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Participants work at their their laptops at a computer hackers' congress.

Paul Ford on ‘What Is Code?’ and why we should care

Jun 12, 2015
Most users don't know about programming. Ford wants to fix that.
Posted In: computers, coding, software
A General Motors logo is shown at the General Motors Technical Center.

Cars: hardware or software?

May 21, 2015
General Motors says your own car may not be entirely owned by you.
Posted In: General Motors, software, cars
The Los Angeles Unified School District is facing hurdles on its path to introduce technology into the classroom.

Confusion over computers in the classroom

Apr 16, 2015
LAUSD wants its money back for iPads loaded with Pearson software that is sub-par.
Posted In: apple, classrooms, software, LAUSD, ipads, blended learning, education technology, edtech
Brad Smith, CEO of Intuit.

TurboTax tries to recover from price-hike stumble

Jan 30, 2015
Expert says company is on the right path, owning the mistake and offering refunds.
Posted In: Taxes, software, public relations
SAP

Why SAP gobbled up Concur

Sep 19, 2014
The acquisition is worth $8 billion and will increase SAP's users to 50 million.
Posted In: SAP, workplace, Mergers and Acquisitions, software

How secure is personal finance software?

Oct 23, 2013
Different services can be a big help in keeping a budget, but are they worth putting all your information at risk?
Posted In: Personal Finance, software, apps, big data

Microsoft buys Nokia's devices for $7.2 billion

Sep 3, 2013
The tech giant is paying $ 2.2 billion to license Nokia patents.
Posted In: Microsoft, nokia, cell phones, windows, software

The iPhone gets an office, a Microsoft Office

Jun 14, 2013
Microsoft is finally delivering a mobile version of it's Office software to the iPhone today. So what took them so long?
Posted In: Microsoft, windows, iPhone, software

Apple tries to pump up developers

Jun 10, 2013
We know what consumers want from Apple, but what about developers?
Posted In: apple, ios, software

Would you rather have a teacher or a computer grade your schoolwork?

Apr 15, 2013
EdX, a Harvard-MIT project, will offer essay grading software to colleges free of charge. You might imagine that teachers and professors would embrace the labor saving. But, not all do.
Posted In: Education, higher education, software

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