MIT Research Looks To Extend Moore’s Law
For years the semiconductor world has waited for Moore's Law to reach its limit. However, new research from MIT shows how manufacturers can shrink geometries past 20 nm cost-effectively.
UPMC Tablet App Speeds EHR Access
Convergence, a touch app for Windows 8 tablets created by the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, gives fingertip access to patient summary data pulled from one or more underlying electronic health record systems.
Microsoft's Windows Strategy: A New Hope
Microsoft's Mobile World Congress announcements suggest a successful, and overdue, new direction for its Windows 8.1 strategy. Now Microsoft needs to build momentum.
Business Apps Are Becoming Disposable
The ease with which software applications can be created and connected to corporate systems has changed the nature of business software development.
The Rise Of The Security Analyst
The most sought-after quality in security hiring today is strategic knowledge versus technical know-how, a global workforce study says.
IT Jobs: Best Paying Titles Of 2014
New Robert Half data shows IT hiring and compensation both rising. Check out the most lucrative IT job titles -- and understand the value of bonus skills.
5 Skills CEOs Prize In CIOs
You want to be a CIO? The road to the top isn't about what you want. It's about fulfilling the expectations of your boss and peers.
Verizon Cloud Adds CloudBees PaaS
Verizon Cloud is still in the process of revamping itself into a cloud service competitor. CloudBees will add a deployment platform.
Government IT: 5 Ways To Measure Value
Federal CIOs must do a better job of creating and using metrics if IT is to earn the respect it deserves as a value generator instead of a money drain.
CIO To CIO: Advice On ACOs
Healthcare CIOs share their advice on coping with the rise of accountable care organizations and the crush of regulation.
Windows 8 Devices Get Cheap
Microsoft will reportedly cut Windows license fees to encourage production of sub-$250 Windows 8 devices, including non-touch PCs.
Digital Civic Engagement: US Lags
A 10-nation study finds Singapore, Norway, and the United Arab Emirates do a better job of providing citizens with online and mobile services.
Where Are All The Chromebooks?
Despite brisk Chromebook sales, online usage of Chrome OS hardware on the Internet still barely registers with those measuring Web traffic.
Is Mobile VoIP A Telco Killer?
Customers change slowly, but they won't pay for voice calls forever if alternative apps save money and improve quality.
Women, IT & The Outrage Machine
Business is booming for pundits who get their clicks bemoaning the existential danger of gender imbalances in high tech. But guess what? It's irrational BS.
VMware, Google Team On Chromebooks
Unlikely partners team to offer Desktop-as-a-Service on Google Chromebooks. Will pricing lure users to move away from Windows XP systems?
TSA Baggage Scanners Hackable
Researchers reveal weak security that could allow malicious insiders or attackers to spoof the contents of carry-on baggage.
Do Doctors Need EHR 'Scribes'?
Doctors should hire assistants to fill out electronic health records for them -- tagging along on exams if necessary -- to avoid job burnout, says ScribeAmerica.