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Review: Synology DiskStation DS216play

By Ted Kritsonis

Whether the concept of network attached storage (NAS) is familiar to you or you have no idea what it is, the usefulness of having such a device can pay dividends many times over. Synology is a stalwart in the category, and the DiskStation DS216play is designed to appeal to consumers of all stripes, simplifying its scope and purpose.

How Facebook is expanding its influence on the Internet

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla Facebook’s evolved from web-based social media to realtime messaging, photo sharing and inevitably video and even augmented and virtual reality content company, but what’s next?

Dell Continues Conference Support for Women Entrepreneurs

By Yasmin Ranade
Dell announced recently that it would bring together the world’s leading women founders, investors, policy makers and thought leaders for the sixth annual Dell for Entrepreneurs Women’s Summit, formerly known as DWEN – Dell Women’s Entrepreneur Network Conference.

10 apps worth the asking price

By Ted Kritsonis

It’s always easier to try a smartphone or tablet app that’s free to download, but for the most part, those that do cost something don’t go for more than a few dollars. They may not be free, but these paid apps are worth the price of admission.

Women-Led Companies Confident & Thriving, But Need Access to Capital

Companies led by women are highly confident in the economy, and the positions of their businesses, according to a new study by non-profit, peer advisory group, the Women’s Presidents’ Organization (WPO). And for good reason – the results show that they’re performing well, even outpacing the U.S. national average.

Review: Fujitsu ScanSnap iX100 offers document scanning on the go

By Ted Kritsonis

Going paperless in an office environment or home-based business can be critical to reducing clutter and staying organized. Fujitsu’s ScanSnap iX100 is a document scanner that aims to do that with a form factor portable enough to take almost anywhere.

Square Code Camp Encourages Young Women to Pursue Tech

By Christine Persaud
Square noticed a critical gender gap in the field of computer sciences, and is doing its part to help fill it with Code Camp, which encourages girls in high school and college to pursue careers in tech. The latest college camp, which accepts students from both Canada and the U.S., begins next January, and applications officially opened today.

Prezi tries to instill life into presentations

By Ted Kritsonis

Presentation software has long been key to visualizing information for audiences, yet its evolution has seemed stunted by a lack of creative options to keep eyeballs engaged. Prezi has tried to change that by infusing animations that go beyond typical transitions and basic slides, but does it work the way it should?