Blame China for the NSA's spying campaign on us all

Blame China for the NSA's spying campaign on us all

'@War: The Rise of the Military-Internet Complex' explores the origins of the NSA’s war on privacy -- and Silicon Valley's complicity

Meet the worst tech industry turkeys of 2014

Meet the worst tech industry turkeys of 2014

This year’s flock distinguished itself by behaving badly toward women, abusing their customers, and shipping buggy software

Privacy breaches: Bad for business, good for jobs

Privacy breaches: Bad for business, good for jobs

As major companies spend billions to shore up privacy, demand is rising for IT professionals with the right skills

How the Republican Senate will impact tech

How the Republican Senate will impact tech

Expect to see a much higher cap on H-1B visas, no progress on Net Neutrality, and a decent chance at patent reform.

Top tech salaries go to those who graduate college

Top tech salaries go to those who graduate college

Computer science and engineering majors from these schools nab top dollars after they graduate

Security jobs are hot, thanks to the Internet of things

Security jobs are hot, thanks to the Internet of things

Security certifications are soaring in value as thousands of new jobs are there for the taking

Far from Silicon Valley, a big bet on the Internet of things

Far from Silicon Valley, a big bet on the Internet of things

In Australia, a twist on grid computing paves the way to the city of the future -- and creates new opportunities for developers

VC chorus: Wild spending signals bubble trouble

VC chorus: Wild spending signals bubble trouble

Wild spending by startups and ludicrous valuations of companies with no profits threatens to stifle the tech job boom

What technology execs can still learn from Steve Jobs ... and Aristotle

What technology execs can still learn from Steve Jobs ... and Aristotle

The reality distortion field wasn’t merely clever PR: Jobs used the three tools of classic rhetoric to define the world to Apple's advantage

Tech companies: Stop wasting your talent and do this instead

Tech companies: Stop wasting your talent and do this instead

While the digerati droll over toys and services for the rich, innovation in manufacturing is creating jobs and wealth for the companies that get it

Apple needs a smarter argument to sell Apple Pay

Apple needs a smarter argument to sell Apple Pay

People will need a lot of convincing before they’ll use their smartphones to pay at retail. Security and widespread adoption -- not convenience -- will be keys

Intel aims to get inside everything, not just PCs

Intel aims to get inside everything, not just PCs

Intel's chips now power all sorts of items you probably didn't expect: beer kegs, big-rig trucks, and wireless charging

How to screw tech workers and get away with it

Tech giants get off with slap on the wrist for conspiring to keep employees from competing for better jobs

Get a job: The top 10 hottest IT skills today

The IT job market hasn't been this strong in many years. Here are the skills that will keep you ahead of the pack

Good news from HP: It could be worse

No new layoffs, no new buckets of red ink, and strong corporate PC sales show that HP may have stopped sinking

At last, Intel has mobile chips to reckon with

The smaller 'Broadwell' chips with 3D transistors will finally give Intel a leg up in its battle with ARM

The battle against stupid software patents is on

Patent trolls extort millions from developers and entrepreneurs, but help is on the way from the EFF and the Supreme Court

The myth of slower iPhones and the truth of our upgrade addiction

Apple, Samsung, and Microsoft don't build shoddy products to force upgrades -- they simply play on your deepest fears and desires

Money before innovation: Why Wall Street loves tech giants these days

No innovation? No sexy new products? Investors celebrate as six old-line companies churn out profits instead

The PC is dead? Then the Chromebook must be comatose

Microsoft haters close their eyes to any evidence that PC sales are still strong, which they are

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