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Retailers often play by different rules in accepting electronics returns. Here are some tips to help you navigate the tricky world of returns, exchanges, and warranties.
As the cost for a full gene map approaches $1,000, the opportunity increases for business owners to get in on the genome mapping industry.
Discover what it takes to lead your IT team amid cutbacks.
These free visualization tools will spice up your presentations. Learn where to find them and how to use them.
Learn how to get perspective and the technology you need to put yourself on the path to smoother backups.
Get your business going, keep it going strong or take it in a new direction with this compilation of web sites for entrepreneurs.
If you need help compiling a list of what you have to accomplish, here are our top ten New Year's resolutions that you can implement to get your business in tip-top shape.
Faced with a worsening economy, companies are afraid to raise prices, so they're introducing sneaky fees instead.
Last week I told you about laptops from Acer, Dell and Hewlett-Packard available for $500 to $600, depending upon configuration. But what if none of those notebooks floats your boat?
Do your homework to choose the best headset for you.
Whether your Web site is brand new or ten years old, managing how it appears to search engines is crucial to its success.
In the U.S. technology hub, it's become survival of the leanest.
Is your PC healthy? Don't be too sure. Think back to when you heard a kerklunk sound coming from the hard drive. Or maybe you remember the last time your Internet connection was down (and I don't mean just a little depressed).
Technology costs can easily eat away any budget--a few software upgrades and new systems here, another IT person to manage your network there--and before you know it, you've completely eroded your profits.
Memristor circuits lead to ultrasmall PCs. Intel and AMD unleash massively multicore CPUs. Samsung TVs respond to your every gesture. These and other developing technologies will fundamentally change the way you think about--and use--technology.
From new User Account Control options to performance improvements, the next version of Windows seeks to address major complaints about the previous one--and our first look at an early beta suggests that it's on the right track.
Your business--and the computers that power it--may have started with an idea that popped into your head while you sat in front of your laptop, freeloading off of the local coffee shop's wireless network. But you can't work out of the Java Hut forever.
Your trusty old office computers are likely chugging along with the power of a 20-year-old Oldsmobile climbing Mt. Everest, gamely working hard to complete ever more complicated and varied tasks for your company's employees.
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New tracking software monitors your missing laptop's whereabouts.
Real-time tracking tools make it easier than ever to monitor your online traffic.
Videoconferencing technology comes to the rescue when being there isn't an option.
Just because you don't have a large enterprise doesn't mean you can't run your IT operation like the big guys.
Can caffeinated chips and drinks stuffed with more herbs than you'd find in an Asian pharmacy really make you more productive? We slurped and chewed our way through lots of so-called energy food to find out.
The late Randy Pausch offered valuable lessons for managing our most precious commodity.