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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...
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.
The future of big data, the Internet of Things, wearables, and BYOD are among the predictions in this roundup of technology leaders.
These 10 strategies will bring a tailored approach to managing business apps in an increasingly mobile-driven world.
On September 12th, a change in the terms of service at LinkedIn will take effect, allowing users as young as 13 to join the website. Will this be the poison pill that relegates Lin...
Twitter is closing in on its seventh birthday, but some people remain skeptical about its value and usefulness.
The advent of increasingly low-power processors is ushering in an age where computing power is routinely embedded in the world around us. TechRepublic looks at some pioneering rese...
At the National Retail Federation's Big Show this week, every flavor of device seemed to have its place in the enterprise management conversation.
In today's world Wireless Ad-hoc sensor network, consists of small sensor nodes having limited resources, has a great potential to solve problems in various domain including disast...
In the wake of WikiLeaks troubles and battles over net neutrality, one of the founders of The Pirate Bay proposes a parallel Internet. Do you think we need one?