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Find out how big data and Internet of Things contribute to smart manufacturing automation, which may benefit everyone in the supply chain.
Hardware engineer Andrew 'bunnie' Huang on how his path to building an open source computer started with a childhood fascination with the Apple II and why we need to rediscover ope...
The "right to record" will gain even more attention as smartphones, wearables, and social media usage increases. Alex Howard believes this will lead to the emergence of a "sousveil...
According to Patrick Gray, the "invasion of things" is already underway. Make sure your organization is prepared to use the new technology to its advantage instead of struggling to...
The Internet of Things has emerged as one of IT's hottest trends of 2013. We have a great set of resources to help you figure out how it can help your business.
Enterprise developers who work in environments that embrace BYOD need to be aware of the issues they might face relating to authentication, screen sizes, security, and more.
Marco Fioretti takes you through the steps for writing the code that allows you to take advantage of the Surfraw tool for automating queries to websites.
Even if your users are familiar with the Office 2007 interface, they're going to have questions about Office 2010 features and functionality. This list will help them find some of ...
One the most important things to do when you first start using Twitter is to develop a good list of people to follow. Here is a big head start for technology professionals: A list ...
Get highlights about a critical Firefox SSL flaw, ATL vulnerabilities, ActiveX flaw, Rx (LINQ to Events) in .NET 4, STM.NET, the Rails BugMash event, Digg's theory of browser compa...