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How Small Business Owners Can Guard Against Online Security Threats

The question: As a small-business owner, how can I protect my business from looming online security threats?

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The Man Behind Google Docs on Opportunities in the Cloud

How business owners can get the most from Web-based tools -- and how to pitch your business idea to Google.

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The Dailies at SXSW, Part Four

SXSW in Austin may be the place to go for networking opportunities, but it's also good for a quick dose of inspiration.

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Three Reasons to Buy an Open-PC

If a completely open-source computer that 'just works' sounds good, a prepackaged machine could be what you're looking for.

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Creating a Friend-Friendly App

Recco, a new mobile app that offers up your friends recommendations, makes its debut at SXSW.

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Here Come the Gatecrashers

The international Interactive, Film and Music Festival called South By Southwest begins today. And it's all about you.

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Creating a Startup at 60 MPH

Think starting a business is hard? Try doing it on a bus in 48 hours.

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A Tablet PC Buyers Guide

Here's what to consider -- before you buy.

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Need a Tech Upgrade? Eight Tools to Consider

The recession hasn't put a crimp on technological innovation, and deals abound. Here are eight worthy contenders.

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Five Portable and Productive Apps

Here are five apps that put more productivity in your palm.

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AppTank: An App-Developer Marketplace

Have app plans but need someone to build it? Here's an alternative to looking on Craigslist.

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Going to Extremes

Entrepreneurs use technology to play as hard as they work.

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Cybercrooks Tire of Windows -- They're After Your iPhone Now

Smartphone apps are particularly vulnerable to hackers as they access user information without permission.

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Why Your IP Address May Soon Be Antique

The pool of available IP addresses is rapidly decreasing. You may soon find that your IP address contains letters.

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Gadget Lust: Flipit USB Travel Charger

Hotel rooms almost never have enough electrical outlets for business travelers. Here's a handy problem-solver.

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Review: Fuze Meeting

Our tech columnist explores the pros and cons of this low-cost web conferencing tool, which rivals GoToMeeting.

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Tools for Keeping Track of Work Hours

We review three time-sheet apps that can help bosses and employees watch the clock.

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Can VoIP Cut Your Mobile Costs?

VoIP: It looks weird written out, it's fun to say and it can help you save money on your telecom costs.

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A Look at Low-Cost Cameras Ready for Business

A good camera can help you enhance everything from your social media profile to your product spec sheets.

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E-Signatures Streamline the Contract Process

E-signatures streamline the contract process

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Innovator: Shopkick's Cyriac Roeding Reinvents Retail

Meet Cyriac Roeding, the man reinventing shopping for the mobile era.

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Review: The HD Pro Webcam C910

Logitech's new HD Pro Webcam C910 lets you see the good, the bad and the weird mole on your client's face.

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Why Mobile-Friendly Websites Are Critical to Your Strategy

Mobile applications redefined the user experience but represent only a pit stop in the continuing evolution.

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Test Your Mobile Manners

Shall we learn from Tiger and Favre? Take our six-point quiz to avoid a messy mishap.

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The New Smart Money

Can I get your number? Mobile commerce makes purchasing as simple as waving your smartphone at the register.

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The Rebirth of Retail

Shopkick is retooling the concept of customer rewards with an app that delivers promotions.

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Our Picks for the Best New Business Gadgets

From smartphones to tablets, a look at the hot new tech toys.

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Keyboards That Don't Hurt

New keyboards offer improved ergonomics to make typing easier. Here are three options for less painful ways to work.

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