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

Finding a Bargain Amid the High-Priced Glitter at CES 2015

Finding a Bargain Amid the High-Priced Glitter at CES 2015

Looking for a 4K TV or a laptop for your child that won't break the bank? Well, plenty of these gems are at International CES 2015.

Smaller Players to Grab Larger Piece of the Tablet Pie in 2015

Smaller Players to Grab Larger Piece of the Tablet Pie in 2015

While a major shake up in the tablet market is not expected in 2015, some of the smaller players like Lenovo and Microsoft are well positioned to increase their share.

4 Ways Xbox, PlayStation Members Can Keep Their Data Safer

4 Ways Xbox, PlayStation Members Can Keep Their Data Safer

Xbox Live and PlayStation Network users were not affected by recent hacker attacks, but should take extra steps to ensure that their consoles and home networks are secure.

Let The Returns Begin: How to Send Back Gifts to Online Retailers

Let The Returns Begin: How to Send Back Gifts to Online Retailers

Amazon, Overstock.com and other online retailers try to make returns a simple matter, but for newcomers to this kind of shopping returns can be a bit of a challenge.

What U.S. Corporations Are Doing About Trading With Cuba

What U.S. Corporations Are Doing About Trading With Cuba

President Barack Obama's decision to drop the trade and travel embargo with Cuba will have little to no effect on most American companies.

How Tax Preparation Software Is Being Updated for the New Year

How Tax Preparation Software Is Being Updated for the New Year

If you're among the 40% of taxpayers who use special software to prepare your income tax returns, expect new features that aim to make the process easier.

Mobile Hacking on Increase as More Consumers Leave Their Phones Unprotected

Mobile Hacking on Increase as More Consumers Leave Their Phones Unprotected

Smartphone owners are leaving themselves vulnerable to hackers by ignoring security precautions making it easier for cyber criminals to gain access to their devices.

Vacationers Will Look for Sun and Sand in 2015: Priceline.com

Vacationers Will Look for Sun and Sand in 2015: Priceline.com

Priceline.com's annual list of top travel destinations has its customers mostly heading south to warmer climes for both domestic and international travel

Will Bitcoin Ever Really Take Off, Even With Microsoft Now Accepting It?

Will Bitcoin Ever Really Take Off, Even With Microsoft Now Accepting It?

Microsoft, Expedia and Overstock.com are dipping their toes in the bitcoin waters, but for the most part sales using the digital currency have been slow.

How to Use Retailers' Mobile Apps to Save Time and Money This Holiday Season

How to Use Retailers' Mobile Apps to Save Time and Money This Holiday Season

Shopping apps from major retailers such as Target, Walmart, and Best Buy can help make shopping easier and cheaper this year.