DataCell Wins WikiLeaks Donation Case
Iceland's Supreme Court upholds ruling against Valitor, a local processor of Visa and MasterCard payments that declined to credit donated funds to DataCell client Wikileaks.
IT Strategies For Future Cities
How mayors and CIOs in five U.S. cities are using technology to create more efficient, sustainable urban areas that are good for business and great places to live.
DOD Moves Forward With Cloud Broker Plans
DISA gets "initial operating capability" to act as Defense Department's cloud services broker, as DOD strives to simplify military groups' acquisition of cloud services.
Banks Must Ditch Legacy IT
Banks with decades-old IT systems are struggling to adjust to the changing regulatory and financial landscape.
H-1B: Ripe For Reform
20% of H-1B petitions granted last year went to just four firms, all outsourcers. That's just one of several proofs that the controversial visa program is hurting U.S. tech.
U.K. Investigates Disappointing LTE Auction
National Audit Office launches probe into whether the government failed to maximize revenue from February's 4G spectrum auction, which netted only 67% of predicted proceeds.
Google Sued By British Street Mapping Service
Steetmap suit claiming Google uses "uncompetitive" practices follows announcement by six data protection authorities that they will sanction search giant for privacy noncompliance.
H-1B Rush Sparks Broader Debate
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services division holds computerized lottery to distribute visas in random fashion. IT talent shortage debate continues.