Many of the services announced at the TechCrunch Disrupt event in San Francisco are designed to help small businesses. Here are some of the highlights.
Along with HP's new line of printers comes 3D object scanning and enhanced Web-based printing services.
Why mess with pricey merchant-services plans? These two options let you plug a simple scanner into your smartphone to accept credit card payments from customers.
Shortly after its death, the HP TouchPad tablet gets Microsoft Office document editing with Quickoffice. Does that make it business-ready now?
If you use Google's Chrome browser (or a Chromebook), check out these great document creation, collaboration, and management tools.
These accessories, chargers, hotspots, and cases will make business travel easier, more productive, and more fun.
QR codes are easy to generate and provide a great way to convey information directly from the real world to the digital world.
Touch may be a great way to navigate a tablet, but nothing writes like a pen. Here’s how to turn any tablet into a digital notepad.
Whether you’re on the course to close a deal with a new client or you're just going for some downtime, these gadgets will keep you on top of your game.
The Cisco Cius is not just another 7-inch Android tablet, but a powerful communication tool targeting businesses.
Join us for a closer look at how these two cloud-based office suites compare.
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Articles by Michelle Mastin