Employers are paying higher premiums for IT skills that don't come with a piece of paper, though hands-on experience remains a big draw.
A Modis survey finds that Americans value geeks for the smarts and tech savvy but still view them as socially awkward
The world's first easy-to-use crimeware kit signals cyber criminals' growing interest in targeting Apple with malware
WordPress maker Automattic reveals that hackers may have made off with sensitive bits of source code
Facebook is forcing developers to use lesser-known ad providers, a move developers say will be costly to them and to users
Hacktivists continue to demonstrate their ability to bend or break rules for the subjective greater good, but should they be embraced?
Imagine you're a law-abiding small business owner. You show up to find your shop door locked, with a sign saying the government has seized your business due to child pornography.
Homeland Security overshoots as it takes down popular mooo.com domain alongside child porn sites
Shipping more than twice as many iPads as Mac laptops last quarter, Apple crushes rivals in mobile PC sales.
Pressure from rivals and allure of developing world may drive Apple to gamble its rep on a lower-end smartphone.
Comparing stolen login credentials for two different sites, researcher discovers password reuse rate as high as 50 percent
AMD may be in a better position against Intel, but the real fight is against the mobile chip leaders
Company should let customers have the best possible user experience on their high-priced iDevices
From scent-replication devices to miniature candy, CES had its share of unexpected announcements.
Articles by Ted Samson