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2014-10-16 12:28:11

This week, host Curtis Franklin and the editors of InformationWeek discuss the latest news from Apple, updates from Dreamforce 2014 in San Francisco, plus a new feature called "The Week in :60."

2014-10-16 08:32:20

With the Affordable Care Act and data breaches in the news as of late, InformationWeek is turning its attention to healthcare and how technology can help the industry. NEW YORK, Oct.

2014-10-14 08:27:11

Join the editors of Bank Systems & Technology today as they discuss findings from the IDC Financial Insights 2014 FinTech report. NEW YORK, Oct.

2014-10-13 08:32:33

InformationWeek is asking its readers to help chose the IT Chief of the Year. Who are the technology leaders who are changing their industry? NEW YORK, Oct.

2014-10-10 16:22:54

It turns out the office jerk is not only bad for business, but bad for everyone else working there as well. Geekend author David Wagner goes looking for a cure. NEW YORK, Oct.

2014-10-09 12:27:52

InformationWeek editors report from Gartner Symposium in Orlando, where the topics ranged from analytics trends to what CIOs need to know NEW YORK, Oct.

2014-10-03 12:27:41

Premier Conference for Chip, Board and Systems Design Engineers to take place January 27-30, 2015 in Silicon Valley SAN FRANCISCO, Oct.

2014-10-02 12:35:17

Annual Conference & Expo Unites the Industry's Best Speakers, Solution Providers, and Networking Events COLORADO SPRINGS, Co., Oct.

2014-09-30 08:43:59

InformationWeek Editor Alison Diana looks back at 25 years of healthcare and technology, and how this extremely important part of the US economy is changing with the times. NEW YORK,

2014-09-26 12:28:25

In a week of square and bendable smartphones from BlackBerry and Apple, Geekend author David Wagner is thinking about the shapes of things. NEW YORK, Sept.


Word of the Day
obdormition
  • Sleep; the state or condition of being asleep.
  • The state or condition of numbness of a part due to pressure on a nerve: as, the obdormition of a limb.
The word 'obdormition' comes from a Latin word meaning "to fall asleep".
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