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Solar-powered laptops, edible battery power, spray-on solar panels, mini windmills: This may be a game-changing year for clean technology.
Alex Howard has written poignantly about digital government, open data, and much more. He's going to be writing for TechRepublic on the impact of technology on society.
Marco Fioretti addresses the issue of taking scripts written for a Linux-based system and trying to use them on different systems like OS X and Windows.
Thoran Rodrigues charts the progress of the cloud by looking at Gartner's Hype Cycle for Emerging Technologies.
As mobile operators worldwide roll out 4G networks that promise speeds several times faster than 3G TechRepublic looks at the potential benefits of 4G for business and what firms s...
St Catherine's School: Microsoft Software and Slate PCs Foster 21st Century Learning at Leading Independent School
When staff at St Catherine's independent girls school developed their one-to-one learning strategy, they envisaged each pupil using one dedicated tablet device - at home, in the cl...
In today's world communication devices reduce distance between people. Everyone needs devices for easy interaction with world. There are lots of multimedia devices such as mobile p...
Using agile methodology doesn't mean good engineering practices should be thrown out the window. Some documents are essential for any dev effort that has more than 2-3 developers....
Graham Weldon: PHP Community Collaboration Unlocks SQL Server Technologies for Open Source Web App Developers
Microsoft increasingly encourages third-party developers to collaborate with its own engineers to improve Windows and open source interoperability. PHP pioneer Graham Weldon wanted...
If you find the Office screens a bit "loud," switch to a more soothing color scheme. Susan Harkins shows you how.