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Peer-to-peer collaboration is gaining ground and changing the economics of the future, but there are questions to answer and obstacles to overcome.
Selling a home can be painful, but Opendoor is hoping to streamline the process. All it takes is a few clicks on a website and Opendoor will send you an offer.
Bitcoin continues to gain popularity as a digital currency, but what businesses actually accept them? Here are 10 prominent online and brick-and-mortar retailers.
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A road warrior IT consultant recommends applying the same troubleshooting skills to your car emergency that you would employ when confronting a downed server.
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Steve Ranger's Notebook: Retailers need to relearn the art of shopping - and so do we...
Some dads can't wait to try the latest hi-tech gadgets. Then there are the other dads. The ones who say, 'I see no reason to part with my rotary phone. It does everything I need it...
Choosing the worst tech disgraces of the past 10 years isn't easy, but CNET News recently took a crack at it. The incidents that made the cut involve sexual harassment, stripper-cr...
When you can't find a job, it's easy to believe there are sinister forces at work. But, as veteran IT recruiter Tim Heard explains, things are not always the way you perceive them ...