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2016 promises to be a watershed year for virtual reality as a commercial product. Here's what to expect.
Venture capital remains the fuel that powers the technology industry, but it also suffers from the same gender equality problems. Here's why it matters, and what has to change.
The recent outages of the New York Stock Exchange, United Airlines, and WSJ.com are unfortunate reminders for IT to think about how to prepare for and lead through a major "glitch."
Sukhinder Singh Cassidy, a seasoned entrepreneur and business developer, talked to TechRepublic about her career journey and how she's helping shift the narrative for women in technology.
A flaw in the way HTML content in email is handled in iOS 8.1.2 lets spoof login prompts to be delivered to the user, allowing attackers to harvest sensitive account information.
Most GitHub repositories still don't carry a license. This is a problem. Matt Asay explains why.
While an occasional IT initiative sails through on time and on budget, most are a bit more challenging. Here's how to balance delivering by your target date vs. delivering a fully-functioning product.
Greg Shultz examines Windows 8.1's power settings to help you get the most out of a single laptop battery charge.
Maya Penn is a successful 14-year-old entrepreneur who wants to change the world by using her art and her business to help the planet and getting girls involved in tech.
Android's increasing popularity comes with a price -- malware. Jack Wallen offers up his best practices to help you keep your Android free from malicious software.