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CIOs still don't get open source

CIOs are clueless about open source in 2016? So it appears, according to a fresh Forrester report

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Apple reports first drop in iPhone shipments

For the first time since it launched, shipments of the iPhone dropped year-on-year and pushed Apple revenue and profit down.

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Software audits: How high tech plays hardball

'Truing up' licenses amounts to billions of dollars in revenue for the major software makers. Here's where the money goes -- and how it's extracted

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Get the tech insight you need from InfoWorld's new digital library

PDF Deep Dives and Digital Spotlights are now available for purchase, as well as through Insider program membership

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Solar Impulse 2 arrives in California

The solar-powered Solar Impulse 2 aircraft arrived in Silicon Valley late Saturday night. It was the ninth leg on its trip around the world.

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Google and Microsoft agree to end regulatory battles

Microsoft had been a leading voice calling for antitrust investigations of Google

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A new AMD licensing deal could create more x86 rivals for Intel

AMD is licensing its server chip technology to a Chinese joint venture and may later license its PC chip designs

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Solar plane is heading for Silicon Valley

The remarkable Solar Impulse 2 aircraft has resumed its round-the-world flight attempt and took off from Hawaii on Thursday for Silicon Valley.

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Microsoft ends Xbox 360 production

Microsoft is ending production of the Xbox 360 games console after 10 years, but owners will continue to enjoy online services and thousands of games.

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APIs abound, but challenges remain

Most organizations use APIs to build mobile and Web applications, integrate back-office systems, enable third-party developers, and incorporate third-party services. But IT departments face many challenges, ranging from infrastructure...

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Intel axes 12,000 jobs as it looks to break away from PCs

The company looks to diversify from PCs into the growth areas of IoT and servers

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Millennials force CIOs to rethink tech, training processes

Millennials are pressuring companies to implement new training processes to acclimate these younger employees to new technologies

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NoSQL chips away at Oracle, IBM, and Microsoft dominance

MongoDB, Cassandra, Basho, Couchbase, and MarkLogic are quietly insinuating themselves into enterprise data centers and cloud deployments

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Fight, Microsoft, fight: Save our civil liberties

It's an all-out war with the feds over safeguarding our personal freedoms, a cause that Microsoft has actively joined Apple on

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U.S. gets 236,000 H-1B petitions, a new record

On-going demand for visas won't change the well-worn debate over the program

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The rhetoric and reality of IT decision making

When it comes to deciding on vendor relationships, you have to assume you're being sold to by everyone and not rely any any single voice

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Slow growth ahead for IT spending, Gartner says

Global spending on tech will be more or less flat this year and not much better through 2020

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Q&A: Meg Whitman explains what HP Enterprise is all about

HP Enterprise's CEO discusses her firm's R&D strategy and how it differentiates itself from other IT vendors

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