Snowden: The NSA planted backdoors in Cisco products

May 15, 2014
'No Place to Hide,' the new book by Glenn Greenwald, says the NSA eavesdrops on 20 billion communications a day -- and planted bugs in Cisco equipment headed overseas
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As Intel chases mobile to regain lost glory, AMD charts a more daring path

May 08, 2014
The No. 2 chip maker bets big on servers and game consoles, but it will stay out of the smartphone market
Processors, ARM, Intel
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Oracle's embarrassment: Dragged down by Oregon Obamacare, antitrust suit

May 01, 2014
Larry Ellison is doubly saddled this month with Oregon's bungled Obamacare website and a competitor's countersuit
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IT certs are back! Learn these hot skills and earn more

April 24, 2014
Security, big data, cloud architecture, and Hadoop are just some of the areas that will pay off for those with real expertise
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Intuit's secret campaign to block free tax filing

April 17, 2014
Intuit has launched a fake grassroots campaign to beat a proposal that would allow some taxpayers to file at no cost
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Here we go again: Outsourcers snap up H-1B visas at a record pace

April 10, 2014
The tech industry continues to push hard to raise the cap on H-1B visas to import even more lower-paid foreign workers
H-1B, IT Jobs
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In the latest Apple-Samsung battle, Apple's real target is Google

April 03, 2014
If Apple proves 'slide to lock' and other common features are its exclusive property, Android is in serious jeopardy
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The NSA's spying has in fact hurt U.S. cloud providers

March 27, 2014
Although worrying, the loss of business is not as great as analysts originally feared
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'Tim Cook, you're fired!' More dumb advice from Wall Street

March 20, 2014
Short-sighted analysts, fan boys, and reporters are blaming Cook for not being Steve Jobs, despite Apple's strong finances
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How tech giants beat H-1B visa cap: They call 'em students

March 13, 2014
A program to bring science and tech grads to the U.S. for training has been abused by companies seeking low-cost labor
H-1B, IT Jobs
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