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Naomi Hirabayashi tells TechRepublic about getting young people plugged into social good with a zero-dollar marketing budget.
Most GitHub repositories still don't carry a license. This is a problem. Matt Asay explains why.
With smartwatches and wearables in general, it can be hard to see real usefulness through the current hype. Here's how professionals can leverage Android Wear devices to make their...
Jared Silver: Digital strategist. Future of work consultant. Watch enthusiast. Ideal airplane seatmate.
Ernst & Young's Jared Silver talks to TechRepublic about designing employee experiences and workplaces of the future.
Ryan Spoon, a senior vice president of product development at ESPN, spoke with TechRepublic about his unique career path, how his team builds products, and how swimming for Duke Un...
New Zealand startup Notable PDF has created an online tool to help users collaborate and annotate PDFs online.
By putting mobile devices into the hands of every student and teacher in their schools, districts open the door for a richer, more individualized educational experience. Learning i...
Learn how the author upgraded his smartphone and the details involved.
Google is an advertising behemoth, but it is growing the diversity of its revenue streams. Here are some of the other ways Google makes money.
Alexandra Chong is the co-founder of the extremely popular and somewhat controversial app, Lulu. She told TechRepublic about the network she's trying to create for women online.