s Mic Cast takes phone audio recording to a new level for $40

Here's a sad fact of modern life: most smartphone mics aren't very good. The iRig Mic Cast is a capable $40 external microphone that works with the iPhone and Android phones, upping the quality and saving the day.
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Review: Belkin’s Dyle TV Receiver connects your iPad to your local television networks

This tiny antenna makes watching local programming on your iPhone or iPad easy and the Dyle mobile TV service is free. Too good to be true? Yep. There are some serious drawbacks to this device and the Dyle service. Will getting TV on your…
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Review: ‘Magic Sound Box’ looks like it’s from 1992, and sounds like it too

The magic behind the Magic Sound Box is that it doesn't need a Bluetooth or any other fancy wireless connection to amplify audio. Just rest your smartphone on top and abracadabra! the audio gets way louder.
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How to trade paper for pixels – and keep writing by hand

If you like to write on paper, but hate that it locks you out of the digital world, listen up. We've tested and compiled a list of the best digital pens, note-taking tablets, handwriting apps, and smartphone scanners around. Here's our full…
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StandScan ($20) vs. ScanDock ($400): Which smartphone scanner is worth your cash?

Want to use your smartphone to scan stuff? There are a handful of simple, inexpensive scanner stands around to help facilitate that. There's a fancy, expensive model, too. Does higher cost net higher quality? We test two phone scanners to…