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Welcome to the age of pervasive supercomputing

The emergence of supercomputing in everyday life will require a new kind of literacy that will allow us to appreciate what the technology can — and can’t — do.

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Why the Internet of Things may never happen (Part 2)

The Internet of Things idea of all our stuff seamlessly working together for our benefit is wonderful, but it's never going to happen.

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An immature security program is an exciting challenge

After four years of building one company’s security program, our manager feels the need to take on a new challenge.

Commerce Department CIO pushed to shake up federated model

When Simon Szykman was named CIO of the U.S. Department of Commerce, he inherited a federated IT organization that needed to improve its efficiency and effectiveness, so he applied his strategic vision and consensus-building skills in

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BlackBerry Passport deep-dive review: Qwerty meets quirky

Qwerty fans will welcome the unit's keyboard, quad-core processor, big battery and voice assistant, but its square shape and hefty weight may give others pause.

10 confounding programming language features

Programming languages are full of peculiarities, but these oddities tend to make developers say "Huh?" more than most.

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White House blames IT systems for immigration data problems

The White House has touted open data initiatives for years, but in one of the most controversial areas in politics -- immigration -- crucial information is often unavailable or mistake-filled.

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Oracle, Salesforce.com trade moves in marketing software fight

Oracle, Salesforce.com and other vendors are looking to build out full-blown "customer engagement" suites and directly target chief marketing officers.

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