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Singapore's business-focused fundamentals and geographic access are drawing global tech companies to its shores, but lack of talent and high costs may curb future takers.
Techies in the Brazilian state can't agree with employers around payrise and benefits; employers cannot fire or deduct pay from those involved in the action
The Facebook-WhatsApp merger is just the beginning of some major (and sometimes just plain crazy) deals in the tech world coming in 2014.
Australian directory and advertising business Sensis is moving to cut 800 jobs as part of a restructure into a digital business.
PC maker Dell is keen to focus its future on enterprise, but is restructuring first by laying off employees in other departments as part of its 'voluntary separation program'.
NBN Co has lost another head of construction, with Richard Thorpe's departure announced yesterday.
The Peoplebank Salary Survey shows the healthcare and education sectors are fuelling growth in IT employment.
National ICT Australia has narrowed down the number of jobs set to go from its Victoria Lab, while denying that projects have been abandoned or suspended.
Following Victorian government cuts to NICTA's funding, a number of jobs have been axed from the research organisation's Victorian labs.
Amid reports of departments reducing the number of IT apprenticeships it is taking on, the Department of Finance has said that the Australian government IT graduate program has not been affected by a public sector hiring freeze.
Everything on LinkedIn's Q4 earnings report was in tip-top shape -- except the outlook.
Australian government CIO Glenn Archer has left the role after just over 12 months.
IT professionals want a share of employers' profits and other benefits; employers try to bargain
An older generation of IT workers who starred in India's last, great IT boom is the latest obstacle in a series of grim prognostications for recent Indian tech graduates.
Rajul Garg and Dinesh Singh have devised a cost-effective solution for the beleaguered Indian techie.