IRS plans webinar for tax preparers, accountants in response to unprecedented national disasters
2017 CES Innovation Award Winners that would fit in well in many small business offices.
Impossible to believe, a TB memory card.
A 440-lb. pilotless robotic eight-rotor ‘drone’ that carries a passenger
The general trend in 3-D printing is currently on improving speed and ease of use.
A feature-packed, multifunction printer you can find on sale for less than $80.
The first USB rechargeable battery to use lithium polymer technology in a standard AA or AAA battery size
Griffin’s BreakSafe Magnetic USB-C Power Cable brings back a magnetic breakaway power cable to USB-C compatible laptops.
A new wallet from Nomad has a back-up iPhone battery charger hidden in its spine.
Handwriting recognition provides a keyboard-free way to interact with your smart device.
Why are there replacement keyboards for smartphones?
LaCie today announced that it has doubled the memory–to 1 Terabyte (TB) –on a new version its Rugged Thunderbolt SSD.
ASUS will release a new product this summer called the Chromebit, a “computer on a stick” that plugs into an HDTV and turns it into a Chrome computer.
The Microsoft HoloLens is a concept product fulfilling a sci-fi notion that our real world will one day be easily to overlaid with a virtual world.
Sony’s Symphony Light is a wireless speaker that also illuminates your office, shop or cafe.
The Zuta Pocket Printer is a portable “mini robotic” printer that weighs less than a pound and is 4 inches in diameter and works with your mobile device or laptop.
The Intel Compute Stick is a “PC-on-a-stick” that will turn your HDTV into a computer running Windows 8.1 or Linux.
Smart Technologies’ SMART kapp Capture Board is a great looking feature-packed interactive whiteboard with real time remote viewing capabilities priced lower than $1,000.
A Tel-Aviv-based start-up is introducing a prototype charger that promises a 30 second battery recharge
The BLS research excludes millions of people who do gig work as moonlighters or as a second job.
75% of Americans have purchased something online. However, most of those who have shopped online say they prefer shopping in a bricks and mortar store, according to a new study by NPR and the Marist Institute for Public Opinion
Most small business safety efforts lack formal planning and training
To help address the state’s rapidly shrinking tax base, Vermont is attempting a new spin on the conventional industrial planning approach
Having only limited knowledge about retirement plan fees can be detrimental to employers’ and workers’ long-term finances.
If every company with 10 to 99 employees hired just one veteran, every unemployed vet would have a job and all of those businesses would have great new employees.