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10 Windows Tablets, Laptops Under $200: Holiday Steals

informationweek.com — Gadget shoppers can choose from an array of sub-$200 Windows 8.1 tablets and laptops -- offering more power than you'd guess. A few years ago, if you needed an inexpensive gadget to round out your holiday shopping, you'd grab an iPod Nano or some other portable media player.
Nov 27, 2014

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Nov 26, 2014

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Americans Flunk Internet History

informationweek.com — (Click image for larger view and slideshow.) Most Americans don't know that the Internet and the Web are not the same thing. The Pew Research Center has released results from a survey of 1,066 Internet users that asked 17 questions about the Internet, how it works, and important technology leaders.

Docker Security Flaw Found

informationweek.com — (Click image for larger view and slideshow.) The Docker Linux container format has a major exposure that could allow malicious code to assume unassigned privileges with the host server and order the extraction of files that are not intended to be accessible to the container's code.

Employee Engagement: Let The Fakery Begin

informationweek.com — It's a good thing HR isn't in charge of IT employee retention. Their new "employee engagement" campaign is really "employee enragement." Overheard during an HR "employee engagement" workshop: "Work on human capital so you can ask employees for discretionary effort." Go away, HR. Come back when the double-talk fit has passed.

Twitter Offers Turn Credit Cards Into Coupons

informationweek.com — (Click image for larger view and slideshow.) Twitter's latest leap into ecommerce could save you money on holiday shopping. The company announced this week that it started testing Twitter Offers, a new program that brings deals to its U.S. users.

8 Tech Turkeys To Avoid As Gifts

informationweek.com — Is your holiday shopping list full of smartphones, robots, and drones? Here's our advice on what gadgets not to buy. It's that consumerist time of year again. Halloween was barely over before we started seeing TV commercials with Santa shilling everything from toys to luxury automobiles.

Google Apps Gets New Enterprise Security Features

informationweek.com — Google for Work users can access a Devices and Activity dashboard to spot suspicious logins and a new security wizard to help navigate security settings. (Click image for larger view and slideshow.) Google introduced two new security features this week for Google Apps users to help them monitor their accounts for suspicious activity.

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Nov 26, 2014

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Nov 25, 2014

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Facebook Data Center Showcases Open Compute Work

informationweek.com — (Click image for larger view and slideshow.) The Open Compute Project has taken strides forward with its Networking Project, including a data center network fabric, installed by Facebook at its newest data center, which will be contributed to the project. The Altoona, Iowa, data center opened Nov.

Nexus 6 Vs. iPhone 6 Plus: Phablet Deathmatch

informationweek.com — There's never been a better time to buy a big-screened phone. Here's how the Google Nexus 6 and the Apple iPhone 6 Plus stack up. (Click image for larger view and slideshow.) Apple and Google put forth their best efforts this fall with the iPhone 6 Plus and Nexus 6.

Drones Fitted For Regulatory Collar

informationweek.com — (Click image for larger view and slideshow.) When the Federal Aviation Administration finally proposes rules for commercial drones, the agency is expected to require that drone operators be licensed. Citing unnamed people familiar with the agency's rulemaking process, The Wall Street Journal on Monday reported that the agency's forthcoming proposed rules, anticipated by the end of the year, will require certifications for operators of unmanned aircraft systems (UAS).