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Consumer and business technologies have been merging for some time now, but the trend is accelerating. Here are 10 developments worth keeping your eye on.
Solar-powered contact lenses, health-tracking tattoos, and new IBM Watson solutions are some of the major digital trends of 2015.
Jack Wallen takes a look back on the year that might have been one of the more important collection of 365 days yet to be strung together for mobility.
Divya Jain, who leads machine learning at Box, spoke with TechRepublic about her career in technology and how she believes everyone can do something great.
As The New York Times brings new attention to VR, immersive journalism could drive not only changes in the media industry, but mainstream adoption of the technology.
With the acquisition of Havok and its 3D physics engine, Microsoft seeks to secure a spot as a major player in the virtual reality marketplace.
A Gartner survey on Hadoop is encouraging, says Andrew Brust, given that it's not fully in the hands of enterprise users. Here's what he thinks can change that.
NASA's Johnson Space Center told TechRepublic the whole story behind one of the most important tools it uses to train astronauts: virtual reality. Learn how the agency pulled off VR's greatest triumph...
New startup Roar For Good has designed wearable technology for women's self defense, but it's also focused on the broader societal picture: educating young boys and girls about consent and respect.
Canonical plans on migrating Ubuntu to a very different package management system. Jack Wallen explains how Snappy Personal could benefit users of one of the most widespread Linux distributions.