As the great sci-fi novelist Robert A. Heinlein once said, "One man's theology is another man's belly laugh." It is this spirit that inspires many of the artists of the House of Linux (and by extension, the House of Open Source). They poke fun at oth...
Microsoft officially completed its <a href="http://www.pcworld.com/article/198906/microsoft_completes_rollout_of_office_2010.html">rollout of Office 2010</a> on Tuesday by releasing its new productivity suite to retail stores, and ending the Office 2...
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In a first-of-its kind lawsuit, an IT staffing firm has accused one of its former employees of violating the terms of her non-compete agreements through her conduct on LinkedIn.
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Unsure that market forces alone can do the job, PayPal is betting Singapore's government can spur the development and adoption of mobile e-commerce applications in the Southeast Asian city-state.
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