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    Become a Mobile Money-Making Machine

    Become a Mobile Money-Making Machine
    As far as tech gadgets are concerned, it seems like iPhones and BlackBerry's have all the popularity. But in the world of small-business owners (and consumers), netbook computers, with prices below $500, are increasingly popular. They're small, affordable and functional--once you get used to the small screens and keyboards. As your company is looking into what technology to invest in, consider ...
    Published almost 8 years ago | Rate This
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    How to Buy a Laptop

    How to Buy a Laptop
    Over the last few years, laptops have become powerful, portable, and inexpensive enough that it's easy to get by without a desktop machine. As laptops have become more of a default than a luxury, the range of features, models, and prices has expanded greatly. Sorting through all those options isn't always easy, but these 10 rules for laptop buying should help ...
    Published almost 8 years ago | Rate This
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    Business Apps for the IPhone

    Business Apps for the IPhone
    New iPhone apps can expand your mobile office. With the latest version of the iPhone operating system, you can now download third party productivity applications to your iPhone and enhance your productivity, even when you’re out of the office. With an iPhone, several productivity applications, and a secure, well supported IT network back at the office, you can be productive anywhere ...
    Published almost 8 years ago | Rated: +5
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    Is Google Chrome the Future of Operating Systems?

    Is Google Chrome the Future of Operating Systems?
    Pit one giant against another and it will be hard not to be affected by what is happening. Such was the case when Google announced that the company would develop its own brand of operating system. The OS, which will be available in the second half of 2010, is seen as a challenge to Microsoft. It will be a clash of ...
    Published almost 8 years ago | Rate This
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    21 Best Ways to Lose Your Data

    Have you ever wondered what the best ways are to get hacked, be adversely affected by disasters, or otherwise lose information stored on your computer systems? Here, in no particular order, are the 21 best ways to not secure your systems: 1. Don’t pay attention to or even bother to understand what you’re trying to protect. 2. Leave your databases, especially ...
    Published almost 8 years ago | Rated: +1
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    Avoid Spam

    The Truth About Spam Spam is any piece of unwanted or unsolicited email that is sent out to thousands of email recipients at one time. Spam will attempt to convince you to buy a product or participate in a scheme to steal information or money from online sources. Spam can be broken into several basic categories: * Financial scams – are ...
    Published almost 8 years ago | Rate This
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    Report: Apple and Microsoft May Join Forces to Fight Google's Android Army

    Report: Apple and Microsoft May Join Forces to Fight Google's Android Army
    Microsoft was the only major player in the smartphone market to lose market share in a recent three-month analysis which concluded in October.  Windows 7 Mobile is delayed and some are claiming that we might not see it until 2011.  Amid its slumping smartphone business, Microsoft is reaching out to competitors to try to salvage the key assets of its mobile ...
    Published over 7 years ago | Rated: +6
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    Your Small Business Needs a Data Backup Plan

    Your Small Business Needs a Plan for Data Backup Take time to create a strategic data storage and restoration plan that will protect your business's critical data. May 11, 2009 As a small business owner, your company is dependent upon data. You should take the time to consider your business’s needs and create a strategic data storage and restoration plan that ...
    Published almost 8 years ago | Rate This
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    Troubleshoot Printer Problems

    Troubleshoot Printer Problems
    Printer problems are annoying, especially when you are in a hurry and just need to print one last document before running off to a meeting. Here are some simple steps and procedures to try before you call your IT support staff for help: 1. Make sure the printer is plugged in. Even though the printer “should be” plugged in, someone looking ...
    Published over 7 years ago | Rated: +2
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    Google Voice App Rejected by Apple, AT&T

    Google Voice App Rejected by Apple, AT&T
    Last week Google announced the release of its Latitude web application for Apple's iPhone. During the release, Google revealed that it had previously developed a full version application for the iPhone, but had been rejected over Apple's concerns that the app would be "too similar" to Maps on the iPhone. Many were unhappy with this ruling because they wanted to use ...
    Published almost 8 years ago | Rate This
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    Amplify iPhone Sound Without Power And Bluetooth Mobile Conferencing

    Amplify iPhone Sound Without Power And Bluetooth Mobile Conferencing
    If you are a mobile professional or you need to share sound from your iPhone with colleagues, prospects or clients, I have a technology I want to share with you. Also, if you use a mobile phone and need hands-free operation for conferences and/or in the car, you’re in for a treat. This week I want to share with you a ...
    Published over 7 years ago | Rated: +5
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    How to Choose a Good Password

    How to Choose a Good Password
    Throughout your day, you will use numerous computers, PDAs, online accounts and other electronic devices that all require passwords to protect your information. Choosing a complex password is important, but it needs to be memorable enough that you don’t need to write it out on the back of your hand with a Sharpie pen. Here are some standard guidelines for choosing ...
    Published over 7 years ago | Rate This
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    Review: Motorola's Droid is a Serious Competitor to the iPhone

    Review: Motorola's Droid is a Serious Competitor to the iPhone
    SAN FRANCISCO - Since its debut in 2007, millions of people have gravitated toward Apple's iPhone, wooed by its sleek hardware, simple user interface and abundance of applications. Other smart phone makers have been trying since then to dispel the notion that the iPhone is the be-all and end-all of mobile gadgets. The latest push comes from Verizon Wireless and ...
    Published over 7 years ago | Rated: +4
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    Top Open Source Software in Enterprise Storage

    Top Open Source Software in Enterprise Storage
    When entertaining the idea of using open source software, many businesses might readily consider it in their instant messaging system, word processors, intranet, and other low-risk computer applications. Few, however, would use it in their enterprise storage. But all that is changing. More and more businesses today are finding out that open source software can reduce IT costs and improve security. ...
    Published almost 8 years ago | Rate This
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    Wipe Out Shopping Cart Abandonment

    Wipe Out Shopping Cart Abandonment
    Imagine you owned a store where half your customers left their purchases on the checkout counter. That, in effect, is happening all too often to online merchants. Potential customers go shopping on their site, like what they see, and put merchandise in the shopping cart. But somewhere during the checkout process, they "abandon" their cart and depart the site, sometimes never ...
    Published almost 8 years ago | Rated: +1
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    Apple Delivers Sleek iPad, Starts from $499

    Apple Delivers Sleek iPad, Starts from $499
    Despite Apple's best efforts at keeping its employees quiet about its latest device (hint: it's tablet shaped), the company's secrecy was ultimately been undone by its supply chain. Apple was buying large and mid-sized LCD touch-screens in mass. This has lead most observers to conclude that it was a virtual certainty that Apple was preparing to launch a new tablet computer. ...
    Published over 7 years ago | Rated: +1
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    How to Choose the Right Anti-Virus Software

    How to Choose the Right Anti-Virus Software
    If you have a computer, you need anti-virus protection. If your computer is new, it might come with a trial version of a program, but it might not be the right one to meet your computing needs. If your computer is due for a renewal of its anti-virus software, you might want to check out other anti-virus programs. Either way, you ...
    Published over 7 years ago | Rated: +1
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    Apple's New Mouse Works Like 'Magic'

    Apple's New Mouse Works Like 'Magic'
    Nov. 9 - Even though a computer mouse rightly can be thought of as one of the more peripheral of peripherals, a new one just arrived that can honestly claim the adjective "transformative." Apple Inc.'s $69 Magic Mouse truly brings change this reviewer can believe in. Until now, a mouse had a singular purpose, more or less: to move a ...
    Published over 7 years ago | Rated: +1
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    New iPhone Gets VoIP Support

    New iPhone Gets VoIP Support
    Apple began to ease its restrictions on VoIP apps last fall when it approved a Vonage app .  In October AT&T and Apple said that they would eventually be opening 3G data traffic to voice-over IP calls (initially approved apps like the Vonage app were crippled to only work over Wi-Fi connections).  AT&T, which cut its investment its capital costs (network ...
    Published over 7 years ago | Rated: +3
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    When to Upgrade Your Computer Hardware

    When to Upgrade Your Computer Hardware
    Businesses big and small hate having to answer the question, “Is it time to upgrade hardware?” Even trickier is the quandary of upgrading to current industry standards (if they haven’t dipped below it yet), or to project ahead and buy what will still be useful years down into the future. Technological advances in computers and in networking hardware has rapidly exploded ...
    Published over 7 years ago | Rated: +3