From Apple’s iMac to HP’s brand new Omni PC, there’s a great deal going for the all-in-ones. So what exactly is making me change my tune?
Articles by Expert Andrew Froehlich
Think the idea of turning off after-hours email is a completely crazy idea? You must run — or work for — a small business.
After years of paying for expensive mobile-service plans, I recently discovered that prepaid mobile service can be a much better option. Here’s why.
Banks want to use social-network data to assess credit risk. That means you had better be extra careful about whom you choose as your online “friends.”
ISPs are overselling the need for speed and obscuring the real problem: data-cap limits that can drive up the cost of a company’s monthly broadband bill.
The new Twitter includes many interface changes as well as new features. One of the most important will be the ability to create a “Brand Page.”
Nearly five years ago, I joined LInkedIn because it was a social networking site geared towards professionals. Today, it just feels like a glorified job board.
Several Microsoft rumor mill sites have reported that Microsoft is getting ready to release a public beta for its next big release of the Office software suite.
Many businesses let employees set up “official” accounts. When the employee moves on, the account — and your followers — just might move with them.
Flash is clearly on its way out as a Web standard. Here’s why HTML 5 is the future, and how it can benefit your company’s online strategy.