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These New Smartphones Will Have Screens That Are Always On
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These New Smartphones Will Have Screens That Are Always On

Models from LG and Samsung will constantly show the time and notifications.
Carly Okyle
Life Without Smartphones Is Hard to Imagine, According to Nearly Half of U.S. Smartphone Users
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Life Without Smartphones Is Hard to Imagine, According to Nearly Half of U.S. Smartphone Users

A recent Gallup poll provides insight into the sneaky, vital and constant ways the devices have come to shape the way we live.
Laura Entis
A New BlackBerry Smartphone Is Coming
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A New BlackBerry Smartphone Is Coming

The struggling tech maker is hoping to rebound with the release of the Passport, which it calls the 'IMAX of productivity.'
Laura Entis
WATCH: Microsoft Tests a Keyboard That Understands Your Gestures
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WATCH: Microsoft Tests a Keyboard That Understands Your Gestures

Microsoft's research division released a video that stars a motion-sensing mechanical keyboard prototype.
Laura Entis
Survey: 38% of 2-Year-Olds Use Mobile Devices
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Survey: 38% of 2-Year-Olds Use Mobile Devices

A new report shows more young children are using devices such as iPhones, tablets and Kindles.
Laura Entis
Can an All-In-One Computer Give Your Business an Edge?
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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
Creative Business Uses for Touch-Screen PCs
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Creative Business Uses for Touch-Screen PCs

PCs with touch-based interfaces have a small business upside: They can morph into everything from interactive retail kiosks to data-entry terminals.
Jonathan Blum
Three Need-to-Know Technology Trends for 2011
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Three Need-to-Know Technology Trends for 2011

Keep these predictions in mind to stay competitive in the evolving world of office IT.
Jonathan Blum