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The recession is creating an army of disaffected ex-employees - many of whom will still have access to their former company's IT systems, warns Matt Hines

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On by Larry Seltzer 0

eWEEK Labs recently tested several alternatives to the free Adobe Reader, to see if their capabilities made it worthwhile to switch.

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On by Peter Judge 0

Transferring large files without wires will become practical with a new Bluetooth version that uses installed Wi-Fi radios

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On by Andrew Donoghue 0

Reports conflict on how IT is weathering the downturn compared to other professions but the outlook is bleak across the board

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On by Peter Judge 0

A 17-year old hacker is reportedly backing off after exposing vulnerabilties on the microblogging site

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New Endpoint Platform and Client-Server suite should take out some of the legwork, company promises

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On by Andrew Donoghue 0

The British government is concerned that updates to the tech recycling and toxicity legislation might be hard on businesses

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On by Michelle Maisto 0

Inductive charging could give the Pre the geek-cred it needs to take on the iPhone

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On by Jeffrey Burt 0

Businesses are beginning to look more at software solutions designed to make PCs run more cost-effectively and with more energy efficiency

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An Amazon.com glitch reduced the sales rankings of 57,000 titles - but something isn't right about the story of the hacker who claimed to have caused the problem

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