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Cyberwar isn't going to be about hacking power stations. It's going to be far more subtle, and more dangerous.
Nancy Hua talked to TechRepublic about her life as a first-generation immigrant, path through the tech industry, and goals for accelerating innovation through mobile.
When looking for IT leaders, technical and management skills generally top the criteria. However, in many situations, charisma and an ability to relate to stakeholders is equally o...
Companies are madly scouring the planet for developer talent, but often the best engineers already work for you. They're just under-nourished.
With Symantec's recent announcement that anti-virus technology is on the path to oblivion, system managers will need to have a better understanding on how threats are evolving.
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...
Google Fiber has established gigabit internet in three US metro areas, with nine more targeted for the near future. Our research has turned up the metros most likely to be targeted...
Intelligence isn't the only quality you want in a data scientist. Here's how to ensure your team members develop their breadth of knowledge and become more effective.
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.
Building a data science team is difficult enough, but growing one without losing the team's effectiveness is a major challenge. Here's why overspecialization is the wrong approach ...