Meghan McDonough

Meghan McDonough

Former Digital Trends Contributor
Meghan J. McDonough is a Chicago-based purveyor of consumer technology and music. She previously wrote for LAPTOP Magazine and is currently an on-air DJ for CHIRPRadio.org. She is often found drinking gigantic iced coffees  – even during Chicago’s infamous winters.

Rabbit group video chat launches for Mac in closed beta, challenges Google Hangouts

Rabbit, a new group video chat service that launched for Mac OS X in closed beta yesterday, lets an unlimited number of friends join the conversation and share streaming media while video chatting.

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Did Google really design a Chromebook with a Retina touchscreen?

Could a super high-definition Google-designed Chromebook be coming soon to a table near you? A video that appeared almost as quickly as it disappeared shows what purports to be the Chromebook Pixel.

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Is Siri coming to the next version of Mac OS X?

Imagine hearing "What can I help you with?" coming out of your MacBook's speakers with Siri on the other end ready to help. A job posting on Apple's site suggests that Siri is coming to Mac OS X.

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Sony’s new T14 and T15 VAIO Ultrabooks are living large with bigger touchscreens

According to Sony, it's time for Ultrabooks to get bigger and better. Announced at CES, the company's two new Ultrabooks, the VAIO T series 14 and the VAIO T series 15, are available to buy now.

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Sad Mac: Apple discontinuing Mac Pro sales in Europe after March 1

Apple to cease selling its Mac Pro desktop tower in Europe because the current Mac Pros don't meet new European Union regulations that go into effect on March 1, 2013.

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E Ink keyboard concept changes right under your fingertips

A new keyboard concept that houses miniature E Ink displays within each key could be the perfect solution for forgetful fingertips.

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Turn any Windows 8 laptop into a touchscreen with the Targus Touch Pen

The new Targus Touch Pen gives laptops running Windows 8 the power of touch.

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Microsoft Office 2013 and Office 365: Which version is right for you?

We decipher the versions of Microsoft Office 2013 and Microsoft Office 365 to help you find the right version for you.

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Microsoft Office 2013 launches with new subscription option

Microsoft officially launched its 2013 version of Office 2013 today, bringing along a new yearly subscription-based model.

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