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Ayanna Howard is a former NASA robotics researcher and now a professor at Georgia Tech. She talked to TechRepublic about her winding career path and her work to humanize robots.
Private school’s Chromebook program explains why Google’s laptops have captured nearly 20% of the educational market
Kentucky Country Day, an independent private school, recently began requiring Chromebooks for their middle schoolers. What started as an R&D experiment has yielded some striking re...
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Knowing how to handle digital evidence and discovery correctly prevents costly mistakes. A federal facility in Birmingham, Alabama is working hard to improve that situation.
IT training firm CBT Nuggets has launched online video training series to help IT pros prepare for Amazon's AWS certification program. TechRepublic talks to Jeremy Cioara, who crea...
This post is Part 3 of a five-part series detailing best practices for the process of Going Google.
Mention drive-by malware to nefarious types and they smile, silently thanking the invisible iFrame. Ever wonder why?
Organizations migrating to Google Apps can alleviate headaches and trepidation by taking advantage of these resources.
Email-based cybercrime continues to thrive, but even the savviest users might fall for a clever scheme. Deb Shinder offers tips to help you and your users remain vigilant.
Forensics comes of the Latin word "forens" -- "belonging to the public". Michael Kassner decided to find out what that means in the digital world.