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Dozens of companies in St. Louis can't hire good programmers. It isn't from lack of trying, or resources: they have the money, the open positions, and the need. The problem in the past has been explained that either they can't find them or don't know where to look. But there is a third possibility: the coders exist, they just need some training to get started. That is where an effort called LaunchCode comes into play.
Deutsche Telekom hopes to address the growing mobile security concerns of enterprises with secured devices and an app that encrypts voice and text messages.
Attackers have abused the WordPress pingback feature, which allows sites to cross-reference blog posts, to launch a large-scale, distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attack, according to researchers from Web security firm Sucuri.
Two companies using Facebook profiles to generate credit scores, their stands side by side at Cebit, are chasing different customers -- although they are competitors in the trade show's Code_n startup contest.
Hewlett-Packard has found some success with a platform, called Aurasma, that provides augmented reality services to portable devices.
People can now earn a finder's fee when they refer customers to Google for its Apps email and collaboration suite.
Will the failure of mobile Windows push Microsoft into embracing Android? Plus: Is there too much hate for Ubuntu among Linux users? And a sneak peek at version 14.04 of Xubuntu, Lubuntu, Kubuntu and Ubuntu GNOME.
Huawei's enterprise unit has launched the FusionCube for high-end HANA systems and will also work with SAP on products for areas such as enterprise mobility.
While Japan on Tuesday marked the third anniversary of the 2011 earthquake and tsunami that left over 18,000 dead or missing, a huge crane has been quietly moving fuel rods out of a pool at the stricken Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant.
Google is facing a lawsuit over unauthorized in-app purchases on Android devices by children.