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Presidential campaigns have become real-time proving grounds for technological innovation. Get to know key digital staffers from each camp.
As The New York Times brings new attention to VR, immersive journalism could drive not only changes in the media industry, but mainstream adoption of the technology.
Beth Noveck, the former director of the White House's Open Government Initiative, spoke with TechRepublic about how the government can take advantage of new technology to become co...
As Hadoop adoption progresses, enterprises have to view it as a platform for real-time, vitally important cloud solutions, says WANdisco's David Richards.
Twilio founder Jeff Lawson spoke with TechRepublic about his career path, the startup landscape, and how software is breaking down barriers to innovation.
Technology critic, psychologist, and author Sherry Turkle explains why she's worried about how our digital connections are impacting face-to-face conversations.
At the 2015 Dreamforce conference, three very different organizations spoke on how they built their business. Here are some useful takeaways and common threads.
Venture capital remains the fuel that powers the technology industry, but it also suffers from the same gender equality problems. Here's why it matters, and what has to change.
Stephanie Santoso: White House maker advocate. Information Science PhD student. Gluten-free baking specialist.
OSTP's Stephanie Santoso talked with TechRepublic about how backing the maker movement can be a means of building and lifting up communities.
Stephen Wolfram spoke with TechRepublic about his work in science and technology, his new book, and how technology is automating the world.