Profile of Eric Zeman
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Eric is a freelance writer for InformationWeek specializing in mobile technologies.
Articles by Eric Zeman
posted in November 2015
Researchers say LED light bulbs can deliver broadband speeds up to 1Gbps, but the line-of-sight requirement makes it a tough sell.
Apple's professional-grade tablet is a massive slate that may replace a laptop for some -- but definitely not all -- mobile professionals. Here's a look at where the iPad Pro rises to the occasion and where it falls flat.
Looking for discounted prices on phones, tablets, and other mobile gear and plans on Black Friday? Here's a quick primer.
HP and Titan plan to create a wearable that's compatible with both Google's Android Wear and Apple's watchOS.
LG abruptly halted sales of its Watch Urbane 2nd Edition LTE due to unspecified problems with the hardware. The move comes less than a week after the smartwatch's launch.
In a bid to make content that's buried in apps searchable, Google will stream apps to Android smartphones.
Apple and Samsung are looking abroad to increase adoption of their respective mobile payment services.
An update to Google voice search improves its ability to understand complex inquiries.
Huawei's new process is 10 times faster at delivering a charge than current methods, which could make battery life practically irrelevant.
The iPad Pro is trickling out to Apple Stores this week, but the Apple Pencil and Smart Keyboard are lagging behind badly.
iFixit's team has taken apart the iPad Pro to find out what makes it tick. iFixit says there were some surprises hiding under the device's massive display.
Early reviews of the Apple iPad Pro laud its screen and pen technology, but lament the Smart Keyboard and lack of app optimization.
Traditional watchmaker Tag Heuer is aiming to appeal to high-end clients looking for an alternative to the Apple Watch.
Apple's 13-inch workhorse is finally here. The iPad Pro, Apple Pencil, and Smart Keyboard all bring with them the promise of enhanced productivity.
Early reviews for the BlackBerry Priv, the company's first Android smartphone, are all over the map, but most agree the keyboard is only so-so and the software is buggy.
The Apple Watch continues to redefine the wearables market. Apple has shipped more smartwatches in the last two quarters than all other vendors have combined.
An analyst predicts a smaller, less-expensive iPhone will debut early next year due to strong demand for compact iPhones.
Microsoft claims abusers are forcing its hand and the company will dramatically reduce its free online storage offerings beginning next year.
Consumers who purchase an iPhone 6s and Apple Watch together can save some cash. Apple's iPad Pro is expected in stores November 11.