Tablets

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We’ve been hearing a lot lately about the “Internet of Things” (IoT). Often, the discussion revolves around issues associated with data privacy and cybersecurity.
AARP Tablet, RealPad Front View
AARP debuted its first-ever consumer product at the Ideas@50+ conference in San Diego last month.
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At the bustling convention center in downtown Boston, a lot of people seem eager to learn as much as they can about personal technology.
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It's certainly extreme, but a recent news story points up how germy a cellphone can be.
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Two million square feet of display space. Two giant halls (and some satellite venues) with 3,200 exhibitors hawking their high-tech wares. This year's Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas is overwhelming, even for regulars. (CES runs Jan. 7-10)
mobile point of sale gadgets
If my friend Beth's recent holiday buying is any indication, shoppers are in for a more-connected experience. Last week, my 82-year-old buddy wanted to buy a platter at her church bazaar. She was met with a "newfangled credit-card" gadget.
Lego Mindstorm dog robot
Calling all grandparents! My first day at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas has proven to be pretty overwhelming but also totally exciting! The most fun I had today was checking out some of the cool tech items geared for kids. There are literally hundreds of toys, learning tools, games and other entertainment for kids on exhibition here. As I went through the exhibit hall, here are just a few items I loved in a variety of price ranges - perhaps the next gift for your grands?!
Photos with Phones
Happy FRIDAY!  Jenn here from the AARP Illinois Communications Team. This week I'm going to tell you about one of the most fun events I've ever been a part of in my 6 years at AARP - The Senior TechRALLYâ„¢
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