Doug Olenick

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

Apple's Expected Music Streaming Service Could Find Its Match in Pandora

Apple's Expected Music Streaming Service Could Find Its Match in Pandora

Apple's well-deserved reputation to come into a new category and blow out the established players could come to an end if it attempts to take on Pandora's music streaming service.

The Best Choices to Keep Your Mechanic Honest and Repair Costs Down

The Best Choices to Keep Your Mechanic Honest and Repair Costs Down

The next time your car breaks down arm yourself with a few basic tools before finding the right shop to do the job.

Is Silicon Valley Actually Too Big to Fail? Depends On Who You Ask

Is Silicon Valley Actually Too Big to Fail? Depends On Who You Ask

Logic suggests that a company with hundreds of millions in the bank can't fail, but there's no guarantee.

The Best Improvement Projects to Increase Your Home's Value

The Best Improvement Projects to Increase Your Home's Value

Home improvement projects not only bring a great deal of joy to the owner, but help boost a house's resale value enabling the owner to recoup most of their investment.

4 Free Smartphone Apps That Will Help You Beat Rising Gas Prices

4 Free Smartphone Apps That Will Help You Beat Rising Gas Prices

Gas prices rose throughout February and there is still cause for concern, so maybe it's time to fire up an app that looks for bargains for you.

Temp Work Gains Popularity With Job Hunters Seeking a Better Work-Life Balance, More Flexibility

Temp Work Gains Popularity With Job Hunters Seeking a Better Work-Life Balance, More Flexibility

Job hunters no longer have to subject themselves to a lifetime of trudging into an office, but can instead opt for a better work-life balance through temp and contract work.

Don't Be Like Hillary: Tips to Make Sure Your Email is Safe and Sound

Don't Be Like Hillary: Tips to Make Sure Your Email is Safe and Sound

Hillary Clinton may be in some hot water over her government emails, but there are a few quick and simply methods to keeping your private email safe and secure.

S6, S6 Edge Smartphones Could Help Samsung in Its Battle With Apple

S6, S6 Edge Smartphones Could Help Samsung in Its Battle With Apple

Apple displaced Samsung as the worldwide smartphone leader, but the Korean company is fighting back with the release of two new models this week.

How Target and Wal-Mart Are Going After Amazon With Better Shipping Deals

How Target and Wal-Mart Are Going After Amazon With Better Shipping Deals

The two retail giants are improving their shipping offers in a bid to better compete with their Internet nemesis.

What Gogo's New Deal With Delta Means for the Future of Inflight Wi-Fi

What Gogo's New Deal With Delta Means for the Future of Inflight Wi-Fi

Delta Air Lines today said it will install a next-generation Wi-Fi system from Gogo on more than 250 planes to improve and expand its passengers' in-flight Internet experience.