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This comprehensive guide covers must-know Windows 10 details, like features, system requirements, upgrade options, and Microsoft's new Windows-as-a-service strategy.
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Learn what the man behind 4G wireless networking thinks about the adoption of 5G and some of the challenges involved.
Defending the last missing pixels: Phil Zimmermann speaks out on encryption, privacy, and avoiding a surveillance state
Since writing the PGP encryption software in the 1990s, Phil Zimmermann has been a key figure in the internet privacy debate. With that argument heating up again, his perspective i...
Wireless should not be an afterthought for IoT device manufacturers. The Wireless Research Center of North Carolina helps these manufacturers by serving as a wireless facilitator.
Keeping devices and machines connected is key to the success of industrial IoT. Here's how Waygum built a mobile platform to simplify the process.
Ian J. Kalin, the first chief data officer (CDO) at the Commerce Department, is figuring out how to tie data products and science to a core mission of his agency: enhancing busines...
Technology and science themes once again played a central part in the US State of Union address. Here are five key takeaways from President Obama's 2015 SOTU.
Leyla Seka is the SVP and GM of Desk.com. She talked to TechRepublic about her time in Africa, the changing landscape of Silicon Valley, and the power of a long walk.
Many companies at CES this year had a spot because they were crowdfunded. Here are 8 that got their start by asking the masses for money.