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The role shows up on a new "top 10 overpaid jobs" list. Joy.
Last week, the U.S. Treasury announced that standard banking rules aimed at suspicious dollar transfers will be applied to online currencies like Bitcoins.
If you want a smartphone that you can crack open and take a peek inside — and possibly swap the battery out when the old one gets flat — then the BlackBerry Z10 is the handset for you.
Associated Surgeons and Physicians LLC in Indiana went from zero to 100 percent virtualized infrastructure, and, as a result, met many compliance and efficiency goals.
One of the best-known Android developers is leaving Samsung for a new, as yet unknown project.
Is DevOps about the delivery pipeline or is collaboration the key? The answer often depends on the companies that make a commitment to it.
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Now more than ever, the search infrastructures behind social networks are getting smarter (and more competitive).
It won't happen again. Honest.
UPDATED: Could Yahoo fill the void for some left by the closure of Google Reader? Perhaps -- at least from a mobile perspective -- with a new acquisition.
Google has launched its Global Impact Challenge in the UK in a bid to find new technologies that could transform people's lives.
Microsoft is starting to roll out major updates to its Mail, Calendar and People apps for Windows 8 and Windows RT. What other updates are coming and when?
The half-baked communication apps in Windows 8 and RT have been an object of derision since the OS was released nearly six months ago. A new update promises improvements in performance, reliability, and usability. But temper your expectations.
HTC plans to be more aggressive as it tries to rise up and punch Samsung in the nose. Even if HTC falters, the moves are welcome to keep Android ecosystem competition rolling.
Just when it looked like the biofuels industry was starting to make some progress, one of its own has withdrawn its IPO due to difficult market conditions.
Cisco is also a SolveDirect customer. SolveDirect will be lumped into Cisco Services.
The competition is heating up over which investors will acquire the U.S. technology company. Is it worth the attention? A look at the proposals.