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Jack Wallen believes the latest release from LibreOffice might be the best yet... even with an aging UI. Do you think this flagship office suite is ready for the masses?
After meeting through Girls Who Code, two high schoolers made a video game to raise awareness about women in tech and society's menstrual taboo, and it's now available as an iPhone...
Rachel Tipograph was Gap's youngest executive. Now she's bringing her digital and social insights to a brand new venture of her own.
Adaptive filtering constitutes an important class of DSP algorithms employed in several hand held mobile devices for applications such as echo cancellation, signal de-noising, and ...
These do-it-yourself platforms allow developers or designers to create mobile apps at a fraction of the cost a third-party would charge. See which one is right for your shop.
Robot recipes, 3D printed meals, pocket scanners, touch-screen waiters -- new futuristic technologies are beginning to transform the way we prepare, distribute, and eat our food.
Where do our cell phones and laptops go to die? Here are 10 things to know about the growing electronic waste problem and how to properly recycle these items.
In this paper, the authors used inverted list based approach for generating safer path and effective communication in DSR protocol. Some nodes in network can participate more frequ...
Office 365 was already the better value, but Office for iPad is the cherry on top that clearly sets it apart from buying the traditional Microsoft Office desktop suite.
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.