4 ways PHP coding is getting less painful

July 02, 2014
Users kick up performance, package management, and community relations for the popular yet widely reviled language
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Windows 8 usage declined in June while XP usage increased

July 01, 2014
Net Applications says overall use of Windows 8 declined from May to June, reversing a long-standing trend of tiny increases
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IT salaries are up this year, but not by much

July 01, 2014
Janco Associates finds salaries barely rose over the past 12 months, and workers in midsized companies enjoyed bigger raises
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Facebook's big problem: Ethical blindness

June 30, 2014
Conducting psychology experiments on users without their knowledge isn't a matter of terms of use, privacy, or security -- it's a question of decency and ethics
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New Docker-enabled Linux distro wants to rival Red Hat

June 30, 2014
Self-upgrading, subscription-based Linux distribution built around Docker containerization draws funding from backers for Puppet Labs
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How much is Hadoop worth? For Google, $80 million

June 30, 2014
With Google's $80 million, MapR gets a chance to expand, and Google can hoard the rewards
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Oops! Surface Pro 3 firmware and driver update causing sluggish Wi-Fi

June 30, 2014
If you have a new Microsoft Surface Pro 3, hold off on applying the June 19 system firmware update
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Google Dart upgrade zooms in on mobile app dev

June 30, 2014
Google's JavaScript alternative focuses on building mobile apps, with special accommodations for Android devices
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Why Google Cloud Dataflow is no Hadoop killer

June 27, 2014
Google's new data processing service may look like it's designed to lure users away from Hadoop, but its focus is more selective
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Android L first take: Developers are excited, intrigued

June 27, 2014
Comparisons between Google's new OS with its visual 'material design' concept and rival Apple's iOS are emerging
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