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The seductive lure of activity and health wearables make it easy to forget, or ignore, the inherent security and privacy risks involved.
Mapping the human genome was one of humanity's greatest scientific breakthroughs. Now, the cloud and supercomputing are taking it to new heights, bringing breathtaking and disturbing possibilities.
How to prepare for 5G, the next level of mobile networking and the successor to 4G. Find out how your support and architectures will accommodate this soon-to-be new standard.
Parents are wondering how, when, and where to incorporate screens and media into their little ones' lives. See what the evidence shows, and learn tips and guidelines about screen time for children.
From implementing real-time big data processes to managing internal social media, 2014 brought many changes and challenges. Drawing on those experiences can help you build your strategy for 2015.
For companies with a calendar-based planning year, September is the perfect time to prepare to finish the year strong.
Automation may be destroying jobs faster than it's creating new ones, but all hope isn't lost. TechRepublic spoke to MIT economist Erik Brynjolfsson on changing the course of the future.
Google recently announced 1 million Chromebooks were purchased by schools in Q2 2014. Here's why the Google laptops are generating so much momentum in education.
Robot recipes, 3D printed meals, pocket scanners, touch-screen waiters -- new futuristic technologies are beginning to transform the way we prepare, distribute, and eat our food.
Microsoft's redemption song in Africa: Catalyzing tech revolutions on the world's least connected continent
Africans are taking control of their own destiny in technology, and Microsoft is no longer just giving away software but using its resources to fuel innovation fires instead.