Silicon Valley's 'meritocracy' hides a discriminatory streak

January 16, 2014
The latest evidence: Oracle is sued by a sales manager who says he was fired for refusing to pay less to IT workers from India
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How two cities brought fiber to the home when the carriers couldn't

January 09, 2014
Think government can't provide cheap, efficient, high-speed connectivity? Two very different locales show it can
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Better angels: 7 tech tycoons who gave very, very generously

December 26, 2013
Not all of tech's nouveau riches are selfish bozos -- some have donated hundreds of millions to research in medical science, hospitals, and universities
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The brewing iPhone war: It's Apple vs. the carriers

December 19, 2013
Ma Bell and the Cupertino Colossus are prepping for a bloody fight over iPhone prices and subsidies -- it won't be pretty
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The Internet of things will not arrive in 2014

December 12, 2013
Security, power, and network management are a few issues that mean 2014 will not be the year of the Internet of things
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Stupid tech: From the iPotty to delivery drones

December 05, 2013
Our fascination with digital junk encourages bozos to toss stupid and sometimes dangerous products into the marketplace
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Tech's top turkeys: 5 fowl execs get plucked

November 27, 2013
Yahoo's Marissa Mayer, Adobe's Brad Arkin, Microsoft's Steve Ballmer, and two more have made life miserable for IT workers and users alike
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Good news, job seekers: IT certifications are hot again

November 21, 2013
The torrid pace of job growth in IT may (or may not) be slowing. But employers are definitely paying more for the right skills
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Shocker: Women outnumber men in this year's tech hires

November 14, 2013
Women's tech employment has hovered at around 30 percent, but that number jumped to 60 percent this year
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Bill Gates: The true world-changer in selfish Silicon Valley

November 07, 2013
The tech industry talks big about fixing societal ills, but few are engaging -- much less supporting -- the outside world
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