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Ryan Spoon, a senior vice president of product development at ESPN, spoke with TechRepublic about his unique career path, how his team builds products, and how swimming for Duke Un...
Intel engineer Patty Lopez talked to TechRepublic about her winding career path, advice for computer science students, and getting more Latinas in technology.
Alex Howard thinks 2015 will be a big year for digital government services and identity in the US. He also profiles the startup ID.me, which will provide identity software for Conn...
The next generation of mobile technology, 5G, is beginning to take shape. Here's what it's trying to accomplish and how. And, why 5G could be the last standard we ever need.
Businesses ask why graduates in the UK enter the jobs market without the required technology skills, while the US manages to produce IT workers ready-made for the industry.
The demand for entrepreneurial skills have never been higher. Here are four ways to figure out what you need to succeed as an entrepreneur.
Venkat, the lead engineer behind FirstBuild, GE's first open source microfactory, talked to TechRepublic about the importance of failure, his thirst for knowledge, and staying curi...
Degree or no, demand for coding talent continues to make it easier for hopeful programmers seeking a job. However, landing the gig might not be the biggest challenge for those on n...
Google Fiber has established gigabit internet in three US metro areas, with nine more targeted for the near future. Our research has turned up the metros most likely to be targeted...
General Electric is looking to students, entrepreneurs, and makers to co-create the products of the future. We look at what it means for the contributors.