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As technology evolves, some things need to fall by the wayside. Scott Matteson thinks these 10 things are holding back progress.
myDevices conducted a recent survey with insights into the Internet of Things. Learn more about what they found and what they deliver on topics including Star Wars, automation and connected devices.
The DARPA Finals will be held in Pomona, California from June 5-6, and the robots that come out of it could make some big impacts (or take over the world). Here's a summary of what you should know.
Ian J. Kalin, the first chief data officer (CDO) at the Commerce Department, is figuring out how to tie data products and science to a core mission of his agency: enhancing business and commerce.
Microsoft announced the IT Pro and Developer Preview of Office 2016 today, opening the beta program for the next-generation Microsoft Office suite to a much broader audience.
Thync is a revolutionary new wearable which provides the capability to control user mood and motivation. Find out what it does and how it works.
Mobile is getting more critical to enterprises. According to Crittercism's Andrew Levy, mobile pros will need the analytics chops to shed more light on app performance and revenue impact.
Learn how to resolve sluggish file transfers and deletions on your USB-attached Samsung Galaxy.
Edison Nation has been selected by NASA to manage a search for entrepreneurs to innovate using its biofeedback MindShift technology. Will it produce the next big thing?
Take a trip down memory lane as Scott Matteson shares some of his favorite memories about technology from way-back-when.