The past three months have brought about some stabilization in the technology job market, and a big-picture trend of fewer job losses than in the same period last year.
Congress is considring building a bailout database where taxpayers ould track funds.
The near total dominance of Microsoft Office in the workplace may be getting a serious challenge from Google Docs, according to a new survey.
A Forrester Research survey examines which tools are the biggest help to information workers.
Analysis: Google's Dashboard doesn't really explain Tuesday's global Gmail outage.
Vendors have been moving to liquid cooling on servers to reduce heat in data centers, but now HP is extending the technology to workstations.
Job offers for IT graduates are generally down this year because of the poor economy, but that's not stopping a New York woman from suing.
Most data centers have the ambience of bomb shelters, but not one built by retailer L.L. Bean.
Job losses are increasingly inspiring people to pursue self-employment and start their own businesses.
Firms merge to build mobile voice, text translation app (See video below)
The focus for supercomputers is shifting from the biggest to the cheapest, as every entry gains power.
New Mexico's Supercomputer Gamble Draws Questions
The Internet Is Incomplete, Says Its Co-designer, Vinton Cerf
The White House will make more than 100,000 data sources available soon on its data.gov site.