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Libraries recently drew unexpected fire from Airbnb, one of tech's hottest startups. But the truth is libraries play an essential role in fostering technological innovation in com...
At the 2015 IdeaFestival, business leaders discussed how their companies stay relevant and profitable in the shifting global marketplace.
2016 is fast approaching. If you'll be looking at IT job prospects in the year to come, these 10 predictions could optimize your search.
From recovering seawater-immersed media to providing security to SMBs, learn how three IT consultants in Florida (two of whom are former NSA employees) are helping clients and stud...
Vanessa Slavich of Square talked to TechRepublic about leading the company's computer science camp for girls, teaching herself how to code, and pushing her own limits.
Three data center gurus, whose resumes include jobs at Facebook, Google, and Practice Fusion, started Coolan to develop software that uses crowdsourced data to predict server outag...
PowerToFly is a new platform that connects women around the world who are looking for remote tech jobs with companies that want to add more diversity.
A smartphone offers many uses in the car; navigation, communication and entertainment. Learn how the author set up his smartphone with a new car for maximum benefit.
Bitbucket provides hosting for Git and Mercurial repositories. Tony Patton focuses on using Bitbucket with a Git repository for collaboration and possibly even to save on costs.
Extreme Network's Vala Afshar tells TechRepublic about his year and a half career in marketing, his background in engineering, and why the resume is dead.