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Halliburton to drop BlackBerry in favor of Apple's iOS

According to a report from AppleInsider, oil field services provider Halliburton has decided to drop Research In Motion's BlackBerry platform in favor of Apple's iOS for its workforce.

By February 6, 2012


Microsoft's nasty, nasty anti-Google ad magically appears

An ad that was originally made just for internal purposes osmoses onto the Web, coincidentally as Google's I/O conference is under way.

By May 16, 2013


Dear tech companies, enough of the corporate sweatshirts

Many who work at tech companies are the greatest critics of old-style corporate behavior. Yet, there they are wearing sweatshirts with their startup's name printed across their chests.

By February 26, 2012


Dick Cheney's dot-com bust

It seems Dick Cheney could use a fact-checker himself. During Tuesday night's vice presidential...

By October 6, 2004


China's cyberwar: Intrusions are the new normal (FAQ)

Security firm Mandiant delivers compelling evidence that the Chinese military is behind a torrent of intrusions targeting the networks of U.S.-based companies. Here's what happens next.

By February 19, 2013


What will Apple announce today? Something with the iPhone 3G battery? We can hope.

Thoughts about the iPhone 3G's battery life and today's announcement.

By September 9, 2008


BP had warning signs before Gulf blast

Oil giant BP told congressional investigators that pressure tests on a drill pipe showed a fundamental mistake hours before the oil-rig explosion, a memo shows.

By May 26, 2010


Millions go to MIT, Rice, Texas for energy research

To get grants, be an energy researcher. Leading universities are increasingly partnering with private sector companies to fund research.

By January 15, 2008


Kenwood HD30: From food mixers to music mixers

You might know it as the happy-go-lucky East End mockney bumpkin that makes kettles and irons, but Kenwood also makes MP3 players. Or does it?

By October 2, 2006


IPv4 Internet addresses: 251 blocks down, 5 to go

A total of 33.6 million addresses are on their way to their ultimate users on the Net--meaning the last blocks of IPv4 addresses will be allocated soon. IPv6, hurry up, would ya?

By February 1, 2011