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Google DeepMind's machine-learning system may have triumphed at the famously complex game of Go but researchers question the limitations of the tech giant's approach.
Go with TechRepublic's Steve Ranger on an inside look at the gold-plated gadget market that's received a big boost from Apple.
This new technology lets citizen scientists experiment with their own gut bacteria or be part of larger efforts to figure out how the microbiome affects various health conditions.
A group of five 3D printing insiders, from programmers to designers to business leaders, shared their views on the state of 3D printing today -- and where it's headed.
Chopra: Health care is about to get a lot more entrepreneurial, data will improve personalized health
At the Louisville Innovation Summit, former White House CTO Aneesh Chopra outlined his vision for a future of healthcare managed by "information fiduciaries."
A panel at the 2015 IdeaFestival discussed what's next for space exploration, including the burgeoning field of exomedicine.
Greg Shultz takes a look at the new icons in Build 10130 of Windows 10.
Mary Meeker, a partner at venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, delivered her State of the Internet presentation in May. Here are some highlights.
Mickey McManus, a respected connectivity expert, research fellow at Autodesk, and chairman of MAYA, talked to TechRepublic about his work and his passion for humanizing technology.
Microsoft moved from winner to also ran, but it's back at its best. Matt Asay explains.