Likelihood of Purchasing CE Devices: men vs. Women Q4 2011

Women Outpace Men In Digital Habits, Buying and Engagement

The old stereotype that women are less engaged with technology than men is just that: a stereotype. And, according to research by Parks Associates consultants, untrue. Not only do women engage more online, they're also more likely than men to buy "hot" tech products and use them for sharing and consuming media. The study says that once women buy a product, be it a smartphone, tablet, TV or laptop, they become heavy users. Not just of the "practical" aspects of the device, but utilizing all of the features available.

Save Money By NOT Buying Cheap Products

Yesterday LifeHacker posted a list of 10 things people do to save money that ends up costing them more. Number 5 on the list will be familiar to regular readers...
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15-inch Samsung Series 9 Hands-On (Video)

Today at CES I got a chance to go hands-on with Samsung's 15-inch Series 9 ultraportable. I'd been able to fondle the 13.3-inch version before and came away imp...
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IdeaPad U300s UltraBook at IDF 2011

Lenovo showed off the IdeaPad U300s at IDF 2011 this week. A follow up to the IdeaPad U260, the U300s sports an all-metal enclosure and some respectable specs. ...