Is Web site Business Insider engaging in hyperbole when it reported the end of the era of the PC? Maybe. But there’s no denying that the boom times of the personal computer are gone.
Does rise of tablets mean end of PCs
Are you a desktop or Web-based e-mail person?
The debate is an old one: Are Web-based e-mail services like Gmail the right choice? Or do knowledgeable people rely on desktop e-mail clients such as Sparrow or Postbox? As with numerous other long-running technology conundrums, this one has no definitive answer.
How smart is your toaster? With Android it might be a genius
The rice cooker is a simple appliance. But imagine if it was powered by the Android operating system? And how about your refrigerator or dishwasher
Tech will change your business in 2013. Here’s how…
Remember when you sent out faxes to your clients regularly?
Is Square worth the transaction fees?
Need to give your small business a boost?
Small business owners: It’s time to meet big data
Here’s a quick quiz for owners of small companies. Do you know what big data is
Why your small business still needs a printer
When you consider the technology that your particular business needs to thrive, what springs into your mind? Cloud storage?
Need files from your PC? Try the iPad’s remote-access apps
You use your iPad for just about everything: Browsing the net, reading news, watching movies and contacting relatives and buddies. But if you use your iPad for work, you may be frustrated. As handy as the iPad is, it’s still not quite as powerful as a Workstation or macbook
Invest in these peripherals, not a new machine, to get the most of Windows 8
Windows 8 represents a revolution for manufacturer Microsoft. It is the first Windows operating system to incorporate touch-screen and gesture-based features. Consider Windows 8 a nod towards the future; progressively more tablet and smartphone users have become acquainted with poking, swiping and holding to control their electronic devices.