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April 3rd, 2014

It seems that technology has taken over nearly every part of our lives. It’s in our homes, cars, offices, and even bathrooms. Wearable tech and the “Internet of things” may mean smart thermostats can turn Nest into a multi-billion-dollar company that no one had heard of before and perhaps pave the way for Google House, but in terms of hardware (hardwear?) the Moto360 is one of the first pieces of wearable tech that is designed and intended for integration into our every move. It has the promise of controlling an entire universe of other network-attached gadgets. While the “Internet of Things” is most certainly here, will this (and other similar devices) be our gateway to this other world of interconnectedness?
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March 20th, 2014

Hardware_Mar17_BConsidering how people are into the whole digital and cloud technology set up, many business owners are slowly forgetting the value of printers. Their thoughts are often completely shifted from actual paper documents, to different file extensions and online platforms. Which makes you wonder, what are the most common printer types in the offices nowadays? Which ones are mostly used?
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Topic Hardware
February 20th, 2014

Hardware_Feb17_BThere’s no doubt that a lot of business owners and managers are now using laptops. You see them everywhere, in coffee shops, the malls, and even in the office. But the question is, do they even know enough about their laptops? If you’re hoping to get to know your laptop even more for example, its parts and what these parts can do, then this guide is exactly what you’re looking for.
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Topic Hardware
January 23rd, 2014

Hardware_Jan20_BMobile devices are a popular tool for many employees, most of whom will at some point use their device for a work-oriented task. In an effort to allow or address this many companies are adopting a BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) policy. There is another similar trend that is also gaining popularity, which is CYOD or Choose Your Own Device.
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Topic Hardware
December 26th, 2013

Hardware_Dec23_B2013 was a great year for mobile devices, with many powerful models being released really pushing the envelope of what we can do with a phone. Take for example, the Nexus 5, which has a 2.26 GHz processor. At first glance, the processor speed puts it in competition with most mid-range laptops. But how does it really compare?
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Topic Hardware