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5 Silicon Valley tech companies we all want to work for

Silicon Valley firms dominate a list of the companies with the best perks. Here are five top tech firms with great benefits.


Google isn't evil, says Bork's analysis of antitrust complaints

The search giant lives up to its "do no evil" creed and doesn't violate antitrust law with anticompetitive practices despite rivals' complaints, according to a report from a former judge and an economist.


Smartphones explosion sheds light on enterprise mobility evolution

Most of the new phones support 4G/LTE cellular connectivity, providing a much bigger, always available, wireless data pipe at least for those subscribers who want it.

Intel's lowered revenue projections bad sign for PC industry

It's another hit for an industry that has been repeatedly hammered by the growing popularity of small, cool tablets and several years of a slow economy.


10 Questions for Freeborders CFO Paul Machle

Freeborders provides consulting, technology and outsourcing services and products for Internet-based companies.

10 Questions for Ping Identity CTO Patrick Harding

Headquartered in Denver, the firm provides cloud identity security software and services to more than 800 of the world's largest companies, government organizations, and cloud businesses.

Samsung Says Game Not Over, Korean Analysts Predict Bounceback

In a blog post Monday, the electronics giant said it had hoped to reach a settlement with Apple.


Motorola to Cut 4000 Employees as It Focuses on High-end Devices

UPDATE: Two-thirds of the staff reduction will be outside the U.S., as the company shifts its emphasis from feature phones to focus on high-end devices.

Google to Pay $22.5 Million Fine for Safari Tracking Violations

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.

Anatomy of an Internet Death Spiral

Analysis: Be forewarned, Facebook: When tech companies screw customers, tech companies die. See Zynga and Digg for proof.