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Windows 8 will ship in two fewer versions than Windows 7 did, as Microsoft looks to streamline its OS offerings.
CISPA Bill: 5 Main Privacy Worries
Privacy rights groups have launched a week of protests against the House bill, warning that CISPA will weaken current wiretapping and electronic communication laws.
Nokia's Lumia 'Not Good Enough' Say Carriers
Nokia's carrier partners say the Finnish phone maker's Lumia line of smartphones can't compete against Apple's iPhone and Google's Android.
Feds Bust 'Farmer's Market' For Online Drugs
Eight people arrested on charges of running The Farmer's Market, an online bazaar offering a range of narcotics, including LSD and marijuana, to customers in 34 countries.
6 Ways To Beat IT Career Burnout
Consider this expert advice for rejuvenating your career and getting back on track.
IT, Marketing Have Tense Relationship: Deal With It
Tension between IT and the marketing department is inevitable. CIOs must lead, not make excuses, in order to help the business deliver innovative...
Oracle, Google Trial: Goliath Vs. Goliath
Oracle hopes to convince a jury that Google's Android operating system tramples its Java intellectual property rights. There's no David here, and...
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IT Salaries 2012: $90,000, 1% Raise Typical
InformationWeek's 2012 U.S. IT Salary Survey shows IT pros doing OK in a slow-growing economy, with staffers typically making $90,000 and managers $116,000. Most wanted: People who blend business analysis and IT skills.
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Anonymous 'hacktivists' aim to expose what they call government and establishment hypocrisy. Take a closer look at the group, its offshoots, and its infamous attacks.
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