Barbara Krasnoff

Sr. Reviews Editor

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

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First look: The new LG G6 brings with it a new aspect (ratio)
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First look: The new LG G6 brings with it a new aspect (ratio)

Barbara Krasnoff says the new LG G6 smartphone comes with high-end components, solid construction, and an unusual 18:9 aspect ratio.

Coming up: Cool new phones being shown at MWC

Coming up: Cool new phones being shown at MWC

Mobile World Congress has become the place for vendors to show off their upcoming smartphones. Here are some of the interesting new devices being introduced.

First look: The new LG G6 brings with it a new aspect (ratio)

First look: The new LG G6 brings with it a new aspect (ratio)

The new LG G6 smartphone comes with high-end components, solid construction, and an unusual 18:9 aspect ratio.

Review: Samsung Chromebook Pro brings touch computing up a notch

Review: Samsung Chromebook Pro brings touch computing up a notch

The Samsung Chromebook Pro is a convertible laptop/tablet that comes with an excellent touch display and a built-in stylus, making it useful for a variety of tasks.

Review: The Logitech Spotlight -- a new kind of presentation remote

Review: The Logitech Spotlight -- a new kind of presentation remote

The Logitech Spotlight is a new kind of presentation remote that offers an alternative to the current crop of laser pointers.

6 startups from CES to watch in 2017 (with video)

6 startups from CES to watch in 2017 (with video)

The Eureka Park area at the CES trade show offered startups a chance to show what they can do. We interview six hopeful entrepreneurs about their products.

CES 2017: Up-and-coming devices from the ShowStoppers event

CES 2017: Up-and-coming devices from the ShowStoppers event

At CES, not all the interesting gadgets were on the show floor -- some were on display at events such as ShowStoppers, which featured new devices that are useful, fun or just plain weird. Here is a small selection.

CES 2017: Samsung adds Android-capable Chromebooks to its mix

CES 2017: Samsung adds Android-capable Chromebooks to its mix

Samsung is still refining its line of Chromebooks, this time to optimize them for use with Android apps.

CES 2017: The future of home robotics is getting closer

CES 2017: The future of home robotics is getting closer

The science fiction of the 20th century often featured domestic robots, and from what's being introduced in CES 2017, it looks like we're finally getting close to making that a reality.

CES 2017: A few tech vendors jump the gun

CES 2017: A few tech vendors jump the gun

While the Las Vegas trade show CES used to begin with a press event called CES Unveiled, some vendors are pulling tech journalists in with earlier views of their new products.

Evernote changes its privacy policy -- and once again alarms its users

Evernote changes its privacy policy -- and once again alarms its users

Once considered a friendly and conscientious service, Evernote has caused consternation among its users twice this year -- once with a price hike and now with the suggestion that its employees could read your content.

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