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Which Do You Value More: Money or Time?

Which Do You Value More: Money or Time?

Entrepreneurs can seem to be all about the money. But a new study says small business owners may be craving something else more: free time. As business owners struggle to keep their companies afloat in the down economy, more of them are burning out, according to...

Survey: Small Businesses Spending to Expand

Survey: Small Businesses Spending to Expand

About half of small business owners now prefer to invest in their business to gain advantage over competitors, according to the second annual “Brother Small Business Survey” released Tuesday. That’s a nearly 11 percent increase from last year’s survey by Brother...

Study: Third of Americans Would Give Up Sex to Keep Remote Control

Study: Third of Americans Would Give Up Sex to Keep Remote Control

The remote control is one of those household gadgets that you don't truly appreciate until it's gone, but let's try to imagine that you were at risk of losing it for a moment. What would you be willing to do to keep your remote control? Would you give up sex for a...

36% of Americans Would Rather Give Up Sex Than Their Remote

36% of Americans Would Rather Give Up Sex Than Their Remote

Logitech's new study on trends in remote control usage reveals a depressing, if not shocking, conclusion: Romance loses out to the clicker for a notable percentage of Americans. The peripherals company has strategically leaked a few results from the report, Global...

40% Would Trust One With Their House Keys Over WiFi Password

40% Would Trust One With Their House Keys Over WiFi Password

How can you tell if someone's really your friend in today's connected world? Here's a hint: You know their Wi-Fi password. At least, that's according to new statistics from Wakefield Research and the Wi-Fi Alliance. In the survey, which polled 1,054 people between...

32% Admit Mooching Neighbor’s Wi-Fi | Wakefield Research

32% Admit Mooching Neighbor’s Wi-Fi | Wakefield Research

It's the digital equivalent of mooching a cup of sugar, only without asking. Some 32% of respondents to a recent national survey admitted borrowing a neighbor's unencrypted Wi-Fi connection. That's nearly double the 18% who said they borrowed Wi-Fi in a 2008 poll....

Survey: 32% of Americans Admit to Wi-Fi Theft

Survey: 32% of Americans Admit to Wi-Fi Theft

A nation of Wi-Fi moochers? If this keeps up, that might be the proper description. According to a trade group's most recent survey, 32 percent of respondents admitted trying to use a Wi-Fi network that wasn't theirs - that's up 18 percent from a December 2008 poll....

More People Grabbing Wi-Fi from Their Neighbors | Wakefield

More People Grabbing Wi-Fi from Their Neighbors | Wakefield

More people are trying to tap into unsecure but easily available Wi-Fi networks around them, according to the results of a poll from the Wi-Fi Alliance. Conducted by Wakefield Research in conjunction with the Wi-Fi Alliance, the results out this week found that 32...

32% Admit Mooching Neighbor’s Wi-Fi | Wakefield Research

More and More Americans Borrow Neighbor’s Wi-Fi Connection

Borrowing your neighbor's unencrypted Wi-Fi connection has become a common practice in American society. In a recent Wakefield Research poll, commissioned by the Wi-Fi Alliance, 32 percent of respondents admitted to tapping into a Wi-Fi network that wasn't theirs – up...

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