Barbara Krasnoff

Sr. Reviews Editor

Barbara Krasnoff is Senior Reviews Editor at Computerworld, covering hardware, software, gadgets, apps and other tech-related products.

Review: The SanDisk Ultra +Cloud is two types of storage in one

Lightweight traveling at CES, take two

Lightweight traveling at CES, take two

When you're attending a trade show, weight matters -- but getting your work done matters more.

Looking to the future: 5 new ideas from CES 2016

Looking to the future: 5 new ideas from CES 2016

Among the hundreds of companies vying for attention at this year's CES trade show, there were many showing off new and innovative technologies. Here are five that caught our eye.

CES quick take: Omnity offers a new type of online research

CES quick take: Omnity offers a new type of online research

If Googling doesn't help you find the information you need, there may be an alternative: A research application based on context.

CES quick take: Can Huawei compete in the difficult U.S. smartphone market?

CES quick take: Can Huawei compete in the difficult U.S. smartphone market?

If you're not Samsung, Motorola or, say, Apple, it can be hard to penetrate the consciousness of the U.S. phone buyer. Huawei is trying.

CES short take: Qi pushes to popularize wireless charging

CES short take: Qi pushes to popularize wireless charging

While Qi isn't the only wireless charging standard, it is the one that consumers are coming to recognize.

CES quick take: New Samsung and Lenovo laptops lighten the load

CES quick take: New Samsung and Lenovo laptops lighten the load

Business travelers who need to work fast and carry light can look toward some interesting new laptops and tablets.

CES quick take: Plantronics’ Wearable Concept 2 promises easier two-factor security

CES quick take: Plantronics’ Wearable Concept 2 promises easier two-factor security

Several companies are working to try to give us a password-less future. Plantronics is hoping to be part of that with a handy headset.

CES 2016: Looking for the weird and wonderful

CES 2016: Looking for the weird and wonderful

As CES 2016 begins, attendees are looking toward the latest in automotive technology, virtual reality and smart home gadgets. But what are the smaller and more experimental vendors showing?

Lightweight traveling at CES

Lightweight traveling at CES

Getting work done at a large trade show is never easy, especially if you don't (or can't) carry too much with you.

Microsoft's Surface Pro: All it's cracked up to be?

Microsoft's Surface Pro: All it's cracked up to be?

Microsoft's Surface Pro tablet is a high-end, wonderfully designed device that can also be used as a full-fledged laptop. Until you drop it.

Microsoft Lumia 950: The first Windows 10 smartphone tries hard -- but can it succeed?

Microsoft Lumia 950: The first Windows 10 smartphone tries hard -- but can it succeed?

Microsoft's Lumia 950, the first Windows 10 phone, has all the right specs, but we've yet to see if it's got what it take to become a preferred corporate device.

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