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Tech Cocktail cofounder Frank Gruber's book Startup Mixology is about the "ingredients" of startup success, as well as the entrepreneurial mindset and the importance of defining cu...
Humanity is evolving in many ways thanks to mobile devices. But are all the changes for the better?
As cloud collaboration changes expectations, the music industry is primed for disruption. A new breed of cloud tools is enhancing how artists in separate locations create beautiful...
Ten years of research into the human brain have reportedly gone into developing a new virtual assistant designed to watch how a person does a job and then replace them.
The keyboard is a living fossil and the alignment of its keys hints at the strange history of its origins. It took app economy darling SwiftKey to innovate it in a powerful new dir...
Memes pwn the web: What Lolcatz, Tron Guy, and Doge tell us about ourselves and the future of humanity
If you want to know how memes came to dominate the web, how they may evolve into "temes," and why they may hold the secret to the future of life on earth, then you better read this...
While it's suddenly fashionable to bad-mouth long form, TechRepublic and ZDNet are true believers. Here's our approach to the renaissance of in-depth journalism.
Geekend's own Jay Garmon tag teams with professional geek rocker John Anealio to name the 10 best sci-fi rock albums that mainstream music ever produced.
Striking out on your own can be a terrible proposition. But Greg Miliates, who's been there himself, offers some tips for overcoming those fears and making it work.
Nick Hardiman takes a look at the evolving cloud computing standard. Is an industry-wide standard possible? Who has the authority to issue standards?