An analysis of hiring suggests the average the tech salary has dipped marginally, but the reasons behind it are complex.
Facebook will pay up to $9.5 million to people that experienced Facebook's alleged discriminatory recruitment process of favouring H1-B and other temporary visa holders.
Each Australian state and territory will have their own cap arrangements for how they want to approach reopening international travel back up.
The gadget show Holiday Spectacular returns as a virtual event hawking some intriguing new devices.
Software developers are in short supply and the UK is facing a digital skills crisis. Is it time for a new approach to recruitment and hiring?
Incoming vaccinated travellers coming into New South Wales will not be required to undertake quarantine from November.
The exoskeleton market might just hit its stride in e-commerce fulfillment.
Celebrate holiday savings with these best apps, sites, and extensions.
The tech giant previously wanted Amazon staff back in the office at least three days a week, but this decision will now be decided on a team-by-team basis.
The enterprise has been pushed out to employees' homes, and therefore, onto Apple's home turf.
Remote ranked the best places in the US and abroad that make it easiest to live and work.
The company will remain a standalone organization separate from Fiverr, but Fiverr's current online learning platform -- Fiverr Learn -- will be folded into CreativeLive.
Can it be that an Apple rival is touting remote working as a utopia? It really can.
A survey finds that executives are drawing up post-pandemic work policies without employees' input, who are willing to quit if their employers don't deliver.
Government is mulling over whether to require electronic platform operators to provide information on transactions for taxation purposes.
Every night is fright night with what can happen once these scary technologies take hold in ways that you may not have imagined.
We take a look at the top tech, cybersecurity, and authentication trends as revealed today by the Duo Security's 2019 Trusted Access Report, which includes data from 24 million devices, one million apps and services, and billions of authentications.
The technology sector in the largest economy in the Southern Hemisphere is seeing a resurgence this year after a period of macroeconomic instability. We list some of Brazil's hottest startups that are on the lookout for talent.
ZDNet has compiled a list of all the internet browsers that have been based on Chromium, the open-source browser project at the heart of Google Chrome. While initially we thought we'd find 15-20 browsers, the number of Chromium-based browsers was far larger than we expected.
Park easier, travel easier, make office coffee easier -- and better.
Work, fly and breathe easier, literally, with these smart accessories
High art, high tech and green--these are workplaces that really work
Because sometimes you're in your fifth dev meeting, the beta still isn't done, and you're both tired AND hungry.
Contrary to what Mac lovers may think, Steve Jobs wasn't the most important person the tech world has ever seen
The sheer beauty of these will make you weep with envy.
An Oxford University study estimates that 47 percent of current U.S. jobs could be done by computers in as little as two decades. But not all professions are vulnerable to automation.
There are a lot of perks to working at a tech company. The cafeteria food is definitely one of them.
Whether you're quitting or being kicked out, leave it to the late Steve Jobs to say what's really on your mind
Your email sign-off says more about you than you realize.
Think your gig is safe? Maybe it is. Or maybe a replacement robot is meeting with your boss right now.
Byron Reese, author and tech entrepreneur, shares with Tonya Hall the insights of his latest book: Wasted.
Daphné Leprince-Ringuet says as AI systems take hold in the workplace, laws are failing to keep up with the pace of change -- and employees are at risk of losing out. Read more: https://zd.net/3wRf47S
Dr. Gary York, CEO of Help Lightning, explains to Tonya Hall how remote virtual software has moved from operating rooms to all sort of small businesses.
Daphné Leprince-Ringuet says economists have estimated how much remote working costs in rent and mortgages. Who should pay the bill? Read more: http://zd.net/30fKjdB
Peter Rojas, partner at Betaworks Ventures, tells Tonya Hall how video games can help you connect with your co-workers.
Louis Tetu, CEO of Coveo, talks to Tonya Hall about how Coveo's AI-based software services can help businesses navigate and consolidate their digital resources.
In a slip or off on sailing adventures, Greg Nichols shows how life aboard Macondo demands flexibility and creativity. Read more: https://zd.net/2Ky5Klx
Jason Perlow and Jason Cipriani discuss technologies you can take advantage of to secure your home network.
Salesforce's senior director of Accessibility Programs, Catherine Nichols talks with ZDNet and TechRepublic's Bill Detwiler about how the company is creating opportunities for people with disabilities and why she thinks it's important for companies to have a single person spearheading their accessibility efforts.
The Jason’s talk about Apple’s hits, Samsung’s success, and Google’s surprise. Read more: https://zd.net/3lzI3Ga
Work from home is changing everything from real estate to communications. Predictions from the front lines of our new reality.
Chris Matyszczyk tells Karen Roby that, while Redmond wants you to use Teams to reveal all your innermost feelings, a new competitor comes along with a peculiar name. Read more: https://zd.net/38bC5bs
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