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Totally Wired: Book review

The dotcom boom and subsequent bust is entering the annals of history. This is an entertaining, if discursive, account of one former luminary's rise and fall.

November 9, 2012 by Mary Branscombe


Automate This: Book review

Algorithms may threaten the jobs of mid-level employees in many industries, but on the upside, says Christopher Steiner, smart engineers may be inspired to work on more important problems.

October 8, 2012 by Wendy M Grossman


Practical Malware Analysis: Book review

This comprehensive, practical and well-written book helps you understand how malware works, so you can keep your Windows PCs, servers and associated systems free from infection.

August 29, 2012 by Mary Branscombe

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Book review: What Would Steve Jobs Do?

This book is neither a biography of Steve Jobs nor a history of Apple. Instead, it attempts to distill the Apple co-founder's work into some fairly basic business advice.

August 20, 2012 by Wendy M Grossman

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The Apple Revolution: Book review

A company with Apple's current level of profitability seems more like the establishment than the counterculture, no matter how many "Think different" adverts praising "the crazy ones" you've seen. This book charts the company's progress from garage to boardroom.

August 15, 2012 by Mary Branscombe