Microsoft layoffs: What the bloodbath leaves behind

July 17, 2014
The announcement that Microsoft will lay off 18,000 people in the coming year also details the removal of Android from Microsoft's mobile future
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We're living in a post-open source world

July 17, 2014
Increasingly, software isn't sold, it's used to power services offered over the Internet. So why contend with the complexities of open source licensing?
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What IBM gets out of its Apple pair-up: Mobile and iOS expertise

July 16, 2014
Pairing with Apple gives IBM a chance to find new markets for its business software and put a shiny new iOS face on all of it, too
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iOS developers poised to win big in Apple-IBM deal

July 16, 2014
Alliance gets iPads in hands of IBM-backed businesses -- and gives enterprise-ready iOS developers a big new market
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Docker welcomes Google 'validation,' but sees more work ahead

July 16, 2014
Docker recruits more big names following Google's seal of approval, but keeps an eye on next steps
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Tech unemployment stays down, and demand for consultants soars

July 16, 2014
More signs of growing worker confidence: Increase in rejected job offers and in employees quitting their jobs
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IBM goes full-bore on an Apple-based enterprise strategy

July 15, 2014
IBM gets to ride atop the 'new PC,' and Apple gets serious enterprise credibility
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Amazon cloud users can now get a piece of Nginx Plus

July 15, 2014
Amazon Web Services offers Nginx Web server and media streaming for flat subscription price for all machine types
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Google thinks global Internet security with Project Zero

July 15, 2014
Newly formed team of security researchers wants to root out security issues with popular software, not just Google's
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Microsoft hawks cheap hardware, stays mum on Windows 9

July 15, 2014
At Worldwide Partner Conference, Microsoft pushes Windows 8.1 tablets for $99, notebooks for $199, but little info on Windows 9
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