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Thync is a revolutionary new wearable which provides the capability to control user mood and motivation. Find out what it does and how it works.
Despite email's drawbacks, it appears here to stay for a while. Workshare's Barrie Hadfield says enterprises can fill in the gaps with effective collaboration and document manageme...
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As cloud collaboration changes expectations, the music industry is primed for disruption. A new breed of cloud tools is enhancing how artists in separate locations create beautiful...
How a tiny fishing village became the gadget factory of the world, and why that's just the beginning of its ambitions
In three decades, Shenzhen has skyrocketed from a remote coastal town to the tech manufacturing capital of the world. Steve Ranger explains how and what it means for the future of ...
Automation may be destroying jobs faster than it's creating new ones, but all hope isn't lost. TechRepublic spoke to MIT economist Erik Brynjolfsson on changing the course of the f...
MadeSolid is an Emeryville, California-based startup that is trying to bring 3D printing to the masses by creating high quality materials for the printers themselves.
Robot recipes, 3D printed meals, pocket scanners, touch-screen waiters -- new futuristic technologies are beginning to transform the way we prepare, distribute, and eat our food.
Fairphone has pulled off the impossible by selling a phone that makes social responsibility its flagship feature. Here's the unlikely story of how the team did it, and what's next.
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...