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Due to their influence, funds, and will to act, tech companies have emerged as key players in the environmental movement. Here's what we think they need to do to take it to the nex...
New NIH grants seek to tap into the potential of combining advances in tech with neuroscience, enabling the creation of better tools to monitor and analyze the human brain and, may...
HR departments in India are deploying hackathons in myriad ways, including finding the right talent, gauging internal skill levels, and promoting innovation amongst employees.
Peer-to-peer collaboration is gaining ground and changing the economics of the future, but there are questions to answer and obstacles to overcome.
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 f...
How recycled solar powered phones could save rainforests and change how the tech industry tackles climate change
Rainforest Connection is trying to stop illegal logging with recycled smartphones and mobilize the masses to make a global impact on deforestation and climate change.
Read the backstory of the openFDA platform, which gives the public access to adverse drug event reports. The FDA's open data initiative will add APIs for product recalls and produc...
The 2014 Energy Datapalooza focused on the Green Button standard, an EPA proposal to limit carbon emissions, the National Geothermal Data System, privacy concerns about data disclo...
How conflict minerals funded a war that killed millions, and why tech giants are finally cleaning up their act
The rich mineral mines of the Democratic Republic of Congo supply valuable minerals to the tech industry, but they come at a deadly cost that is finally being faced.
The hopes that double-digit raises would boost the morale of India's three million IT workers are dashed, following a recent announcement by Infosys about pay increases in 2014.