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Adam is a writer at Tech.co and has worked as a tech writer, blogger and copy editor for the last decade. He's also a Forbes Contributor on the publishing industry (and Digital Book World 2018 award finalist) and has appeared in publications including Popular Mechanics and IDG Connect. When not glued to TechMeme, he loves obsessing over 1970s sci-fi art.

 

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POS Systems

10 Best Retail POS Systems

A POS system is not only an essential part of running any successful store in today's world, but it's almost the only system business owners need. Here's our overview of which ten retail POS systems are worth considering.

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Square POS Review 2019

As one of the largest POS vendors, Square delivers a well-constructed, well-tested service. Its raft of features and data analytics options should be more than enough for most businesses. It also comes with a unique price plan. Review and compare POS systems with Tech.co

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Best CRM For Small Business

Not only is the CRM software market competitive, with over a half dozen top-quality options available, but the array of features and add-on integrations can be confusing. Each CRM is different, with unique functions and potential extra costs. Which is best? We're glad you asked.

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Study: 73% of Smart Tech Predictions Are Now Reality

Thanks to a big meta-analysis of tech predictions from the past 31 years, we now know exactly how likely our predictions are to come true, and honestly, it's a little higher than I would have thought: 73% of smart tech predictions from the last three decades have become reality.

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ShopKeep POS Review 2019

ShopKeep's iPad POS software is aimed at two biggest POS-reliant industries: Retail and restaurants. The vendor also sells hardware options for businesses in need of more than just iPads, from barcode scanners to receipt printers. But are the features worth the price?

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Lime Scooters Being Hacked in Australia

Pranksters in Brisbane, Australia, have hacked the audio files on rentable scooters owned by transportation startup Lime, leading to them spouting unsavoury messages to the public. It's far from the only issue e-scooters and bikes have faced around the globe in recent months.

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Court Rules Elon Musk Needs a Lawyer to Approve His Tweets

Elon Musk's tweets will soon all be lawyer-approved: According to a new court filing, the millionaire CEO has reached an agreement with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) to have a Tesla lawyer vet all of his Twitter musings on the subjects of Tesla’s finances.

CRM Software

amoCRM Review

The San Francisco-based amoCRM offers a CRM software service that delivers the basics of CRM — a streamlined deal-closing pipeline — while offering a API that allows third-party widgets to fill in any unique needs a business may have. Does it live up to the promise?

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Study: 17% of Tech Workers Are High on the Job

Nearly 17 percent of tech workers admit to being under the influence of marijuana while at work at some point in their careers, according to a new study. Not only that, but the number is on the rise. Read on for more details, and an explanation for why it's happening.

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TouchBistro POS Review 2019

Founded in Toronto in 2010, TouchBistro has rapidly expanded beyond the city to take over the entire restaurant POS industry, and for good reason. Find out why TouchBistro could be the perfect software for your restaurant or cafe in our 2019 review, plus get a custom price quote.

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TikTok Banned from App Stores in India Following Court Order

Google and Apple have dropped the Chinese social video app TikTok from their app stores in the country of India, following a ban enacted by an Indian state court.The app, which lets users share quick videos soundtracked to music, has 500 million users, and 40% live in India.