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Near-shoring open-source development to Latin America with North-by-South

Working with India in increasingly expensive and has always been a bit inconvenient. North-by-South offers a way to do open-source software development with a talented team of developers within or close to US time zones.

By May 4, 2008


Can the Xperia Ion get Sony out of its mobile rut?

Sony is just the latest company to attempt a comeback in the U.S. smartphone business.

By June 14, 2012


Wireless venture LightSquared files for bankruptcy

The bankruptcy filing marks an end to an ambitious attempt to create an upstart provider of 4G LTE wireless services.

By May 14, 2012


DIY flying robo hacker threatens wireless networks

This SkyNET won't try to kill you, but it could make your life miserable if you want to keep bad guys from hijacking your home network.

By September 8, 2011


Free alternatives to Windows' built-in utilities

You can find a better tool for just about any system task without paying a cent. Start with the firewall, which most people would consider an indispensable piece of software.

By February 10, 2009


How do you hire good employees in Latin America?

How do you hire an employee far from the company's home base, especially in Latin America?

By October 3, 2008


Bank of America seeks to patent abandoning America

Bank of America is trying to patent the process of getting rid of expensive American workers in favor of outsourced development. Very American of it.

By May 5, 2008


Tips for start-ups looking to save big money sans being cheap

Want to change the world with your start-up? You can, and you don't need to blow a big wad of cash to do it.

By March 8, 2008