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In exchange for information about sensitive information, such as identifying network vulnerabilities or attacks, the government will share this benchmarking data that's given to it anonymously with any other utility that participates in the information-sharing.
San Francisco tops the Modis list, followed by McLean, Va., Boston, St. Louis and Toronto, and the roles that companies in these cities are fighting to fill include data scientist, data analyst, business intelligence professional and data modeling/data modeler.
The MPAA praises the move to demote in search results sites accused of copyright infringement, while some advocates of Internet freedom pan the move or have a lukewarm response.
Analysis: Everybody calls Microsoft a software company, but of course Microsoft makes hardware, too.
The Nexus 3500 will reportedly feature 250 nanosecond port-to-port latency and integrated network address translation.
Would-be author undeterred, vows to try again.
When assigning search result rankings, Google will now take reports of copyright violation into account.
The next Windows needs something memorable or catchy that can help Microsoft's new design aesthetic to outlive its legacy.
Curiosity sends back its first color 360-degree panorama of its surrounding Martian landscape.
UPDATE: The $22.5 million civil penalty is the largest ever secured by the Federal Trade Commission for a violation of one of its orders.
Picture doing a remote software upgrade. Now picture doing it when the machine you're upgrading is a robotic rover sitting 350 million miles away, on the surface of the planet Mars.
Former President Bill Clinton will speak at December's Dell World event in Austin, Texas, Dell announced.