Anita George

Anita George

Anita has been a technology reporter since 2013. She began covering science and technology during an editorial internship at Paste Magazine. Anita has written a wide variety of features, reviews, how-tos and lists about the latest gadgets, apps and other technological innovations. In addition to her published work, Anita also developed technology-themed educational programming for her local community; which involved topics such as 3D printing and simple robotics (specifically Lego WeDos and Mindstorms).

When she’s not researching and writing up articles on the latest tech trends, Anita enjoys cooking, painting and doing yoga.

Anita’s work can also be found on Digital Trends, Lifewire and her own blog, anitamgeorge.com.

Digital Trends Team

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Microsoft is discounting this Surface Laptop 2 by a sweet $300

Microsoft is offering a nearly 14-inch Surface Laptop 2 with 256GB of storage at a $300 discount until May 18, 2019. The laptop comes with a PixelSense display, and Intel Core i5 processor and a 720p HD camera.
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Windows on a Chromebook is a dead dream, but something better could replace it

Recent code updates posted in Chromium Gerrit indicate that Google has canceled Project Campfire, ending its plans to let Chromebooks dual boot Windows and Chrome OS. Is hope all but lost on this popular feature?
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A leaked image of Apple’s next Mac Pro offers details on dubious specs

A leaked image of Apple’s newest Mac Pro was released this week via Imgur. The image however, might not be as reliable as hoped, considering it contains a few dubious details and specs.
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Hackers collect payment and password info from more than 4,600 sites

Using supply-chain attacks, hackers breached two companies and used malicious code to collect the payment and password data of more than 4,600 websites. The companies attacked were Picreel and Cloud CMS (via its Alpaca Forms project).
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Cooler Master’s slick gaming keyboard can pair up to 3 Bluetooth devices

Cooler Master recently released a new low-profile mechanical gaming keyboard and it has already garnered favorable reviews. The SK621 keyboard is available now on Amazon for $120.
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All Chromebooks launched in 2019 will be Linux-ready out of the box

Google has a number of developer-friendly improvements for its Chromebooks on the horizon, including the fact that the technology company recently mentioned that all 2019 Chromebooks would be “Linux-ready right out of the box.”