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New book 'Inventology' shows how today's inventors can tap big data, 3D printing, crowdfunding, and more
Pagan Kennedy's book explores how new tech tools like crowdfunding and 3D printing have changed the game for budding inventors.
Clothes, food, and even whole houses are now constructed with 3D printing. TechRepublic talked to 3D printing expert Pete Basiliere for the scoop on trends and predictions in the world of 3D printing.
Big data isn't just for the sexy Silicon Valley startups anymore. Markerstudy is using tools like Hadoop and Spark to speed up analysis and glean new insights.
Spark is booming, but still too hard for mainstream users. The cloud plus visualization could help.
Alice Brooks is an entrepreneur and engineer who designed Roominate, an engineering toy for girls. She talked to TechRepublic about her career, the STEM toy movement, and how she grew a company.
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 business and commerce.
To make analytics faster and more usable, the Interana team built an analytics engine from the ground up. Here's how they built a data analytics tool for the everyman.
Outsourcing business processes to a third party can be a useful way to relieve some pressure on you as a founder. Here are some best practices for outsourcing in the early days.
Professional services firm Deloitte released its annual technology trends report on Tuesday. Here are the top takeaways for TechRepublic readers.
The frenetic innovation in web application frameworks may be frustrating for developers, but it's necessary.