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SITU Smart Scale Makes Nutrition Tracking Easy


One of the things I do is cook, and primarily I cook for my pre-diabetic mother. Which means it’s become almost second nature for me to know what ingredients I can use in what quantities to keep meals within her dietary restrictions. But it wasn’t always that way, and when …

Microsoft Office Finally Comes to Apple’s iPad


It was rumored to see release in 2012, and then in 2013, but now it’s actually here. Microsoft has released Office for the iPad. It’s available in three separate applications: Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. The app is free for reading and presenting, but an Office 365 account is required for …

Microsoft Announces the Surface 2 with LTE for AT&T


It’s time for yet another announcement that will come as a surprise to no one thanks to a multitude of leaks already outing the product: Microsoft has officially announced the Surface 2 with LTE, which is being sold for a retail price of $679.

The Surface 2 LTE comes unlocked, …

Microsoft Releasing Windows 8.1 Update 1 in April


Those waiting for Windows 8.1 Update 1 are in luck as sources close to the Verge are reporting that the final version of the update is not only ready to go, but that Microsoft has already been distributing the update to partners and PC makers. The official consumer release is …

Lenovo Announces the Yoga Tablet 10 HD+


Fans of Lenovo’s Yoga Tablet will be pleased to know that the Yoga Tablet 10 HD+, which the company just announced at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, improves on its predecessor in multiple ways, offering various operating modes, a full 1920×1080 HD screen, a quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 processor, and …

Google Nexus 8 Tablet: The Current Rumors


Google’s upcoming Nexus 8 tablet is rumored to hit before summer 2014 and yet surprisingly little is known about the successor to the Nexus 7. Fortunately this is the Internet, so rumors abound.

According to multiple sources, Google is looking to launch the tablet in April. Both generations of the …

Discarded Stylus Plans Revealed in 2012 Apple Patents


I use plenty of products with touch screens, but I haven’t actually used a stylus since I bought a Nintendo DS almost ten years (I can’t believe it’s been that long, either). I’m a fan of the nifty little things, if only because they keep my fat sausage fingers from …

MEGATech Reviews – Dell Venue 8 Pro Windows Tablet


Remember the old Windows tablets? These were the business oriented devices that were usually expensive convertible notebook PCs, complete with stylus and anything but a touch-centric user interface. You might remember some of the old ThinkPads from IBM. Well, the world of Windows tablets has changed substantially, in size, in …