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iPass is a Wi-Fi service which can help you get online via a number of available hotspots. Read about the author's experience reviewing the product.
Trying to determine the business value of IoT? One expert recommends starting with small projects that can scale.
Learn what the man behind 4G wireless networking thinks about the adoption of 5G and some of the challenges involved.
Defending the last missing pixels: Phil Zimmermann speaks out on encryption, privacy, and avoiding a surveillance state
Since writing the PGP encryption software in the 1990s, Phil Zimmermann has been a key figure in the internet privacy debate. With that argument heating up again, his perspective i...
Ian J. Kalin, the first chief data officer (CDO) at the Commerce Department, is figuring out how to tie data products and science to a core mission of his agency: enhancing busines...
Midas List VC Jenny Lee spoke with TechRepublic about Chinese startups, her experience as a woman VC, and how she went from upgrading fighter jets to investing in tech companies.
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.
Angie Hicks, founder of Angie's List, talks to TechRepublic about starting a business right out of college, staying true to her Midwestern roots, and learning from her employees.
Several critical trends are likely to affect your business in the year to come -- from connected devices to new security concerns to a more demanding and discriminating user base.
Office 365 can be a good fit in certain circumstances. If you're thinking about it, here are the basic facts you need to know before you buy in.