In the latest sign of better times ahead for techies, a new study has found thatin the last three months of the year.
Another report due out this week from job search service NimbleCat shows thatin August when it came to new tech jobs posted online.
Meahwhile, Bill Coleman, senior vice president of compensation at Salary.com, sees a , partly because they're putting in more hours on the job. What's more, he suggested, personal and professional time are blending.
Google announced Thursday that it, as the search giant seeks to build a network foundation for its future Internet applications. ? Some big ideas for Google Earth and mobile phones, for starters.
Speaking of Google hires, a Washington state courtTuesday on whether former Microsoft executive Kai-Fu Lee will be allowed to immediately begin setting up a China development center for the search giant. The tech heavyweights in court.
Microsoft will also take aim at rival Google next week with a. The company plans to open access to its MSN and other public Web sites to let developers assemble new applications that build on those sites--a technique used successfully at Google and at other Web companies to promote their properties.