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For Software Developers, A Bounty Of Opportunity

Unlike most other industries, the tech sector is experiencing a shortage of qualified workers. Growing demand for software is fueling a bidding war for developers and programmers, in particular, which means high salaries and other perks.
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WikiLeaks Now Victim Of Its Own Leak

More than a quarter-million secret U.S. diplomatic cables in WikiLeaks' possession have found their way onto the Internet in an apparent inadvertent release. The cables are now available in their raw, unedited and unredacted form, potentially jeopardizing officials and their sources.
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WikiLeaks Now Victim Of Its Own Leak

More than a quarter-million secret U.S. diplomatic cables in WikiLeaks' possession have found their way onto the Internet in an apparent inadvertent release. The cables are now available in their raw, unedited and unredacted form, potentially jeopardizing officials and their sources.
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With Starz Announcement, Netflix Takes A Hit

The premium cable network Starz announced that it would not renew its streaming contract with Netflix Thursday. The news came on the same day that Netflix's controversial new price hike kicked in — and the company's stock took a beating. Melissa Block talks to Ben Fritz, who has been covering the story for the Los Angeles Times.
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Robot-To-Robot Chat Yields Curious Conversation

This week, Cornell's Creative Machines Lab posted a video that shows what happens when a robot chats with another robot. The result? A curious conversation that goes from eccentric to existential. Robert Siegel talks to Hod Lipson, professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering at Cornell University, who helped set up the experiment.

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