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iPass is a Wi-Fi service which can help you get online via a number of available hotspots. Read about the author's experience reviewing the product.
The release of Microsoft SharePoint 2016 brings some benefits for mobile users and marks another positive mobility shift for Microsoft.
Apple's new Watch is more than a fashion statement or just a fancy new gadget. With a few tweaks, the Watch proves a powerful partner helping navigate the typical business day.
Yasmine Mustafa, the founder of ROAR for Good, a wearable for women's self defense, told TechRepublic her story of immigration and how she found her entrepreneurial spirit.
For startups shopping for VC money, targeting an acquisition is one of the primary options for an exit. To help pick your targets, TechRepublic has broken down how the top 10 tech giants approach M&A.
Thus far, the Apple and IBM partnership announced last year has focused on 10 apps for verticals, with more coming in 2015. Now, a new report says IBM will be adding horizontal enterprise apps as well...
Google's Miles Ward tells us how Google plans to let its cloud customers run like Google... for less.
Learn about BlueData's turn-key solution that creates an Amazon EMR-like self-service consumption model for big data infrastructure in private data centers.
Anu Duggal, founder of F Cubed, a VC fund for women founders, talked to TechRepublic about her strengths as an entrepreneur and what she learned from starting companies in India.
Apple's iPhone 6 is catching up to Android in some ways, and presenting new challenges in others. Here are three ways Google can improve Android to compete with the latest iPhone and iOS.