As debit, pre-charged, and credit card transactions become more and more ubiquitous, it's worth exploring the question: what would a cashless society technologically look like?
These tools help project managers create start-to-finish platforms that project participants can use to share information, documents, and task assignments easily.
Are mobile apps that use your location to offer services truly useful to businesses?
Virtual machines are the best way to accommodate different application needs in a datacenter environment, but what about the desktop?
Is Nokia already seeing the signs of a troubled future with Microsoft?
Analysis: New research seems to point to Google infringement of Java code, but the evidence is also refuted.
Analysis: Oracle's suit against Google alleging Java patent infringements was predictable and promises more suits to come.
The Supreme Court rules that business methods, including software, are not excludable from patents.
It's not the end of the world that Docs provides a ruler. But it's a bit irksome, because it feels like this is just Yet Another Attempt to Be Like Word.
Some highly visible projects have switched from Firefox to Chromium. Is a coup taking place?
Google has a lot more data on us than Facebook, but there's nary a fuss.
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