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Mac OS X 10.6 showcased

Apple CEO Steve Jobs have confirmed that the next version of Mac OS X – 10.6, will be code named Snow Leopard. The focus of this new version will be more towards Read more…

Vista gets the cold shoulder

A new survey has found that fewer than 1 in 12 programmers currently are writing applications targeting Windows Vista, with most still sticking with ASP.Net and Windows Forms applications and finding… Read more…

Survey: IT staff aren’t happy

According to a new survey conducted on behalf of online learning vendor SkillSoft, 75 percent of technical personnel are unhappy enough to consider quitting. However, another survey, by the… Read more…

Women continue to leave IT

The IT industry is losing women hand over fist, according to an analysis of government labor data. In 2000, a little less than one million women worked as IT managers, computer scientists/systems… Read more…

Even low-level malware is a security headache

I say this almost every day, yet it still warrants constant attention: hackers and spyware programmers are getting smarter and more Read more…

Vista’s growing list of flaws

Now that more people have gotten their hands on Vista, security isn’t the only grumbling point. As some programmers and developers are noting, the new system is jammed–way too jammed–with… Read more…

Top CIOs make more than ever

Good news on the salary front for top tier CIOs, as a new Baseline survey shows that 27 percent of superstar IT leaders snagged a bit more money this year than last. A look at the top tech earners… Read more…