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  1. Families gather over the holidays, even though the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention strongly suggest they don’t. I’m thinking there is another reason to consider not gathering, and that is because political discussions could end badly, particularly here in the U.S. So I figured I’d pick three relatively safe conversations to have that aren’t […]

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  2. I’ll be honest: I don’t get Chromebooks. When they first came out, they didn’t use Android, which was Google’s most successful OS, and didn’t run Android apps. While they now run Android apps, most are still mostly focused on smartphones, not laptops. I then thought they would be used as a cloud client and do […]

    The post HP Elite c1030 Chromebook: The Corporate Notebook We’ve Been Awaiting appeared first on eWEEK.

  3. Have you ever dropped your phone, winced and felt the pain as it hit the sidewalk? Either the screen splintered like a windshield being hit by a rock or the body broke into pieces upon impact. Remember those cheapie phones from about 12 years ago that shattered into nothingness if they inadvertently slipped from your […]

    The post Samsung Galaxy XCover Pro: Durability for Tough Work Stations appeared first on eWEEK.

  4. Samsung has already moved on to its first Galaxy Fold smartphone, so I’m wondering: Does this make the wonderful Galaxy Note20 Ultra 5G flagship smartphone, comprised of merely one surface, obsolete already–even though it only came out this summer? No, of course not; we’re just kidding. But we have to say that Samsung definitely has […]

    The post Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra 5G: Solid, Elegant, High-Performing appeared first on eWEEK.

  5. On Tuesday, Nov. 10, at 11 a.m. PDT/2 p.m. EDT/7 p.m. GMT, @eWEEKNews will host its 92nd monthly #eWEEKChat. The topic will be  “New Tech to Expect in 2021,” and it will be moderated by eWEEK Editor Chris Preimesberger. Some quick facts: Topic: “New Tech to Expect in 2021”   Date/time: Tuesday, Nov. 10, 11 a.m. […]

    The post #eWEEKchat Tuesday, Nov. 10: New Tech to Expect in 2021 appeared first on eWEEK.

  6. It is no surprise that COVID-19 has drastically changed the landscape for B2B marketing and sales, but just how many of these changes will stick around for the long term is still to be seen. If there is one change that will remain after the recovery and have a major impact on how B2B marketers […]

    The post Shifting B2B Strategy to Meet New Reality of Remote Audiences appeared first on eWEEK.

  7. Qualcomm is a firehose of product and standards announcements these days. On Oct. 20, I think I received something like a dozen announcements of one sort or another. I’ve written before about how the company manages to maintain its focus, even when under great stress, and now that Qualcomm is out from under a heap of […]

    The post Pro Hearing Tech Reaches the Masses Through Earbuds appeared first on eWEEK.

  8. On Tuesday, Sept. 8, at 11 a.m. PST/2 p.m. EST/7 p.m. GMT, @eWEEKNews will host its 90th monthly #eWEEKChat. The topic will be, “Confidential Computing and Next-Gen Security.” It will be moderated by Chris Preimesberger, eWEEK’s editor of features and analysis. Some quick facts: Topic: #eWEEKchat Sept. 8: “Confidential Computing and Next-Gen Security” Date/time: Tuesday, […]

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  9. The five most important things you should know about Acer’s new Enduro T1 ruggedized tablet are: It definitely can defend itself; it’s the tablet equivalent of a Hummer H1–you can’t kill it. The battery life is much better than advertised; the company says 10 hours, but our experience was that you can leave it on […]

    The post Acer’s New Ruggedized Tablets Can Defend Themselves Just Fine appeared first on eWEEK.

  10. When it comes to IT devices or anything else, we all know that options are invariably good. If a laptop notebook PC is all you need to get projects completed, for example, that’s great. However, if your work environment suddenly changes, the laptop may not be optimal after all–in fact, it might become a problem […]

    The post Why Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 Plus Will Offer Plenty of Options appeared first on eWEEK.

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