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Google will have its own contender for desktop operating system king: Android. It's not news that Microsoft will get Windows 7 out as fast as possible this year. Vista has been a complete dog, so Microsoft will rush to deliver what is essentially a cleaned-up, lightweight...

When President Barack Obama this morning announced an executive order lifting some restrictions on federal funding of human embryonic stem cell research, UW-Madison scientist James Thomson was there. Thomson's presence, along with several others in the state working in the field, illustrates how Wisconsin has had...

Tammy Baldwin and Dr. James Thomsen were among those who attended the signing ceremony at the White House lifting the Bush administration's restrictions on funding embryonic stem cell research. Afterward, Baldwin described it as the opening of "this new era in medical research."...

The resignation of the federal government's cybersecurity coordinator highlights a power struggle underway over how best to defend the government's civilian computer networks against digital attacks. Rod A. Beckstrom resigned the post Friday after less than a year on the job, citing a lack of funding...

Rick Roy, the CIO of CUNA Mutual Group shared his perspective with CUNA Mutual Group's CEO Jeff Post in their tag-team talk, “The CEO - CIO Relationship - Navigating Unprecedented Uncertainty" presented at the Fusion CEO - CIO Symposium, produced by WTN Media. They...

With the current emphasis on holding down costs, technological innovation will serve as the light that guides business out of the economic darkness. That was a key message delivered to CIOs and IT professionals at the Fusion 2009 CEO-CIO Symposium on March 4-5 at the...

The recent downturn in the economy has had a considerable impact on working men as the industries traditionally dominated by men are reeling from the current recession. While college-educated women may be the biggest benefactors, will this lead to the disappearance of the glass ceiling?...