Craig Lloyd

Craig Lloyd

Former Digital Trends Contributor

Craig Lloyd is a freelance writer who's been writing and blogging since 2008. His love for technology goes back even further when he began tinkering with the family computer as a young, naive teenager. Aside from his deep and passionate love for writing and playing around with gadgetry, he enjoys watching and playing baseball, exercising, and getting his hands dirty with DIY projects.

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How to get Wi-Fi access anywhere at any time

Is your at-home Wi-Fi down? Here's how to get Wi-Fi access anywhere, so you'll always have a backup plan.
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If you thought Windows 8 was bad, here are 6 operating systems that failed miserably

The reception of Microsoft's latest operating system has been less than stellar. But if you thought Windows 8 was bad, here are some of the biggest OS blunders that you may remember, dating back all the way to the beginning of the GUI.
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CODE Keyboard offers mechanical keys without the obnoxious noise

The CODE keyboard is a mechanical keyboard that takes a new approach to keyboard design and functionality, offering quiet mechanical keys and a simple, all-black design that would make any designer weep.
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Windows 9 rumored for next year, Windows 10 to be ‘cloud OS’

Windows 8 is approaching its one-year birthday, but rumors about the next version of Windows are already trickling in, including details about Windows 9, as well as Windows 10, which is rumored to be a full cloud OS.
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Microsoft Surface Pro $100 price cut is now permanent

After temporarily cutting the price of the Surface Pro, Microsoft has made the price cut permanent, slashing $100 off of the Windows-based tablet, now costing only $800 for the entry-level model.
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Parallels Access iPad app lets you control your PC or Mac, is hard cheese for Microsoft

Parallels launched the Access iPad app, which allows users to control their Windows and Mac computers from their iPad. It's price is a bit steep, but it could put the last nail in the coffin for the Microsoft Surface.