Doug Olenick is a lifelong journalist and has covered the technology sector for more than 20 years focusing primarily on the computer hardware industry.
Doug has worked for a string of magazines and Web sites including TWICE, Computer Retail Week, RealClearTechnology, in addition his work has appeared on the Huffington Post, Newsday and Care Stereo Review.
Recent Articles By The Author
Why Tablets May Not Be Dead Just Yet
Tablet sales will never regain their former glory, but a few small niche markets will help slow their decline.
Can Xbox Help to Boost Microsoft’s Business?
Microsoft has positioned itself to possibly dominate the North American console market this holiday season with a series of exclusive Xbox One games
Does Replacing a CEO Help or Hurt a Company's Stock Price?
With Twitter's CEO announcing his resignation on Thursday, it is worth a look to see if corporate boards help or hinder a company when they decide to change leadership.
Why Apple Music Will Succeed Despite Being a Me-Too Service
Apple Music has received ho-hum reviews from analysts, but the combination streaming-music and Internet-radio service will likely do well due to the installed base of iTunes users.
Buy or Lease? Your Decision Is a Few Simple Questions Away
Deciding whether to lease or buy a car may seem intimidating, but answering a few simple questions will help you make the correct decision.
Wall Street Is Expecting More Big Mergers in the Chip Space Soon
Intel, AMD and Texas Instruments are among the chip companies Wall Street and tech analysts expect to see involved in mergers and acquisition deals in the coming months.
How to Pick the Right Fitness Center for Your Wallet and Lifestyle
Summer’s nearly here, and it's past time to get serious about choosing the best gym to shed those winter pounds without lightening your wallet too much.
Google's Chromebooks Are Threatening Microsoft's Cash Cow
Google's rapid domination of the education market with its Chromebooks may set the stage for Chrome-using kids to become Chrome-using adults, which would be bad news for Microsoft Windows.
Why GoPro Thinks Content Is King
GoPro is looking to become known more for the content produced by its cameras as the company moves forward with a new video editing and sharing app.
Amazon, Google Drones Unlikely to Deliver Major Revenue Right Now
Drones may be the buzz of the retail industry, but these unmanned delivery systems are unlikely to generate additional revenue for Google or Amazon.