Maybe you know Apple fanboys, but can you tell an Oracle high flyer from a Salesforce.com disciple? An IBMer from an SAP enthusiast? Mix them up in a work or social setting and you could be conversation roadkill.
Research report shows that tech-savvy information workers want to be connected to (yet untethered from) the office even more--often at the expense of their personal lives.
These terms seem salacious, but there's no need to wash out anyone's mouth with soap. Some very clean 'geek speak' phrases only sound naughty.
The ultimate guide to surviving the 2009 holiday season: How to visit family and reconnect with old friends and still get done all that work while out of the office.
Every office has its colorful cube-dwellers, but these cubicles may make your office mates seem tame.
Many call them rogue IT staffers, others might consider them IT heroes, and some are still innocent until proven guilty. But whatever the name or intention, these tech-savvy employees wreaked havoc at their organizations — and paid a price.
Real-World Functionality for Worthless Function Keys
The market for secondary -- or used -- PCs is increasing. But so is the potential hazard that these products pose to the environment.
Tech workers have their choice of many great U.S. cities for work and play (Atlanta, Chicago, Seattle), but what are the cities that you probably should avoid? Here's a very unscientific, highly subjective and unapologetically snarky list of our least favorite U.S. tech job locales.
It seems ludicrous that any type of information-based search would take even 38 seconds to complete.
Before smartphones, social networks, and other must-have tech, it wasn't a badge of honor to be called a geek. Here's a look back at the evolution of the nerds.
From iPod and BlackBerry to Twitter and Wikipedia, we take a look at the processes and the people that came up with the names for these famous tech products.
Analysis: What an interesting week to join the microblogging trend, in the company of Oprah and competitors for the million-tweet-army.
Gripe, gripe, gripe -- but some aspects of this industry are really getting old. Here's one list.