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.
Verizon, AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile are pulling out all the stops to attract subscribers from each other, but instead of proving profitable the moves are scaring away investors.
Lockheed Martin, Honeywell and a slew of other aerospace companies involved in building NASA's Orion spacecraft are poised to cash in after a successful test flight today.
Taser CEO Rick Smith sees a potential windfall for his company and the body camera industry if Obama's plan to spend $75 million on cameras for local police is approved.
Symphony Teleca and Intel want a car's data to not only save the owner money, but become a revenue stream for car dealers and manufacturers.
Several well-known sports and clothing brands are positioned to take advantage of the expected explosion in technology-enabled clothing.
Hewlett-Packard spiffed up its offerings for corporate executives looking to show off a prestige-level laptop with the new EliteBook Folio 1020 G1. Here's a look.
With an anticipated 25 million people flying and another 45 million hitting the road this week, you have to arm your smartphone with the right tools.
Observers said tablets and smartphones would kill the laptop computer, but cheap Chromebooks proved them wrong.
3D printers are riding a wave of media hype and consumer awareness, but these important steps need to be taken before these devices become a mainstream product.
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