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A look at how Microsoft's new Spartan browser performs in comparison to Internet Explorer, Chrome and Firefox.
Alex Howard shares insights on technological innovation gleaned from reading "The Innovators," Walter Isaacson's seminal history of the digital era.
Perhaps best known as the guy who introduced Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak, Bill Fernandez speaks out on Apple's founding magic, how love built the first Mac, and the interface of t...
In Spam Nation, cybersecurity expert Brian Krebs investigates Russian spammers and seeks to educate users about how valuable their assets are to cybercriminals.
Unsatisfied with Fortune's choices for the most influential people in business, we came up with our own '40 under 40' list of leaders affecting change and making positive impacts o...
Ford has used technology to recreate itself as a 21st century car company. Now it wants to build new experiences and innovate like a software maker.
Hardware engineer Andrew 'bunnie' Huang on how his path to building an open source computer started with a childhood fascination with the Apple II and why we need to rediscover ope...
As nations spend billions of dollars stockpiling digital weapons and tension grows between them, the risk of world cyber warfare has suddenly turned offensive.
The $299 Micro 3D printer has became an instant hit on Kickstarter and is showing the world that a lot of people really do want one of these on their desk.
Microsoft's redemption song in Africa: Catalyzing tech revolutions on the world's least connected continent
Africans are taking control of their own destiny in technology, and Microsoft is no longer just giving away software but using its resources to fuel innovation fires instead.