Intel enters wearable tech fray at CES 2014

Intel Corp. CEO Brian Krzanich wrapped up his keynote at CES 2014 tonight, unveiling a slew of new devices in wearable tech and a tiny computer almost small enough to fit into an

Published on: January 6th, 2014 Brian Jackson

5 tech titans who should never open their mouths in public

Known for his on-stage antics, Steve Ballmer is a rather extreme example of a businessman gone wild. Perhaps he is the greatest actor known to man. Perhaps he's just crazy. Either way, this

Published on: July 19th, 2010 Joe Doherty

How to be a compelling and charismatic speaker

Given the choice between picking up a live snake or a live microphone, many of you reading this would reach for the reptile. Even the name of this new column-Center Stage-may produce a

Published on: April 3rd, 2009 Maryfran Johnson

Time-saving tools and techniques that will impress your boss

Working for a living doesn't have to mean living at work. Whether you're balancing a budget in Excel or crafting a high-powered presentation in Keynote, there are plenty of ways to save time

Published on: November 10th, 2008 Jeffery Battersby, Rik Myslewski and Kirk McElhearn

Six fabulous presentation tips for IT professionals

If anyone needs to convey complex information to get the approval of peers or higher ups, it's CIOs and the managers who report to them. Yet, before a presentation, what do you do?

Published on: August 28th, 2008 Tom Bunzel

Slideshow Showdown: PowerPoint 2008 vs. Keynote ’08

To compare Microsoft PowerPoint 2008 and Keynote '08, I used both programs to create a presentation on space exploration, starting with built-in templates and then adding some special effects.Layouts, tools While both programs

Published on: April 17th, 2008 Franklin N. Tessler