When is your data not your data? When it's in the cloud

March 07, 2013
With Verizon's aid, police arrest a man for storing illegal porn in the cloud, which raises questions about how much privacy cloud users can expect
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The new bill to boost H-1B visas is based on a lie

February 28, 2013
There's no brain drain, no salary explosion, and no critical shortage of skilled IT workers. A higher cap is not the answer
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Nowhere to hide: Video location tech has arrived

February 21, 2013
New technologies are turning Web videos and photos into tools that will destroy your privacy
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Save Silicon Valley -- abolish patents now

February 14, 2013
Despite attempts at reform, the patent system is such a mess that the only way to save it is to destroy it
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Feds' plans for better Wi-Fi have carriers seeing red

February 07, 2013
Rumors of fast, free, nationwide Wi-Fi have been debunked, but the feds are trying to improve Wi-Fi -- and carriers don't like it
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IT certifications no longer sure path to premium pay

January 31, 2013
Pay hikes from IT certifications hit an all-time low -- you're better off knowing your way around big data and the cloud
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Java scam: How Oracle and Ask profit from sneaky add-ons

January 24, 2013
Every time users update Java, traps in the program try to trick them into installing useless toolbars and add-ons
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To keep Dell afloat, going private isn't enough

January 17, 2013
The struggling Dell needs the kind of major surgery that short-term thinkers on Wall Street won't tolerate
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Break up HP -- it's the only way to save it

January 10, 2013
The time is right to split up Hewlett-Packard. The company can't survive in its current state
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Microsoft's aching Windows 8 hangover

January 03, 2013
If Microsoft was looking for relief from the Windows 8 headache, it didn't get it from the holiday sales figures
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