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  • Twitter cuts engineering team, lays off one in 12 employees

    Twitter will work better with a "nimbler" engineering team, Dorsey tells staff

  • ​Telstra promotes three execs

    Telstra has promoted three managing directors to group executive roles.

  • Machines are replacing writers, Gartner says

    According to Gartner's annual top-10 list of strategic predictions, robots, robotic systems and automation will have an expanding role.

  • Increasingly, U.S. IT workers are alleging discrimination

    Seven IT workers at Disney are pursuing, or plan to pursue, federal and state discrimination administrative complaints over their layoffs.

  • AGL nabs CBA exec for CIO role

    AGL has recruited the acting chief information officer for the Commonwealth Bank's retail division, Simon Moorfield, to be the energy company's new CIO.

  • 20 IT jobs slated for biggest raises next year

    Recruiting and staffing specialist Robert Half Technology released its annual guide to U.S. tech salaries, which finds wireless networking engineers are in line for the biggest pay hike.

  • Cisco reorg consolidates IoE, cloud ops

    Two execs roles expanded, another reassigned

  • The Senate’s unanswered questions about H-1B replacements

    Infosys announced it's in the clear with the Department of Labor, but there are bigger questions still at play.

  • General Electric CIO, Cisco VP among Top Women in Cloud

    10 female leaders from the IT customer and vendor sides (including General Electric and Cisco) will be honored for their contributions to Cloud and convergence technology by the Cloud Network of Women (CloudNOW) later this month.

  • NSW Department of Finance hunts for new group CIO

    The New South Wales Department of Finance, Services and Innovation (DFSI) is seeking​ a new group CIO to drive technology change and transformation.

  • US IT salaries rose by more than 4 percent in 2014

    U.S. IT salaries were up by 4.25 percent in 2014, the highest increase in years, according to an IEEE-USA survey.

  • Big question of the day: Leonard Nimoy or not?

    It seems that in the course of researching a film Clear Skies, Clean Air (from 1971) research request, the blogger Audrey Amidon thought the narrator of the film sounded familiar – Nimoy.
    Nimoy amongst his myriad talents was a well-know voice-over actor.
    But the film and subsequent research turned up no record of the film’s narrator.

  • STEM fields dominate ranking of college majors

    Science, technology, engineering and math alumni rank among highest paid graduates, according to PayScale

  • Top 25 computer science colleges, ranked by alumni earnings

    Payscale uses alumni post-grad pay to rank 187 colleges and universities with computer science programs.

  • NASA touts real technologies highlighted in imminent 'The Martian' flick

    NASA said the book and the movie, “The Martian,” merges fictional and factual chronicles about Mars, building upon the work NASA and others have done exploring Mars and moving it into a future where NASA astronauts are regularly traveling to the red planet to live and explore.

  • Struggling Lenovo to cut 3200 jobs, streamline handset business

    Lenovo is laying off 3200 employees and trimming down its smartphone portfolio in response to a slowdown in its PC and handset sales.

  • Red Hat to launch DevOps training services

    Red Hat is preparing to launch new training services focussed on helping organisations develop DevOps capabilities, according to the company's director, consulting and training, for Australia and New Zealand

  • IT job gains: Not as bright as they appear

    The IT job market for the first half of 2015 is a touch softer than it originally seemed, soft enough that IT job growth is not only flat, but shrinking slightly.

  • The real dirt on programming certifications

    With programmers and developers in such high demand these days, it may be tempting to think that a decision as stodgy as pursuing a certification is a waste of time. After all, doesn't it all come down to the art of your code?

  • Employment engine keeps humming for IT job seekers

    Momentum keeps building in tech industry hiring, with unemployment dropping even lower than before. But it's not all good news, as Web developers and others saw increases in joblessness.