The local mom-and-pop cafe that serves open, anonymous Wi-Fi access along with coffee and muffins may soon be on the front lines of a war in Congress over privacy.
President Barack Obama applauded Intel for its plans to invest $7 billion to revamp chip factories in the U.S.
Proposal introduced as an amendment to the massive, $800 billion-plus federal stimulus bill.
Should visa holders be laid off before U.S. citizens are?
IBM CEO and Chairman Sam Palmisano and other business leaders give plan a hearty thumbs-up.
Microblog account name is changed, and bio now indicates that the account is "unaffiliated with the white house."
Health care IT is set to get a financial shot in the arm, but "job math" may be fuzzy.
Recession knocks down overall payments to CIOs -- but not everyone is feeling the pinch.
The U.S. government's economic stimulus plans may actually boost prospects for information technology employment.
Outsourcing firms warn of possible H-1B visa cutbacks.
The U.S. risks lowering its standard of living by letting the best research labs move overseas, a Congressman warns.
Many states hope the federal government will help rebuild legacy systems as part of the economic stimulus and infrastructure projects.
SEC filings show H-1B needs could be hurt by uncertain political climate.
Pledging to "renew our information superhighway," President-elect Barack Obama this month offered a broad outline of an economic stimulus plan that will likely include increased spending on broadband access.