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The U.S Department of Labor is suing Google to obtain more detailed employee compensation data, but the Web giant says the agency's demand is too broad and would reveal personal information.
There are still plenty of opportunities for the U.S. to remain an innovation leader, but the government and private sector have to see eye-to-eye on more things.
Korea Fair Trade Commission charges that Qualcomm unfairly limited the access of competing chipset makers to its patents, among other unfair business practices.
When companies perform studies about the future of technology use in the business world, often they focus on the millennials, a generation of people currently between the ages of 21 and 35. However, there’s a new group—Generation Z—that technology designers and social scientists alike need...
Google says that sometime in 2017 it's renewable energy purchases will equal all the power it consumes to run its data centers and offices worldwide.
Attorneys for Samsung have likened the case to making an automaker turn over the full profits for a car, for infringing on cup holder design.
NEWS ANALYSIS: IT executives remain under pressure to invest in computer systems that deliver the best business outcomes, even with tighter technology budgets.
Former Isilon CEO Bill Richter replaces co-founder Peter Godman, who served as CEO for a while and now slides over to the chief technical officer job.
The future looks bright for IT professionals, according to new data from the Robert Half human resources consulting firm. The company has released a new survey, the Robert Half Technology Salary Guide, that provides employers with guidance on how much they should be paying some of the top IT...
Chipmaker has completed a major reorganization of its management structure in order to create a new division it calls the Automated Driving Group.
Reportedly, a new tool censoring news based on location was created to help Facebook get into China, but it could be an experiment that may never be used.