Susie Ochs

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Susie has been covering Apple since 2006, and when she isn't glued to her MacBook Air and iPhone, you can find her building sand castles at the beach or snowboarding in the mountains.

5 high-tech toys to delight kids of all ages

5 things I noticed in my first hours with the iPad Pro

5 things I noticed in my first hours with the iPad Pro

Our iPad Pro was delivered this morning, and while we're still working on the review, a few things became immediately clear.

Review: iXpand Flash Drive adds easy-to-use extra storage to your iPad and iPhone
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Review: iXpand Flash Drive adds easy-to-use extra storage to your iPad and iPhone

Bring some extra movies to watch on the plane? Offload vacation photos so you can shoot more? No problem.

Here Comes The...Uber? Uber Weddings Coming to SF on Saturday

Is Uber's latest stunt romantic and cute, or a shameless mockery of a sacred institution? Either way, it comes with a free honeymoon!

Hands on with the Amazon Fire Phone

Susie Ochs got her hands on the Fire and didn't get burned. Put on some oven mitts and read this.

Catching Fire: What to Expect From the Amazon Phone

Will it be a 3D gimmick, a shopping ninja, the family jewel, or just another smartphone? We'll find out soon enough.

Amazon's World Domination is Great for Consumers, Bad for Everyone Else

The company wants to control everything bought, sold, and processed -- including mobile payments and even your local babysitter.

Oh Please No: Twitter Experimenting with Algorithms to Surface 'Important' Tweets

Silly Twitter, that's what Facebook does. Here's why a publishing platform shouldn't act like a social network.

Apple Doesn't Need its Own Gadgets to Dominate the Smart Home

Vendors of connected-home hardware would love to get shelf-space in Apple Stores.

Nextdoor Partners with San Francisco to Mobilize Neighbors During a Disaster

The city's Department of Emergency Management will provide real-time emergency info to Nextdoor's neighborhood networks.

How Yahoo Can Take on YouTube in 4 Easy Steps

Yahoo wants to convince YouTube's biggest stars that the grass is greener on its side of the online video fence. As Re/code reported, the Internet giant hopes to lure popular video makers to join a YouTube-like operation of its own.

Why Women in Tech Should Flock to SXSW

I've been to three trade shows this year--CES, MWC, and SXSW--and boy are my arms tired. Now that my laundry's in the washer and I've had time to exhale and reflect, I'm happy to report that there really is a trade show for women in...

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