Archives: January 2013

Richard Stallman, unrepentant: 'Apple is your enemy'

January 08, 2013
GNU Project founder/free-software advocate sticks to his criticism of Steve Jobs, Apple's 'jails,' and software patents
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Qualcomm unveils Java-friendly 'Internet of everything' development platform

January 07, 2013
Platform leverages company's QSC6270-Turbo chip set to enable new generation of asset-tracking, building automation, and health care offerings
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Can't access Google Maps on your Windows Phone? Blame Microsoft

January 04, 2013
If Internet Explorer supported WebKit, Windows Phone users would have no trouble getting at Google Maps
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Was IT job growth strong in 2012? Depends on whether you include welders and nurses

January 04, 2013
New IT job report reveals faulty job-lumping on the part of the Bureau of Labor Statistics
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Here we go again: The Apple rumor mill cranks up

January 04, 2013
Rumors surface about new iPhones, fifth-gen Wi-Fi in upcoming Macs, and the widening rift between Apple and Samsung, this time over mobile chips
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In blocking Windows Phone access to YouTube, Google delivers rough justice

January 04, 2013
Google can't be trusted because it blocks access to APIs, says top Microsoft lawyer, ignoring 30 years of Microsoft's own mischief
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After a bad year, Java heads in the right direction

January 04, 2013
Security woes damaged app dev platform's profile in 2012, but Oracle now has it on the right track
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Gartner: Big data will help drive IT spending to $3.8 trillion in 2014

January 03, 2013
Low-priced tablets, meanwhile, will drag down revenue from PCs and other devices
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Hospitals far from immune to patient-data theft

January 03, 2013
Health care industry falls short in securing data for patients as BYOD and cloud adoption rise, security funding tumbles
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Microsoft and Google butt heads over Windows Phone access to YouTube

January 02, 2013
Redmond says Google can't be trusted to play fairly; Google argues Windows Phone users have all the YouTube access they need
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