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Appmobi is a mobile security-as-a-service platform. Learn about what it does, how secure apps are built and the details of the business behind it.
Several new Windows 10 devices were recently unveiled at Mobile World Congress 2016 in Barcelona, showing that there's still life for Microsoft in the mobile marketplace.
Immelt: GE will use 100-year legacy to bridge physical and digital, create $15 billion software company
GE CEO Jeffrey Immelt spoke at the Gartner Symposium about how GE will harness its knowledge to marry the physical and the digital and stay relevant for another century.
The University of Louisville and UL, a safety science company, are launching a training center for professionals to learn about additive manufacturing, adding to Louisville's growing list of 3D printi...
Integrate takes a holistic, forward-looking approach to the automation and governance of actuarial modeling and reporting. Powered by Microsoft Azure, Integrate reimagines the rela...
Cloud computing has formed the conceptual and infrastructural basis for tomorrow's computing. The global computing infrastructure is rapidly moving towards cloud based architecture...
The first annual OpenPOWER Foundation summit showcases new hardware and cloud services that utilize IBM's freely licensable processor technology, which adds developer-friendly changes.
Want a degree in entrepreneurship? Now you can get one at Drexel University's Charles D. Close School of Entrepreneurship.
Big data expert Chiny Driscoll told TechRepublic about leaving her corporate gig at IBM to found a startup, and why it's the most fulfilling job she's ever had.
Tablet penetration is only at 20% of the enterprise. Apple hopes its new IBM tie-up will drive that number higher.