Category Archives: laptops

are the devices we use sexist?

By | December 9, 2020

Are women physically suffering more than men when it comes to computing? Does the tech industry not only favour men but also design itself around them? And if that’s true, is the COVID-driven trend of working from home exacerbating the problem, leaving a legacy of back and neck pain for women around the world? Heavy questions, so let… Read More »

PCs with Wireless Charging?

By | January 12, 2017

PCWorld reports of a Dell laptop with wireless charging, but it seems a low-key affair without much conviction: At CES last week, Dell showed a wireless charging PC called the Latitude 7285, a 2-in-1 with a detachable screen attached to a keyboard base. It’s the first wireless charging laptop based on the AirFuel Alliance’s emerging wireless PC charging… Read More »