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When disaster strikes and the grid crashes, candles will get you only so far.
So we came up with a list of seven gadgets that will help you get by when the power is out.
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Get secure Web access for all your devices everywhere you go.
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We demystify the cloud, your virtual hard drive in the sky.
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Tech entrepreneurs are increasingly bypassing banks and venture capital for financial backing, and reaching out to the general public via sites such as Kickstarter and Indiegogo.
These five high-profile ...
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Whether renting out a car or an extra room in the house, retirees can generate some extra income with an Internet-based side business.
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Take these steps to thwart pirates who could hijack your computer.
Cracked screen? We found the most reliable ways to get your phone fixed.
You could call it the march of progress. First, technology allowed you to preset your VCR, and later it let you program your TiVo. Now you can watch videos on demand on your phone or tablet. Next up: devices ...
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These gadgets can make your ride safer and more fun.
Word, Excel and PowerPoint have finally been designed to use on Apple’s popular tablet. Is the suite worth the price?
Second-generation Windows 8 devices give you the best of both touch-screen and desktop computers.
Long-awaited smart watches are hitting the consumer market. But do these gizmos live up to their hype?
You have more ways than ever to program your own music.
Can today's best smart phones compete with traditional point-and-shoot cameras?
Throw out the sticky notes. These programs are a better way to go.