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.
When Frank Sinatra sang 'If I can make it there, I'll make it anywhere' about New York, he wasn't singing about startup tech businesses.
The PC's evolution has stalled Otellini suggests, but the ultrabook will pick up the job.
E-commerce, mobile computing, tablets and other emerging channels have become so important to Best Buy that the company is rebuilding internal IT resources.
The top 10 petitions on the White House website includes a request to end software patents -- but lags a bid to legalize marijuana.
Google's share of the enterprise email market currently "hovers" at around 1%, but it will reach 10% within a few years, research firm Gartner predicts.
In 2001, VMware delivered its first virtualization products for x86 servers, setting off what has become one of today's biggest tech trends. But the benefits of...
The National Museum of American History's 9/11 display includes a variety of tech gadgets that played a role on the day of the attack.
After rising tensions over a number of issues, including increased offshoring, laid-off IT workers file suit.
Articles by Patrick Thibodeau