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There's nothing like a blizzard to get you out to meet your neighbors. In 2015, even more civic technologies are connecting people to information about city services and to one ano...
IT Operations Analytics is becoming a hot field as technology grows ever more complex. Find out what it means and the benefits it can provide.
A decade ago, the PayPal Mafia played a major role in revitalizing the tech industry in Silicon Valley. The story behind this group of leaders proves that their success is more tha...
The XS Powercard can charge your devices and provide portable storage. Learn about the development and crowdfunding process that is bringing it to the public.
Fairphone has pulled off the impossible by selling a phone that makes social responsibility its flagship feature. Here's the unlikely story of how the team did it, and what's next.
To feed the world's rapidly-expanding population in the coming decades, agriculture must produce more. Big data holds one of the keys for farmers, but it's also a weapon that could...
Maya Penn is a successful 14-year-old entrepreneur who wants to change the world by using her art and her business to help the planet and getting girls involved in tech.
The role of the CIO is starting to look a lot like a business strategist. TechRepublic spoke with David Nichols about EY's recent Born to be digital CIO survey.
A growing number of innovative companies are experimenting with 3D printers, propelling the technology closer to the mainstream market.
How Aaron Levie and his childhood friends built Box into a $2 billion business, without stabbing each other in the back
One of the most hotly-anticipated tech IPOs of 2014 is run by four childhood classmates who grew up and built a cloud computing juggernaut during their 20s.