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Arca Noae is developing a new full distribution of OS/2 that should ease the pain of upgrading or deploying the OS on modern hardware.
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...
Greg Shultz explores the Ribbon toolbar in Windows 10's File Explorer for recent Windows 7 and Windows XP users.
Greg Shultz laments the lack of color in Windows 10's title bars, but he looks forward to the return of color as evidenced by the Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 10525.
Miguel A. Gamino Jr., the CIO of the City of San Francisco, spoke with TechRepublic about his career history, his work philosophy, and what it takes to keep his city on the cutting edge.
After looking at the preview of Visual Studio 2015, Tony Patton says his overall first impressions of the release are favorable. Here are its standout features.
Alex Howard shares insights on technological innovation gleaned from reading "The Innovators," Walter Isaacson's seminal history of the digital era.
Perhaps best known as the guy who introduced Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak, Bill Fernandez speaks out on Apple's founding magic, how love built the first Mac, and the interface of the future.
As cloud collaboration changes expectations, the music industry is primed for disruption. A new breed of cloud tools is enhancing how artists in separate locations create beautiful music together.
How a tiny fishing village became the gadget factory of the world, and why that's just the beginning of its ambitions
In three decades, Shenzhen has skyrocketed from a remote coastal town to the tech manufacturing capital of the world. Steve Ranger explains how and what it means for the future of China and the world.