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Adriana Lee

Adriana is the resident writer-slash-culture vulture who has written about everything from smartphones, tablets, apps, accessories, and small biz technology to cooking, fashion, pop culture, newsmakers and the arts. She has appeared on Fox Business News, and her work has been published in Time Magazine, The Philadelphia Inquirer, and others. All of this gives her a unique view on her passions, technology and modern lifestyle. You can find her where the two intersect, at TechnoBuffalo, or follow her on Twitter at @Adra_La

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Awesome Tech: LightUp Uses Augmented Reality to Teach Kids How to Build Electronics

Awesome Tech: LightUp Uses Augmented Reality to Teach Kids How to Build Electronics

Adriana Lee

We are nurturing a nation of little geeklets. That’s not a judgmental assessment on the state of child-rearing. It’s just a matter of fact (a rather fantastic one, if you ask me). After all, this is a world that spawned teens like Nick D’Aloisio, Eesha Khare and Jennie Lamere, and produced coding apps for children. So what’s next? How about an augmented reality app and hardware kit...

Androidly Wants to Pump You Up With a Full-Fledged Smartphone For Your Wrist

Androidly Wants to Pump You Up With a Full-Fledged Smartphone For Your Wrist

Adriana Lee

At present, there is still no confirmation on the oft-rumored Apple iWatch. Although plenty of Apple fankids are chomping at the bit to see what the company’s take on wearable tech might be, there are plenty of others who’d rather staple their Android devices to their arms than wear an iOS device. If that describes you, then put down the stapler and walk away. Or you could pick up one...

For Father's Day, Set Up His iPad With Free ConnectMyFolks App. (It Will Make YOUR Life Easier!)

For Father's Day, Set Up His iPad With Free ConnectMyFolks App. (It Will Make YOUR Life Easier!)

Adriana Lee

In 2011, I wrote a post called “How to Survive Being the Family Tech Support.” Oddly enough, people still mention this article to me now, two years later. I guess I’m not the only one who agonizes with tech troubleshooting for parents long-distance. A few interesting things have happened since I wrote that piece. First, numerous reports about tablets and their high usability for...

Apple's Smooth Moves at WWDC: Addressing Theft, Manufacturing and More

Apple's Smooth Moves at WWDC: Addressing Theft, Manufacturing and More

Adriana Lee

Apple made some smooth moves at the Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco yesterday, and it wasn’t just by unveiling more powerful MacBook Airs, slick next-gen Mac Pros, cool OS X “Mavericks” features, or a totally reimagined iOS. That’s the sex appeal, the shine on top that makes people go “ooh” and “aah.” It’s the stuff Steve Jobs used to be known for — putting on a show....

Cool Tech: Liquid Wiring On Paper, Walls And More, Thanks to Conductive Paint

Cool Tech: Liquid Wiring On Paper, Walls And More, Thanks to Conductive Paint

Adriana Lee

If you could put circuits anywhere you wanted, what would you do with that? Build a toy? Turn your wall into an interactive display? Make your own battery-powered Tron costume? Turn that beat-up desk into a synthesizer? All that is possible, thanks to Bare Paint, a conductive liquid that can be applied nearly anywhere. It’s the brainchild of a group of graduates from London’s Royal...

7 Grandiose Tech Campuses That Make Your Office Look Like a Hole In The Ground

7 Grandiose Tech Campuses That Make Your Office Look Like a Hole In The Ground

Adriana Lee

Maybe you never gave much thought to your office building. If that’s true, then you probably don’t work at one of these seven companies. Judging by the building plans of tech’s major players, sci-fi futuristic looks and abundant foliage is the order of the day when it comes to building a campus. Looking at them all side by side, it’s like a locker-room comparison, with each one trying...