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The inside story of how the Cruz campaign leveraged big data, mobile apps, and social media to build loyalty and grow an army of grassroots volunteers.
TechRepublic spoke with Steve LeVine, author of "The Powerhouse: America, China, and the Great Battery War" about the race to invent a super battery and the mainstreaming of electric cars.
The documentary follows the 2015 Technovation Challenge, in which girls from all over the world code mobile apps to address problems in their communities.
When fractions of a second count, you need to rely on the right people and the right technology. Cisco Collaboration tools bring people together to speed the decision-making proces...
Vodafone Americas Foundation held a contest to promote innovation in the mobile/wireless technology space. Learn about the three winners for 2015 and what they brought to the competition.
Despite having many benefits, mobile payment is off to a slow start. These tips will show you how to take full advantage of its security and convenience.
With development moving to the cloud, the cloud platforms are angling to win their loyalty.
TechRepublic takes you inside the strange world of the 2015 DARPA Robotics Challenge, filled with running, swimming, falling, skating, beeping robots -- and some brilliant humans.
We've published interviews with the UK's first CDO, Chicago's first CDO, and the Commerce Dept.'s first CDO. This feature combines their insights with other CDOs to provide a roadmap for the position.
Jack Wallen has found the one take on Linux that could possibly move him away from his distribution of choice since 2006.