Online financial services company E*Trade is another that has released its Super Bowl ad early. Yes, of course it features the tot.
A new list of the 25 companies that give employees a good work-life balance has 12 tech companies on it, but the only big name is LinkedIn. And Facebook has fallen off the list since 2011.
Employment is not an issue if you have IT training. Seventy-eight percent of employers are filling IT positions before they fill slots in other departments, according to a survey.
In this economy, people are looking for jobs however and wherever they can. But in some industries, like the high-tech field, online placement sites like Monster or CareerBuilder are too general and traditional recruiters can't keep up with demand. CNET's Kara Tsuboi reports on a new Web site that's already connecting people in an innovative way.
What better way to recover from the halftime show? More ads that continued to offer little in the way of originality of either strategy or execution. On the other hand, we had Clint Eastwood advertising Chrysler and Detroit.
In a video since removed from YouTube, Gore said that "anything that would serve to threaten the vibrancy and freedom of the Internet in the future, I'm against."
Adobe puts their support behind HTML 5 and ends further development of Flash on mobile browsers. Somewhere Steve Jobs is smiling. Warner Bros. takes down files they never even saw, which makes us feel great about the future of the Stop Piracy Online Act. Plus, a Rotisserie Meatball Passes Between Earth and Moon, and Siri tries to help us get a gift for mom on Christmas.
Tech companies tried their best at the Super Bowl. Some enhanced their reputation, and some must have left many of the real people watching very confused.
The supersized social network comes out of nowhere to best last year's winner, Southwest Airlines, according to employee ratings submitted to Glassdoor.com.
Job postings confirm that customer call centers connected to Verizon Wireless and Apple are hiring hundreds of new employees over the next three months. Hmmm...