Oil spill cleanup is largely a low-tech field, but there are an increasing number of new technologies being used in the Deepwater Horizon disaster.
LinkedIn to launch job application tool that lets job seekers apply via LinkedIn profiles, according to GigaOM. "Apply with LinkedIn" could take some of the hassle out of the job hunt.
A new rumor suggests that as part of the next iOS release, Apple is overhauling its notifications service as well as adding widgets.
Greenlight Capital hedge fund manager David Einhorn sees Microsoft's CEO as "the biggest overhang on Microsoft's stock" and says it's time to let someone else take over.
A survey suggests that words you mightn't use at a royal dinner party are extremely prevalent all over the enthusiastic walls of Facebook.
West was the star of perhaps the best book ever written about project development. He also helped lead one of the key companies of the minicomputer, and then Unix, eras.
Qakbot virus may have grabbed sensitive data as people used computers on the network of state's unemployment offices.
The U.S. government's most prominent and controversial spokesblogger answers questions from CNET about defending the Transportation Security Administration on the Internet.
Ben Wheeler took a gamble that grad school would pay off. After two years of a grueling engineering and MBA program, he'll be working at Google, where he'll apply his operations chops to cloud computing.
Among the tech firms showing up on the publisher's newly released list of 100 best companies to work for are also Cisco Systems, Microsoft, Adobe Systems, and Intel.