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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Android Army

Citing declining sales, Barnes & Noble discontinues Nook HD, HD+

Barnes & Noble will no longer make tablets in house and stopped making the Nook HD and Nook HD+. What does this mean for current owners, and should you buy these tablets now, even if they're available for an extremely low price?
Product Review

HP Slate 7 Review

HP Slate 7 Review.
Mobile

Nook HD and HD+ are on sale again

The Nook HD and Nook HD+ are on sale, again. The two tablets cost $130 and $150 for the time being.
Mobile

Paper rules: Why borrowing an e-book from your library is so difficult

E-books are firmly in the mainstream and no longer a new, scary technology. So why is it still so difficult to borrow an e-book from the public library? E-reader makers, software developers, and publishers all appear to be working at…
Product Review

Samsung Galaxy Express Review

Samsung Galaxy Express Review.
Product Review

Samsung Galaxy Rugby Pro Review

Samsung Galaxy Rugby Pro Review.
Mobile

Will iOS 7’s Activation Lock really deter iPhone theft?

One of the most important features in iOS 7 barely got two minutes mention in the keynote but could prove a big favorite among iPhone and iPad fans. Activation Lock makes it so thieves can't wipe and reset your device if they don't have…
Mobile

TextMaker for Android is our favorite mobile office app

We finally got around to trying out TextMaker for Android, and it may just be our favorite word processor on Android, with a robust set of features including word wrap and track changes.
Computing

Sony revamps Vaio Duo slider, intros ‘world’s lightest’ Ultrabooks to Vaio line

The Sony Vaio Duo 11 was an innovative hybrid tablet/laptop but didn't quite live up to its potential. The new Duo 13 aims to improve on the design while keeping the core of what made the form factor interesting. And if sliders aren't your…
Android Army

Are Toshiba’s new Android tablets worth getting Excite-ed about?

Toshiba's new Excite Android Jelly Bean tablets, the Pure, Pro, and Write, have all the specs you'd expect and reasonable prices to boot. But will they get your blood pumping enough to buy them?
Product Review

Kyocera Torque Review

Kyocera Torque Review.
Product Review

Kobo Aura HD Review

Kobo Aura HD Review.