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5 High-Tech Gifts for the Working Woman Under $50

By Christine Persaud
We’re quickly closing in on Christmas. And even the earliest shopping birds inevitably have some last-minute gifts on the list.
When it comes to the professional woman, it’s sometimes difficult to figure out what she might like. Here are some great high-tech options you can snag for under $50.

5 Cool Last Minute Tech Gifts for the Working Woman

Everyone has at least one special working woman on his list for holiday shopping. If you’ve left things until the last minute and still aren’t sure what to grab her, here are some really cool high-tech options that any working woman would love.

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.

Rogers announces new U.S. roaming initiative for $5/day

By Ted Kritsonis

Rogers announced a new roaming initiative called “Roam Like Home” that would allow its customers to roam freely in the United States at a cap of $5 per day. The one catch is that it is only available to those on Share Everything plans.

Canada’s Privacy Debate Goes Live Online with Glenn Greenwald

“More and more Canadians are seeing through their government’s deceit and obfuscation,” Glenn Greenwald said in advance of his visit here, “and I’m eagerly anticipating this opportunity to contribute to that debate.”

by Lee Rickwood

5 Essential Apps for the Working Mother

By Christine Persaud
For many women, the demands of a career often come alongside the demands of a family. Organizing one’s life typically means a combination of planning for that big meeting or business trip while also making sure you make the PTA meeting, help the kids with their homework, and pick up groceries.

Review: Slingbox M1 sticks to basic TV place-shifting

By Ted Kritsonis

The Slingbox has been a rare case in that it has essentially offered the same core functionality and gone through few makeovers, yet has evolved enough on both the hardware and software sides to make the cost of entry more affordable with the M1.