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  Tuesday, March 12, 2013
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Between The Lines Columnist IT Age Discrimination: You're Not The Dinosaur
By Jonathan Feldman
In our discussion of IT ageism, many IT pros say they feel caught in a hiring trap. Don't wait for some big, slow and stupid organization to snap you up.

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China Hack Attacks: Play Offense Or Defense?
The Chinese government has been blamed for launching cyber-espionage APT attacks against U.S. businesses.

Google Vs. Zombies -- And Worse
Take an inside look at how Google prepares for catastrophes, from flesh-eating zombies to earthquakes.

Google Preps $7 Million "Wi-Spy" Case Settlement
Google reportedly will settle with 30 states over its controversial Street View Wi-Fi hotspot sniffing program that was undertaken by a "rogue engineer."

12 Open Educational Resources: From Khan to MIT
Higher education can now tap into an explosion of educational resources that are free to view, download and modify.

Apple Ups Security For App Store
Apple begins using secure Web pages -- HTTPS -- for all App Store communications, to protect against password theft and other potential problems.

Is Your Data Big Enough For Big Data?
Convinced you need a big data platform to manage your organization's expanding volumes of information? A traditional database may be good enough.

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Google Nexus 4 Phone Slick, But Limited
Google's flagship Nexus 4 phone is a compelling entry in a crowded marketplace. During my testing the Nexus 4 proved a reliable, capable piece of hardware. The display is great, and its size and weight make it easy to slip into a pocket. But, there are some hardware limitations that will likely deter people from buying it — the 3G only, no micro SD expansion, most notably.

10 Best Android Apps Of 2012
Check out these 10 gems that stood out from the crowd of 700,000 Android apps.

Chromebook Pixel: My First Week Living In Cloud
After forsaking all other PCs for a week to work with just a Chromebook Pixel and an iPhone, I learned a few lessons about the post-PC era.

Windows 8 Sales Stall: 3 Strategies
Microsoft appears to have a plan for revitalizing Windows 8. But will it be enough to overcome the OS's disappointing launch?

9 Must-Know Java Security Facts
More than half of all Java users are still using Java 6, which Oracle officially retired last month. Is it time for a consumer recall?

 

SLIDESHOWS
12 Open Educational Resources: From Khan to MIT
Higher education can now tap into an explosion of educational resources that are free to view, download and modify. That's disruptive to commercial textbooks, media and assessments.   View Now

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Bob Metcalfe Plans Ethernet's 40th
The 'Father of Ethernet' comes back to PARC, the scene of the crime, to talk about Ethernet's future -- including a 40th birthday bash in May.   Watch

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CES 2013: It's A Wrap!
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