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One of Apple's Very First Computers Expected to Fetch $400,000 at Auction
Business of History

One of Apple's Very First Computers Expected to Fetch $400,000 at Auction

Launched in 1976, the Apple 1 motherboard was invented by Steve Wozniak in Steve Jobs' family garage.
Geoff Weiss
Protecting Your Computer Against the Threat Posed by Humans
Computers

Protecting Your Computer Against the Threat Posed by Humans

Stave off unnecessary data loss at your company resulting from errors made by your own staff.
Pam Lyra
Teach Yourself Coding on Your Own Time With These Resources
Skills

Teach Yourself Coding on Your Own Time With These Resources

Learning the language of computers is an incredibly useful skill for entrepreneurs to have.
Peter Gasca
Seriously, It's Really Time to Upgrade From Windows XP
Office Tech

Seriously, It's Really Time to Upgrade From Windows XP

If you're still using Microsoft's old operating system after it ceases support, you'll be more vulnerable to viruses, hacks and other issues.
Richard Thompson
Sony Now Predicts a $1.1 Billion Loss, Shuts Down PC Business
Technology

Sony Now Predicts a $1.1 Billion Loss, Shuts Down PC Business

The struggling Japanese electronics maker is undergoing a costly restructuring.
Brian Patrick Eha
This New Startup Aims to Revolutionize Selling Your Old Electronics
Technology

This New Startup Aims to Revolutionize Selling Your Old Electronics

A mobile app called FOBO holds 97-minute local auctions for your old electronics, where you're guaranteed a sale.
Emily Price
On the Mac's 30th Birthday, Apple Does Some Horn Tooting
Technology

On the Mac's 30th Birthday, Apple Does Some Horn Tooting

The often tight-lipped company is having a relatively effusive celebration to mark three decades of its game-changing computer. It's even asking for some fan input.
Intel Wants to Make Computers Think More Like Humans
Technology

Intel Wants to Make Computers Think More Like Humans

At CES, the tech giant unveiled RealSense, technology it says creates more 'natural' interactions with computers and tablets.
Jason Fell
Tim Bucher Wants to Build a 'Master Database of Your Life Memories'
Technology

Tim Bucher Wants to Build a 'Master Database of Your Life Memories'

The serial entrepreneur who has worked for Steve Jobs, Bill Gates and Michael Dell has a new startup, and it's about to come out of stealth mode.
Brian Patrick Eha
3 Things You Need to Know About Your Tech Guy
Technology

3 Things You Need to Know About Your Tech Guy

Your tech support can make or break your business when something goes awry. Here's what you need to know to avoid disaster.
Gene Marks
Dell's Latest Problem? Computers That Smell Like Cat Urine.
Technology

Dell's Latest Problem? Computers That Smell Like Cat Urine.

Dell says a new manufacturing process is to blame for the bad smell coming from one of its new laptops.
Andrea Huspeni
Intel's Futurist: We'll Soon Be Living In Computers
Technology

Intel's Futurist: We'll Soon Be Living In Computers

As the size of a computer chip approaches zero, computational power will be everywhere and in everything, says Brian David Johnson, the resident futurist at Intel.
Catherine Clifford
Employees Ditch Company Tech in Favor of Personal Devices
Technology

Employees Ditch Company Tech in Favor of Personal Devices

Increasingly, employees believe in BYOD -- bring your own device. Here's what companies may lose due to their terrible tech.
Cadie Thompson
Done Deal: A Look at the Long, Contentious Road to Buying Dell Inc.
Technology

Done Deal: A Look at the Long, Contentious Road to Buying Dell Inc.

In this interactive timeline, we look back at how founder Michael Dell's proposal to acquire the company and take it private played out.
Benjamin Kabin