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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.
Google finally brings to life the rumors of the Pixel 2. It is coming and Jack Wallen discusses why it is important for Google to think beyond developers.
Midas List VC Salil Deshpande talked to TechRepublic about why he's betting on open source software and what he thinks about the future of IT.
It takes a technical expert to keep the time on thousands of servers closely aligned with each other and with authoritative time sources. FSMLabs automates this process with TimeKe...
The XS Powercard can charge your devices and provide portable storage. Learn about the development and crowdfunding process that is bringing it to the public.
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...
After six years of working as a remote support tech for a managed service provider, Jack Wallen threw in the towel. If you've ever been tempted to quit IT, his reasons may sound fa...
Finland as attempted to stimulate a startup scene with public money while avoiding too much government intervention. They helped establish some hits. Here's how they did it.
Here's an article that makes the process of securing a software development job (which for us usually lands on the .NET/C# side of things) more fun by treating it like the "cheat c...