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3 Tiny, Ultra-Affordable Computing Options for Business

Think the Raspberry Pi is the only computer unit that costs less than $100? Consider these alternatives.

Ready for Windows 8? 4 Touchscreen PCs and Tablets

Tap into Microsoft's touch-driven operating system with these Windows 8 devices.

Work Smarter With These Computer Input Devices

Styluses, wireless keyboards and other devices to boost your efficiency.

4 Computer Monitors That Will Change the Way You Work

Add a sparkling new monitor to your computer and see (and do) more.

How to Dispose of Old Devices Without Losing Data or Harming the Environment

Before you throw away your old computers and smartphones, make sure what's inside them won't harm your business -- or anyone else.

Riva Richmond

Apple Gives MacBook Pro a Major Upgrade With Retina Display

New slimmer, 15-inch model comes with features for business users.

Jason Fell

Why This Tiny Cube Might Be Your Next Office PC

The grapefruit-size Xi3 comes with useful interactive features and convenient upgrading options.

Jonathan Blum

Review: Mini Computers for Business

The newest miniature desktop PCs are priced right, easy on your utility bill and really pack a wallop.

Jonathan Blum

What to Do If Your Business Gets Hacked

Your network has been broken into. Now what? Here are six steps to clean up the mess and make sure it doesn't happen again.

Riva Richmond

How to Run Business Software Between Macs and PCs

Consider this advice for ensuring that documents and files can be used, in-house and by clients, no matter which operating system they're created on.

Jonathan Blum

Can an All-In-One Computer Give Your Business an Edge?

These computers have been around for years, but today they're cheaper, more powerful, and many come with touch screens. Here are three reasons they can also be good for business.

Ramon Ray

Sony's New Z Series Laptops Offer Lightweight Power

At about half-an-inch thick, they come with a portable external docking station loaded with added memory and processing capabilities.

Jonathan Blum