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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.
Software-defined networking is new enough that pinning down its practical use is still difficult to get our heads around. Here is some perspective on SDN from the net admin's point...
In today's fast-moving and IT-centric environment, there are a number of ERP rules that should be observed. Which rules apply will depend on the situation at hand; not every rule ...
From retaining top talent to building a positive public image to innovating despite budget constraints, IT has plenty of obstacles to overcome. Alan Norton provides an overview of ...
Even when you like a software package, certain aspects of it may bug you. Deb Shinder shares her list of the most vexing Office 2010 features.
TechRepublic member dcolbert shares his disgust with Verizon's recent decision to place unsolicited commercial advertisements in the Android OS notification bar. He believes that a...
Despite a common tendency to gloss over the differences, Linux and BSD have a number of characteristics that set them apart from one another. Jack Wallen points out several importa...
Derek Schauland tries out a speech recognition program called NaturallySpeaking that allows you to dictate to your computer rather than type. How well does it work?
SpamStopsHere is a hosted, third part anti-spam solution that uses innovative algorithms to detect spam and zap it before it reaches your servers.
Negativity can kill a project, but the opposite is also true: You can stuff a project with so many features that it's crushed by its own weight.