Monthly Archives: August 2014

You drain me: Apple replaces some iPhone 5 batteries for free

‘Very small percentage’ affected, says Apple; but small sample showed 2 out of 3 phones eligible Apple last week said that it will replace some iPhone 5 batteries free of charge, claiming that “a very small percentage” of the smartphones … Continue reading

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The best cities for landing top pay for your tech skills

Target your talent: The best cities for landing top pay for your tech skills IT pros looking for a new gig, take heed: Those $140,000-per-year jobs in San Francisco are worth just $86,000 when adjusted for the cost of living. … Continue reading

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Data Centers to World: Not Dead Yet!

Anticipating the next-gen data center Agility and flexibility are two of the most popular words to describe the attributes expected from IT in helping achieve future business objectives. But how do you apply those attributes to what many large enterprises … Continue reading

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9 wireless battery chargers: No power? No problem!

Tired of having to fumble for the USB port every time your mobile device runs out of power? With these wireless chargers, just put your device down and let it power up. Wireless chargers are about convenience. Plop your mobile … Continue reading

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How to Clean Up Your IT Resume

As spring comes to a close, it’s an ideal time to clear the clutter from your resume. It’s key to make sure you present only relevant, current information in the most attractive way possible. Here, three experts weigh in on … Continue reading

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