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Train engineer in deadly crash while texting

There are people who walk across the street looking at their BlackBerry and not at the traffic. And there are plenty of people who talk on their cell phones, or even text while driving–a risky… Read more…

It’s official: IT jobs shrinking

The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics has reported something apparent to many in the IT community: The economic downturn is taking a toll and jobs are being lost. “Employment in the information… Read more…

Spam is everywhere–even on your cell phone

Spam is everywhere–even on your cell phone You thought you had wrestled spam to the ground, and maybe you have on your computer system. But now comes a new trend reported by the New York Times that… Read more…

Text messaging not just for the young

For most CIOs, IT managers and long time computer specialists, text messaging may seem to be part of the hard-to-fathom under-30 culture and little more than a method of trivial cell-to-cell… Read more…

Forrester predicts tech ‘populism’

A new Forrester study says there will soon be a proliferation of “technology populism.” That means that IT professionals will be rethinking how they currently evaluate, provide and support collective… Read more…

Keep on top of mobile work

If there is any message for the CIO this year, it’s this: Get smarter faster. And one way to do that is to tap into existing tools that will help you comply with outside and inside forces for doing… Read more…

The road to an Internet tax ban

Congress is moving closer to extending a ban on Internet taxes, a law that expires on Nov. 1st. Recently, the Senate joined the House in passed a moratorium. However, there are differences in the two… Read more…

Verizon unveils holiday lineup

We’ve already seen T-Mobile, Read more…

Jobs confirms 3G iPhone for next year

With all this talk of the U.K. iPhone announcement, you may have found yourself wondering what has become of Read more…

Sprint Airave sees limited release

Judging by the tremendous response that our last story on this service received (it’s still one… Read more…