Archives: January 2013

How to kill Java dead, dead, dead

January 15, 2013
Client-side Java is an outdated technology that now does more harm than good -- and must be eliminated despite its widespread use
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IT job market recovering faster than after dot-com bubble burst

January 14, 2013
The unemployment rate among techies is half that of the overall national average, according to federal data
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Read the fine print before 'downgrading' to Windows 7

January 14, 2013
New report explains in straightforward language what you need to know to stay in compliance with Microsoft's licensing rules
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Microsoft patents tech that would silence your phone for you

January 14, 2013
New technology would automatically switch mobile devices to stealthy 'Inconspicuous Mode' based on GPS info, environmental cues
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Verizon could charge users $35 to challenge anti-piracy claims

January 11, 2013
Leak of company's 'six strikes' Copyright Alert Program reveals that suspected pirates would face temporary service slowdowns
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Why Samsung is bailing on Windows RT

January 11, 2013
Company says it doesn't want to waste money on marketing Microsoft should be doing
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Java doesn't have to be unsafe: What developers can do

January 11, 2013
Even Microsoft can help developers build more secure Java apps
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The new PC sales numbers look grim

January 11, 2013
According to IDC, worldwide PC shipments fell in 4Q 2012 at a faster rate than expected
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How to 'downgrade' to Windows 7

January 11, 2013
If you're stuck with a Windows 8 Pro PC, there's a good chance you can turn it into a fully functional Windows 7 PC with these tricks
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How to get a new PC without Windows 8

January 11, 2013
You don't have to get the awkward Windows 8 if you buy a new PC -- if you know where to look
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