Government agencies struggle to compete against Silicon Valley’s lavish perks and higher paychecks.
Microsoft online tool Telepathwords tries to make passwords unpredictable by guessing the next letter before you type it.
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As warnings on XP become more strident, Microsoft quits selling retail versions of Windows 7, moving old OSes one step closer to obsolescence.
In an interview with MSNBC, the President also alluded to the agency’s “aggressive” activities overseas.
Why is a cloud IDE so appealing? Some folks just want to dive into app creation without all the intricacies of workspace setup.
Reactive captures the meaning of the underlying data, while enforcing consistency.
Researchers have poked some holes in Apple’s iOS security.
After years of slow growth, the city’s tech scene is finally gaining momentum.
COO Sheryl Sandberg’s book has spurred discussion about women in the workplace, and inspired many to organize groups and tackle their challenges.
Hacking drones could become a threat to mass-market adoption of UAVs.
The financial giant places the e-currency’s “maximum market capitalization” at $1,300.
A few key obstacles keep this (relatively) new method of communication from becoming mainstream.
Pivotal and Capgemini want companies to bring data into a single “pool” for easier analysis. But that also comes with some risks.
Microsoft’s initiative to make its software more transparent probably won’t silence claims that it’s been compromised by government snoops.
The agency uses all that data to establish relationships between targeted individuals and previously unknown associates.
Handheld 3D imaging could turn vacation snaps and crime-scene photos into virtual worlds to be explored in detail at will.
The average cost-per-minute of datacenter downtime has gone up 41 percent since 2010, Ponemon study shows.
With auto production jobs on the decline, the car capital sees involvement with connected-vehicle research as an important step towards its future.
Educators aren’t waiting for the Hour of Code to start bringing computer science lessons into their classrooms.
Valve touts the move as a sizable investment in the advancement of Linux gaming.
The biggest question is how Google will ultimately use robotics to improve its bottom line.
Google’s IaaS offering faces a tough road if it wants to fight toe-to-toe against Amazon Web Services.