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Holy photo! There are 2,000 rabbis in that selfie

Orthodox rabbis attending an annual conference take their traditional group picture the newfangled way, with a giant selfie stick, a wide-angle lens and a drone to capture the whole thing.

By November 24, 2014


LinkedIn to companies: Use your own talent pool to recruit

The professional social network introduces a trio of recruiting products to "take the work out of retaining and finding top talent."

By April 10, 2014


Microsoft, Facebook unite for Internet Bug Bounty program

The companies are teaming up to reward people who find vulnerabilities in certain Web applications. Among the challenges? Hack the Internet.

By November 7, 2013


Android 4.1.1 rolls out to Sony Xperia S tablet today

The Jelly Bean flavor of Android will spill onto Sony's tablet today for people in the U.S., Canada, and Latin America.

By April 18, 2013


Developer allegedly outsources his whole job to China, fired

A developer in the U.S. thought he was being clever by ensuring his whole job was done overseas, so that he could allegedly take on more jobs which he secretly outsourced overseas.

By January 16, 2013


3D-printed 'magic arms' give little girl new reach

Customized 3D-printed appendages let Emma Lavelle, and other kids with limited upper-body movement, play alongside their friends with new freedom.

By August 6, 2012


Platform as a service moves into the data center

PaaS got its start as purely hosted offerings. But we're starting to see a lot more discussion about transplanting the approach into the enterprise data center.

By May 18, 2012


Big IT vendors missing the boat with cloud developers

As cloud adoption continues at an alarming rate, big IT vendors aren't sending the right messages to developers.

By December 3, 2011


Will the cloud change programming?

New programming languages come and go but most of the successful approaches build off existing models rather than heading off in a completely new direction.

By October 13, 2011


PHP and Perl crashing the enterprise party

Java and .Net used to be the enterprise's primary programming languages, but Perl, Python, and other dynamic languages are hitting the enterprise mainstream.

By February 14, 2010