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  • Garmin gets in the wearables game, plays to its fitness followers

    Nike may be leaving the wearable device market, but Garmin's getting into the game with vivofit, a wristband with optional heart rate monitor aimed specifically at the runners, cyclists and swimmers Garmin already knows well.

    Written by Jen A. Miller07 May 14 22:48
  • 6 gadgets to improve your next business trip

    Taking business on the road? These gadgets will help you stay productive without making your bag exceed the carry-on size limit.

    Written by John Brandon12 March 14 17:00
  • How to Secure USB Drives and Other Portable Storage Devices

    For all their convenience, misplaced or stolen storage devices often result in the loss of confidential data. To protect against embarrassing, costly and damaging data breaches, take these steps to protect your employees' portable storage devices.

    Written by Paul Mah28 May 13 14:09
  • 2 Emerging Markets HP Should Enter to Turn Itself Around

    IBM jumped on mainframes before anyone else did. Apple's consumer devices also caught everyone off guard. Both companies are doing pretty well these days. HP can enjoy similar success, columnist Rob Enderle writes, if it rides a 'technology wave' such as personal robots or 3-D printers.

    Written by Rob Enderle07 Dec. 12 14:04
  • USB 3.0: Five Things You Need to Know

    USB-perhaps the most successful, versatile computer interface yet-is getting a major overhaul. The third version brings big improvements, including higher speeds and better power management. The first devices began hitting stores this year, and a flood of new products is expected to follow. Adoption of USB 3.0 could bring an end to interfaces that use serial ports like e-SATA, which, while fast, require an additional power cable.

    Written by Martyn Williams22 July 10 06:01
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  • 3 trends that will make life harder for CIOs in 2014

    Robots, 3-D printers and wearable tech are indeed cool, but they should raise red flags for IT leaders. Here's how these emerging technologies will cause operations, privacy and user policy headaches for CIOs in 2014.

    Written by Rob Enderle20 Dec. 13 13:45
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