With the financial backing of some of Silicon Valley’s heavy hitters, this startup could succeed where so many have failed.
With multiple viewing angles, backlit keys, and built-in speakers, the BrydgeAir bridges the gap between an iPad Air 2 and a MacBook Air.
The social network will use a combination of Wi-Fi, GPS, and new Bluetooth beacons to show you location-based info.
You already bring your iPad in the kitchen, so why not make it work harder?
This week's roundup includes a number of great new ways to power up your iOS device—and some cool new ways to play music, as well.
Tile's pretty neat, until the battery dies and you have to buy a replacement.
If you can't make it to yoga class as often as you'd like, SmartMat's personalized, real-time feedback just might be the next best thing.
The only problem is how the Keys-to-Go doesn't always want to stay put.
Future Bluetooth devices could connect to the Internet through regular home routers, and require opt-in approval for privacy-invading Beacons.
When gee-whiz features don't work, it's an exercise in frustration, and Apple should do more to help users troubleshoot their issues.