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Want to share your small screen-display with a big-screen HDTV? There are many ways to do it, maybe too many.
Free email clients are a dime a dozen these days, but how do you know which one will best fit your needs? Let\'s take a look.
Got a smartphone and a business? There are many options for using one for the other that are both inexpensive and effective.
Google announced sweeping changes to its Hangout service at Google I/O. Will it make it the go-to video chat service for users likely tied to Skype? It really should.
Get ready to hear a lot about the Internet of Things. It\'s the future of connected technology, and it\'s coming sooner than you think.
What are the next big social networking and messaging services? Read more to find out.
Looking to move from Mac to Windows, or vice versa? It\'s surprisingly easy, if you know how.
By all indications, small-to-medium size businesses are on the move, in more ways than one.
You already know about Google Docs and Office 365, but what are some of the other cloud offer suite alternatives?
NetGear had its NetGear Genie on display at CES 2013, a router management device for home or small offices. TechnologyGuide was in Vegas to take a closer look.
Technology lets us work together in the same room, no matter where we are. Here are some of the best services available to do everything from screen share to video[...]
Most homes have a wireless network these days, but many people are not taking the necessary steps to ensure their network remains secure. Read more to find out how to[...]
Microsoft was late to the game with its cloud office suite, but does it mean other services like Google and Zoho will become popular with businesses?
Businesses are cloud bound, resulting in a more mobile and productive workforce. TechnologyGuide takes a closer look at this trend, with the a focus on the end-user. What does it[...]
Over the past few years, the number of people who work from home or from a small office has been growing substantially. The United States easily has the highest percentage[...]
The Samsung CLX-4195fw is part of the company\’s new line of A3 and A4 printers and is aimed at small and medium sized businesses. Measuring in at 17 x 17[...]
There’s a broad range of functionality in the latest release of OmniPeek from WildPackets, including a large number of tools that make it easy to keep wireless LANs on the[...]
The LenovoEMC PX2-300D offers easy to use network storage for small businesses.
Yes, 802.11ac is getting all the buzz, but don’t ignore 802.11ad. The IEEE standard is now approved, and the ultimate success of WLANs operating in the massive 60 GHz. band[...]
What are wireless mesh networks and what do they mean for the future of connectivity?