Ron Hira, a professor at the Rochester Institute of Technology, has a few issues with my take on an H-1B visa reform bill yesterday. In a nutshell, I argued that a Senate bill trying to reform the H-1B visa program would in reality push more work offshore.
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Mozilla's move to build social networking features into its browser has spawned a series of potential ripple effects. TechCrunch's Michael Arrington notes that startup Flock could take a hit.
Best Buy and Circuit City each reported earnings and provided some color on the technology sector's health. Key takeaways: Vista demand seems fairly strong and flat-panel TV prices are crumbling.
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Notable headlines: Ryan Naraine: Microsoft fits 7 patches into .ANI emergency update.
Mitt Romney’s Republican presidential campaign has raised about $20 million so far in 2007 with the help of “com-Mitt” software for interacting (fundraising) with donors. The activity is otherwise known as CRM, customer relationship management, and salesforce.
On paper a bipartisan Senate bill to crack down on H-1B visa abuses doesn't look half bad. Why shouldn't American workers get priority for technology jobs?
Yeah, I know it's a little early to declare the DRM 'witch' to be dead but EMI and Apple may very well put the first nail in her coffin!
The Churchill Club held its "9th Annual Top Ten Tech Trends Debate" at the San Jose Fairmont last week. Four of the the top venture investors gave their predictions gave their predictions on the top tech trends emerging over the next few years.
Comscore has filed to go public and the risk factors--AJAX, many rivals, and being classified as spyware--in its prospectus make for an interesting read. Comscore, which will use the ticker "SCOR," had 2006 revenue of $66.