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World Domination has long been the battle cry for Linux. But does that cry really hold any relevance these days? Jack Wallen tackles that tireless question to hopefully put it to rest.
Microsoft has acquired MinecraftEdu and is looking for ways to help develop young problem-solvers with analytical minds. Is this a good idea?
Police are now using drones to apprehend suspects and administer non-lethal force: A police chief weighs in
Unmanned aerial vehicles are beginning to occupy our airspace, operated by companies, filmmakers, and hobbyists. A new law in North Dakota places guidelines on use for law enforcement.
No one wants to lose their smartphone. But it happens. And it's far better to be prepared when it does. Here's how to get ready for such a loss.
The Windows 10 release means big changes for the OS. Here's what SMBs need to know.
Curt Savoie: Principal data scientist for the City of Boston. Data philosopher. Wikipedia spelunker.
Boston's Curt Savoie tells TechRepublic about using data to get to know Bostonians, and putting that data back in their hands.
Mickey McManus, a respected connectivity expert, research fellow at Autodesk, and chairman of MAYA, talked to TechRepublic about his work and his passion for humanizing technology.
Smart homes are getting smarter, thanks to more smart devices and integration between them. Jordan Golson reviews the Haiku smart ceiling fan from Big Ass Fans.
Humanity is evolving in many ways thanks to mobile devices. But are all the changes for the better?
There's an app for Android that will completely change the way you interact with links. Jack Wallen introduces you to what should be the default behavior in Android.