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Samsung Flow Connects Tablet, Computer — Even Your TV

Samsung has unveiled Flow, a new device handoff feature that will eventually let you start an activity on one device and move it to another. This means you could eventually get an email notification on your smartwatch then switch to your smartphone or tablet to read. Finally, you could switch to your laptop when you’re ready to type a response, ... Read More »

Facebook Reportedly Developing App for Television Set-Top Boxes

Facebook Inc is creating an app for television set-top boxes, including Apple Inc’s Apple TV, the Wall Street Journal reported, citing people familiar with the matter. The world’s biggest online social network is also in discussions with media companies to license long-form, TV-quality programming, the Journal reported on Tuesday. Facebook declined to comment. An app for set-top boxes would bring ... Read More »

Winner Announced For Our HP Netbook Computer Giveaway

Roanoke, Virginia (PRESS RELEASE – December 29, 2008) – Burris Computer Forms is pleased to announce free shipping on all W2 and 1099 orders of $100 or more, from now until January 15, 2009. Burris Computer Forms’ IRS Tax Forms meet IRS regulations and work with accounting software that meets IRS specifications, such as QuickBooks and Peachtree Accounting. Forms W2, ... Read More »

Business Owners Prefer Sick Employees to Computer Problems [Infographic]

[Click for full version] A recent survey has found that most small business owners would rather deal with sick employees calling off on Mondays than a laptop or some other device that’s on the blink. Brother International Corp.  just released the results of its annual Small Business Survey and found that 75 percent of small business owners would rather deal ... Read More »

Must Have Travel Apps and Tech for Your Devices

If you’re hitting the road for business this summer, you’re going to want to arm yourself with some must have travel apps and tech for your devices. That’s right, thanks to new and useful travel apps, as well as the latest tech for your devices, you can get more work done on the road than ever. Must Have Travel Apps for Your Devices ... Read More »

Tech Startup Market Hot Again?

We’ve gotten used to hearing bad economic news, to the point that most of us just tune it out now. After all, you can only take so much bad news without it wearing you down. But could the good times be back again? Judging from reports about Y Combinator’s recent Demo Day, it may be boom times again for Web and ... Read More »

Here’s a First for Apple – But Not a Good One (Watch)

Here’s Why Consumer Reports Won’t Recommend The New MacBook Pro France Just Opened The World’s First Solar Panel Road IranAir’s Deal With Boeing May Get A Price Slash Snap Inc. Is Apparently Buying An Augmented Reality Startup If you think that one bad customer review can be bad for business, just think about how much a negative review from a ... Read More »

Taking Cybersecurity Seriously Could Save Your Business – or Even a Life! (Watch)

St. Jude Pacemakers Updated After Flaw Made Them Vulnerable To Hackers Volkswagen Pleads Guilty To Criminal Charges In Emissions Scandal 200 Dogs And Puppies Rescued From Dog Meat Farm In South Korea Scientists Upgrading Very Large Telescope To Search For Exoplanets If your business uses technology of almost any kind, you could be vulnerable to hackers. This is something that ... Read More »

SimpliSafe Home Security Service May Also Provide Small Business Solution

Securing the place we live and work in used to be a task best left for professional, but like almost every other industry, digital technology is also democratizing security. SimpliSafe Home Security lets you install a wireless security system with all the bells and whistles, without needing an expert and paying an arm and a leg for it. The SimpliSafe ... Read More »

People More Likely To Choose a Smartwatch Over Glasses

Sure, it seems these days that Google Glass grabs the headlines. But it turns out more people say they would be likely to choose smartwatches over glasses, when it comes to wearable tech. Perhaps more surprisingly, most said they were unlikely to choose either. Of 417 consumers surveyed, 411 respondents answered questions about wearable technology recently posed by the tech ... Read More »