Salvador Rodriguez is a former lead reporter on the Tech Now blog and was the tech gadget reviewer for The Times until September 2014. Rodriguez was born in Mexico, raised in Texas and earned his journalism degrees from Arizona State University. He interned for the New York Times, Arizona Republic, Houston Chronicle and others.
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For years, companies such as Samsung, Nokia, LG and others have sold smartphones with wireless chargers, meaning the devices can power up by simply being laid down on charging pads using components that are built into the devices.
Apple made it official: The company Thursday issued media invitations to a Sept. 9 event in Cupertino, Calif., where the company is expected to unveil the latest iPhone 6 and maybe more.
Google beefed up its cloud-computing platform Tuesday by acquiring Zync Inc., a Boston-based firm that specializes in visual effects rendering through the Internet.
Looking to spark iPad sales, Apple is developing a 12.9-inch model that will go into production early next year, a report Tuesday by Bloomberg said.