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GeneralRe: Microsoft said to be developing "phone-laptop hybrid", new hardware being unveiled tomorrow Pin
Christopher Shields20-Jan-15 10:15
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GeneralRe: Microsoft said to be developing "phone-laptop hybrid", new hardware being unveiled tomorrow Pin
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GeneralRe: Microsoft said to be developing "phone-laptop hybrid", new hardware being unveiled tomorrow Pin
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NewsMany passwords are so bad they don’t even need to be hacked Pin
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GeneralRe: Many passwords are so bad they don’t even need to be hacked Pin
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GeneralRe: Many passwords are so bad they don’t even need to be hacked Pin
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GeneralRe: Many passwords are so bad they don’t even need to be hacked Pin
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GeneralRe: Many passwords are so bad they don’t even need to be hacked Pin
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GeneralRe: Many passwords are so bad they don’t even need to be hacked Pin
Christopher Shields20-Jan-15 9:50
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NewsMicrosoft's unwanted win: cloud downtime Pin
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NewsCan restrictive coding standards make us more productive? Pin
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GeneralRe: Can restrictive coding standards make us more productive? Pin
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GeneralRe: Can restrictive coding standards make us more productive? Pin
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GeneralRe: Can restrictive coding standards make us more productive? Pin
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GeneralRe: Can restrictive coding standards make us more productive? Pin
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GeneralRe: Can restrictive coding standards make us more productive? Pin
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GeneralRe: Can restrictive coding standards make us more productive? Pin
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GeneralRe: Can restrictive coding standards make us more productive? Pin
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GeneralRe: Can restrictive coding standards make us more productive? Pin
Dan Neely20-Jan-15 3:59
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GeneralYou can use 1's and 0's. Now get to work! <EOM> Pin
Paul M Watt19-Jan-15 14:31
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NewsPeople are increasingly worried about privacy and lax legal protections Pin
Kent Sharkey19-Jan-15 12:34
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NewsDeep frying graphene pom-poms could be key to better batteries Pin
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NewsJava focuses on modularity, real-time apps in 2015 Pin
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