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Business Technology | February 22, 2013

Would you buy a rice cooker with the Android operating system built into it? What about a dryer or refrigerator? Would you ever consider installing a microwave oven which was partially powered by Android

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Business Technology | February 20, 2013

There was a point in time when e-mail was considered cutting-edge tech. Before that, businesses were considered tech-savvy if they had their own fax machines

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Business Technology | February 15, 2013

As a small business owner, you need to ensure it is as easy as possible for your customers to pay for your offerings. Square, a credit-card processing service created for iPhones, iPads and Android-powered devices can help you fulfill this goal. But Square, created by Square, Inc., isn’t free.

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Business Technology | February 13, 2013

Small business owners are busy people. You’re hiring staffers, taming your business’ budget, developing new products and developing marketing campaigns

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Business Technology | February 8, 2013

Business owners prefer to believe that paper will become a thing of the past. After all, we send the majority of our correspondence through e-mail today, right? Then there’s texting and social media.

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Business Technology | February 6, 2013

Ever needed to access your PC or laptop while you were on the road? Ever needed that one special file from your pc while you were on the other side of the country from it? Using your iPad and a remote-access app, it is easy to access your desktop or laptop regardless of where it is or you are.

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Business Technology | February 1, 2013

You purchased the new Windows 8 operating system due to the fact system’s new touch-screen capabilities intrigued you. There’s just one problem: Your older computer is not a touch screen

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Business Technology | January 30, 2013

You had no idea that your cell phone was perched so perilously on the edge of your bathtub. And you obviously didn’t think you might actually knock it over the edge and into gallons of bubble bath and water

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Business Technology | January 25, 2013

The vast majority of malware attacks still take place on PCs. But cybercriminals are increasingly turning their attention to smart phones.

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Business Technology | January 23, 2013

Are you a expert writer, a person who pays the mortgage each month because of stories you turn in to newspapers, magazines and Web sites? Maybe you’re a fiction writer who’s published in journals, literary magazines and consumer publications throughout the world. If that’s the case, you are a serious writer.

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