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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Computing

Hands on: Toshiba’s Portégé Z10t is a mini but mighty Ultrabook

Toshiba's Portege Z10t is designed for business, but it has a lot of the features mainstream consumers wish they could get on an Ultrabook/tablet hybrid, such as full-size ports, light weight, and excellent pens and pen input.
Product Review

Sony Xperia ZL Review

Sony Xperia ZL Review.
Computing

Hands on: HP enters the supersized tablet fray with the Envy Rove 20

Ultra portability isn't the main driver behind this type of all-in-one. Its weight and size can be blamed for that, but flexibility is the name of the game, and HP's Rove handles that well.
Android Army

Galaxy Note 2 vs Optimus G Pro: In-depth comparison

The LG Optimus G Pro is LG's new flagship Android device and it is already generating a lot of excitement. We pit the LG Optimus G Pro vs Samsung Galaxy Note 2 and find out how the specs match up with these two Android smartphone/tablet…
Product Review

Pantech Discover Review

Pantech Discover Review.
Mobile

Nook Simple Touch may soon get Web and email: Here are three more things we want

A leaked memo reveals that Barnes & Noble may add a browser and email app to the Nook Simple Touch and GlowLight. If the bookseller in the updating mood, there are three other features we'd like to see come to the E Ink Nooks.
Apple

Possible iPhone 5S components leak, hint at internal redesign

Supposed pictures of internal parts from the iPhone 5S reveal a little bit about how the new iPhone will differ from the current model.
Mobile

Belkin’s Dyle Mobile TV Receiver brings network TV to the iPad, no Internet required

Want to watch broadcast TV on your iPad or iPhone but don't want to stream over the Internet? A new antenna from Belkin captures digital airwaves without the need for Wi-Fi or mobile broadband via the Dyle TV service. But is this setup…
Android Army

Google Play Books update adds ability to upload your e-book collection

There was no big announcement but Google has issued a major update to Google Play Books, allowing you to upload your purchased book collection. We think Google may have something even more exciting in store down the road.
Mobile

Google challenges Spotify with all-you-can-listen subscription music service

The much anticipated Google music subscription service launched at Google I/O today for the expected price with the expected features. All Access blends your existing music catalog with Google's for seamless auto-playlists and streaming.
Computing

HP’s hybrid grows up: Split x2 gets Core i5 and an extra hard drive

The HP Split x2 is a grown-up Envy x2 with a larger screen, more dock options, and powerful processors. All of that sounds great, but do people really want a 13.3-inch tablet, even if it does run Windows 8?
Android Army

Hands on: $479 HP SlateBook x2 Tegra 4-powered Android tablet hybrid

The HP SlateBook x2 will be one of the first Tegra 4 Android tablets when it ships later this summer, and it's shaping up to be a great tablet/notebook hybrid thanks to the great screen and well-designed dock.