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

How to Fight Back Against Oil Price Hikes and Limit Heating Costs

How to Fight Back Against Oil Price Hikes and Limit Heating Costs

As if freezing every time you walks outside isn't pain enough, the recent frigid weather is causing heating oil prices to jump. But homeowners can fight back.

Microsoft's Big Marketing Push for Surface Tablet Is Starting to Pay Off

Microsoft's Big Marketing Push for Surface Tablet Is Starting to Pay Off

Microsoft's big-budget marketing campaign supporting its Surface tablets may cost millions, but an analyst says it has helped the company gain some share.

Corporate America Looks to Custom Software for IT Upgrades: Survey

Corporate America Looks to Custom Software for IT Upgrades: Survey

Off-the-shelf software is no longer capable of handling today's corporate technology demands. Instead, IT decision makers are leaning toward custom-built software.

So You Lost Your Job: How to Be Calm and Get Ready to Move on

So You Lost Your Job: How to Be Calm and Get Ready to Move on

Jumping into finding a new job in the immediate aftermath of being downsized is a mistake that could delay finding a new position. Time and context are needed first.

Why GrubHub and Delivery.com Are Hungry for New Growth Oportunities

Why GrubHub and Delivery.com Are Hungry for New Growth Oportunities

Delivery.com and GrubHub believe expanding outside urban centers, adding new restaurants to the world of online ordering and offering different products and services will help keep the companies healthy.

Zynga's Turnaround at Risk if the Company Doesn't Pick Up the Pace

Zynga's Turnaround at Risk if the Company Doesn't Pick Up the Pace

The company is trying to become a "mobile-first" gaming company, but analysts warn of missteps.

Cyber Criminals Opting for Phishing Scams, Trojans and Stealing Mail to Get at Your Tax Return

Cyber Criminals Opting for Phishing Scams, Trojans and Stealing Mail to Get at Your Tax Return

Cyber criminals have created a small arsenal of tools to help separate people from their tax returns, but there are ways to keep your data safe.

TurboTax Shuts Down State Tax Return e-Files Amid Fraud Issues

TurboTax Shuts Down State Tax Return e-Files Amid Fraud Issues

Intuit has stopped e-filing state returns as it investigates a possible breach that has criminals filing fake returns under TurboTax customer names.

From Loading Trucks To The Front Office, Retail Jobs Have More to Offer Than Meets the Eye

From Loading Trucks To The Front Office, Retail Jobs Have More to Offer Than Meets the Eye

On the surface an entry-level job at a major retailer may appear to be a dead end, but many offer a path to managerial or higher positions.

High Tech Solutions to Your Super Bowl Problems From 4K TV to Instant Beer Coolers

High Tech Solutions to Your Super Bowl Problems From 4K TV to Instant Beer Coolers

Be fully prepared to watch the Seahawks and Patriots square off at your Super Bowl party with these high tech gadgets.