• April 20, 2009

    Oracle buys Sun for $7.4B

    Oracle has signed a deal to purchase Sun Microsystems for $7.4 billion, plunging the enterprise software vendor into the hardware market and making Sun the latest company to be subsumed by the Silicon Valley giant. more

  • April 1, 2009

    2009 April foolery

    Need a break from the serious news of the day? InfoWorld spoofs the tech industry's goings-on in these literally unbelievable stories.
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  • March 30, 2009

    Intel debuts Nehalem Xeon CPUs

    Intel's latest processors present the most substantial performance jump since the introduction of the Pentium Pro.
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  • March 18, 2009

    IBM in talks to buy Sun

    Nobody is in a better position than IBM to come to Sun's rescue, and while they have a lot of product overlap, IBM could still benefit from Sun's intellectual property
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  • March 17, 2009

    Apple unveils the iPhone 3.0 OS

    Apple has announced the iPhone 3.0, the new OS for its wildly popular smartphone. Find out what features and upgrades to expect in this major update -- and what it might mean for the rest of the mobile landscape.
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  • January 28, 2009

    InfoWorld Test Center's guide to browser security

    InfoWorld Test Center examines Chrome, IE, Firefox, Opera, and Safari and determines how secure they really are.
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  • January 28, 2009

    Tech advice for President Obama

    InfoWorld's experts suggest an agenda for the new administration's public and internal technology policies.
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  • January 12, 2009

    Early looks at Windows 7

    Now that Microsoft has released the beta of its forthcoming operating system, find out what it does -- and does not -- deliver, at least so far.
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  • January 5, 2009

    Macworld Expo 2009

    InfoWorld covers all the latest news and announcements of interest to business IT at the 2009 Macworld Conference and Expo, taking place in San Francisco.
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  • November 17, 2008

    2008 InfoWorld 100 Awards

    Every year, the InfoWorld 100 Awards celebrate 100 IT organizations that have implemented and integrated technologies in innovative ways in pursuit of concrete business goals. These 100 real-world projects stand as proof that striking a new path in IT can reap deep organizational rewards.
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  • November 12, 2008

    2009 IT career survival guide

    The economy is in trouble -- everywhere. Even outsourcing providers are nervous. Already under stress, IT staffers see their jobs getting more and more difficult as they must do more with less, all while wondering if they'll even keep their job. Bonuses for IT workers rose only 0.2 percent in 2008, at a time when 3 to 4 percent salary raises are the norm. But don't panic: IT is better off than many other job segments, and there are steps you can take to come out on top even in today's tough economy.
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  • November 10, 2008

    What to expect from Windows 7

    Microsoft will release its Vista successor in early 2010, but the first prerelease version is now here. InfoWorld looks at the new Windows to see where it stands out and falls short, how it compares to Vista, and what it suggests about Windows' long-term future.
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  • October 29, 2008

    Tech workers under fire

    Ever-longer hours, tethered to your phone, more pressure to do more with less, cheap competition from overseas, and now a financial meltdown -- tech workers are under duress, yet economic woes make them believe they have few options. That's not entirely true: In some fields, IT staff are in high demand and the living remains easy. But in others, workers face long stretches of unemployment, and younger workers are sometimes encouraged to move overseas to nations that have strong growth, such as China. This special report surveys the stresses and options for today's under-fire IT workers.
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