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Verizon to add mobile videoconference links to clinicians for treatment of colds, flu

If youve ever been sick with a cold or the flu on a business trip, Verizons new Virtual Visits videoconferencing technology could help quickly reach a clinician from a smartphone or tablet.

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Motorola XPRT: A great BlackBerry alternative

If you're an Android fan who needs BlackBerry-like functions, you'll be happy with the XPRT.

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Outsourcers keep racking up H-1B visa use

Cognizant had more than 7,100 H-1B visa requests approved in the first half of the federal fiscal year.

Mobile management: Expert guide

InfoWorld.com has put together a free, 20-page "Mobile Management Deep Dive" PDF special report that explains the innate security capabilities of the key mobile platforms (BlackBerry, iOS, Android, Symbian, Windows Mobile, Windows...

Malibal Nine X7200

What can you say about a laptop that ships with a 300W power supply and weighs more than 14 pounds? The Malibal Nine X7200 is an exercise in extremes: it's big, heavy, and gets loud under heavy use, but it's very, very fast on games...

What's your cell phone's maximum radiation level? Interactive database

Find out the maximum radiation absorption levels from various mobile phone handsets, using this searchable database. Or view and sort the full table of 1,300+ models.

Report: Google Ditches Windows Over Security Issues

Google employees are slamming Microsoft's Windows operating system, claiming security vulnerabilities in the OS left the company open to Chinese hackers in January 2010, a new report says. According to the Financial Times, Google will...

HP to buy struggling Palm for $1.2 billion

Hewlett-Packard plans to buy struggling phone maker Palm for US$1.2 billion.

Tablet roundup

All the information you need about available tablets: price, display size, weight, links to reviews and more.

Premier 100: How process changes can drive IT innovation

Daphne Jones, senior vice president and CIO at Hospira, chats with Computerworld at its Premier 100 conference in Tucson, Ariz. Jones discusses the benefits of continuous process innovation and how to deal with local issues at a...

HOUSE CHANGES HANDS—Should Smart Grid Care?

In my 25 years plus in DC, I've spent about 15 of those as a lobbyist and have seen many presidents and Congresses change hands. I have always prided myself on being an issues person, building my case in a non-partisan way to press...

Developer finds major coding errors in Facebook, MySpace

Social-networking sites MySpace and Facebook have apparently fixed coding errors that could have allowed an attacker access to all of their users' data and photos.

Haiti text donations overwhelm Red Cross

Haiti earthquake relief donations made by text may not constitute a miracle, but the American Red Cross says it is overwhelmed by the millions of dollars it has received through $10 gifts sent via mobile phones.

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Q&A: How to navigate your IT career through M&As during the Great Resignation

This year is likely to set a new record for M&A activity. Combined with the Great Resignation, there are IT career hazards to avoid and opportunities. Computerworld spoke to a global talent acquisition executive and an IT manager who...

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Women, minorities less inclined to return to office, face 'proximity bias'

Minorities and women are less enthused about a return to the office full time because of caretaker responsibilities, concerns about safety and security, and feelings of inclusion, a recent survey found.

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Tech giants move to reopen offices, but differ on hybrid-work plans

Apple, Google, and Twitter are taking different paths to flexible work policies as they move to re-open their offices; Microsoft started its reopening Feb. 28.

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‘Peek performance’ — Apple turns things upside down

An event characterized by Apple's growing processor technology advantage points to a new future for enterprise tech.

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