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August 25, 2008

Ultraportable Laptops: Their Rise and Possible Fall

Netbooks, ultraportables, mini-notebooks — whatever you call them, devices like the Asus Eee PC have been grabbing headlines. Are they here for the long term, or are they only a flash in the pan?

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Get Tough on Telecommuting: What to Ask Before You Say Yes

Working at home is not for every person, every project or every company. Make sure you get answers to these six hard questions before you give employees a pass from office life.

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Elgan: While Windows Sleeps

Dell and Intel give users what they want: to turn Windows off. Mike Elgan wonders when Microsoft will wake up.

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Wi-Fi Tweaks for Speed Freaks

Is your wireless connection painfully slow more than 10 feet from the router? Do you have random dead spots in your home or small office? Our tips and tricks will help you solve those problems and get the most out of your Wi-Fi network.

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Opinion: What My Clients Taught Me

It's a long list, but it can all be boiled down to a single sentence. A former CIO explains.

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August 18, 2008

Free Windows XP Tuneup: Put New Life into an Old Workhorse

Just because Microsoft's done with Windows XP doesn't mean you have to be. Keep XP in the game with these downloads, tweaks and hacks.

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Forgotten PC History: The True Origins of the Personal Computer

The x86's lineage can be traced back to 1968, to a design on a napkin drawn by Austin O. "Gus" Roche, an all-but-forgotten engineer in San Antonio who was obsessed with creating a personal computer.

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Invasion of The Large-Screen Notebooks: Bigger Really Can Be Better

All but the kitchen sink: These three full-featured notebooks offer everything you need, including an 18-in. or bigger display, a fast processor, multiple hard drives and a TV tuner.

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Tech Visionary Wayne Green: Still on a Mission

Ham radio enthusiast Wayne Green helped develop the PC, the cell phone and technology publishing. Still going strong at 86, Green has a few choice words for the high-tech industries he helped create.

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August 11, 2008

8 Ways to Fight Spam Filter Frustration

False positives are the scourge of spam filters. Whether you're sending or receiving, here are some steps you can take to keep good e-mail out of the slush pile.

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Make Leopard Leap: Time-Saving Tips for OS X 10.5

Are you using the latest version of Mac OS X efficiently? We've got more than 20 ways to get things done faster in Leopard. Try our tips and watch your productivity soar.

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MIT: Solar Power Storage Breakthrough Could Bring Energy 'Nirvana'

Research could make current home power sources obsolete in 10 years.

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August 4, 2008

How to Configure and Deploy The iPhone 3G For Business, Part 1

Before the iPhone will ever rival the BlackBerry in the workplace, IT admins will have to figure out how to deploy it to their workers. Part 1 of a three-part series focuses on activation and configuration.

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What Are You Doing For Me, and Why Don't I Know It?

Without a formal communication plan, you could find your IT function being outsourced from under you. One former CIO outlines what this plan should include.

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Is That Keyboard Toxic?

Nanotechnology promises countless benefits, but at what risk?

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AquaConnect Helps Macs, Others Share Desktop Apps

This Mac terminal server offers a surprising level of simplicity of setup and ease of use and manages to support a very broad base of clients, Ryan Faas says. But it is a newer product, and planning and testing are very much required.

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Elgan: Why Expensive Cell Phones Are Worth It

Saving a few bucks on a cheaper handset is almost always a bad idea; it usually makes sense to buy the phone you want -- and here's how to justify it.

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Norton Internet Security 2009 Beta Hits the Accelerator

The software has undergone a major overhaul in an attempt to reduce memory usage, enhance performance and provide a new level of safety -- and it seems to be succeeding.

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