Analysis: Another bad quarter by Hewlett-Packard could also prove bad for America, with Lenovo ready to pounce as a PC leader.
Hewlett-Packard finally gets to do business in Takoma Park, Maryland, decades after a ban inspired by a stand against U.S. nuclear weapons production.
Fast food franchises have a larger presence in many communities than next generation, high-speed gigabit networks, a fact the White House says it's attempting to address.
Analysis: The stage is set for HP to cut as many as 30,000 employees -- almost as many employees as Apple has added in the last two years.
Offshoring programming jobs still hurts the market, but new opportunities are emerging, according to U.S. Labor Department surveys and estimates.
The Heartland Institute document release shows just how effective social engineering continues to be.
The push for 'Bring Your Own device' IT support may help foster high-end thin client adoption.
The White House is following up on an offer made by President Barack Obama this week to help find a job for an unemployed semiconductor engineer in Texas.
Cuts in government support of research, education contribute to a trade deficit and slip in innovation, analysis warns.
It's a shame the tech industry never liked netbooks.
The IT job market in 2012 shows some signs of improvement when it comes to hiring, but most companies still aren't expanding.
Four U.S. lawmakers -- three Democrats and one Republican -- have teamed up to attack call center outsourcing by introducing a bill that would penalize any company that moves a call center overseas.
The U.S. government's report today that the unemployment rate is down and hiring is up showed some good news for tech workers as well.
The failure of the Congressional Super Committee to reach a deficit reduction agreement triggers automatic federal spending cuts beginning the next fiscal year, which will likely make a lot of government IT contractors nervous.