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

Beyond iPhone: Apple Needs Deeper Enterprise Ties, Strong Watch Launch

Beyond iPhone: Apple Needs Deeper Enterprise Ties, Strong Watch Launch

Apple posted monster first-quarter revenue, profit and phone shipment numbers. But moving more heavily into the B2B space could be one way to sustain growth long term.

Will Uber Give me a Ride During the Blizzard of 2015? Yes, But That Could Change

Will Uber Give me a Ride During the Blizzard of 2015? Yes, But That Could Change

Uber drivers are still out there looking to give you a ride, but get home soon.

Wanna Go to the Super Bowl? Tickets Are Available, But Won’t Be Cheap

Wanna Go to the Super Bowl? Tickets Are Available, But Won’t Be Cheap

Procrastinating Super Bowl fans with fat wallets can still fly to Glendale, Ariz., for Super Bowl XLIX and get tickets, but prices are steep and hotel rooms grow scarce.

Apple Pay, Google Wallet Making Inroads, but Consumers Still Not Buying It

Apple Pay, Google Wallet Making Inroads, but Consumers Still Not Buying It

Apple and Google have done a decent job getting some consumers to use their digital wallets, but a lot of work has to be done to help broaden acceptance.

Do Your Research to Have the Power When Buying a New Car

Do Your Research to Have the Power When Buying a New Car

The wide variety and number of car-buying apps and websites available means you never have to walk into a dealer unprepared.

Verizon, Telecoms Have Little to Fear From Google SpaceX Internet Investment

Verizon, Telecoms Have Little to Fear From Google SpaceX Internet Investment

Verizon, Sprint and the other telecommunications companies should not fear a sky filled with SpaceX satellites stealing Internet customers now, but that could change down the road.

Tips from Online Job Sites to Help the Unemployed Get Back to Work

Tips from Online Job Sites to Help the Unemployed Get Back to Work

Out of work? Online job sites are great, but there is more to finding a new job than blindly sending out resumes.

GoPro Has Little to Fear From Apple’s Camera Patent Filing

GoPro Has Little to Fear From Apple’s Camera Patent Filing

Investors punished GoPro today on the news that Apple filed a patent for a competing product, but whether Apple actually enters the category is up for debate.

Driverless Car Technology Hits the Road, but With a Human Behind the Wheel

Driverless Car Technology Hits the Road, but With a Human Behind the Wheel

Self-driving cars are not about to hit the nation's highways in any numbers, but the technology behind driverless vehicles already can be found in cars now on the road.

TurboTax Promo Offering Free Federal and State Online Filing for Simple Returns

TurboTax Promo Offering Free Federal and State Online Filing for Simple Returns

A new promotion by TurboTax could allow the 60 million Americans who use a simple tax return to file for free this year.