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The big game's proximity to Silicon Valley and the state-of-the-art design of Levi's Stadium mean that the event will be the most technologically advanced in history.
Tech is behind the unruly US presidential campaign of 2016. The establishment has lost control. Joe Trippi explains how this could be the most technologically innovative election in history.
This is the year you start getting fit. And what better way to manage your efforts than with an app for your Android smartphone? Here are five fitness-centric tools to jump-start your fitness plan.
Running a campaign is like running a business. Technology decisions matter. The campaigns that master digital strategy are going to gain an important edge in the 2016 presidential election.
Open source developers submit their apps and watch them fall into obscurity. Jack Wallen believes the solution for that lies in the hands of both the developers and a unified package manager.
Facebook CTO Mike Schroepfer on how the social network is building machines that will help us plan our daily lives.
Microsoft has made significant changes to the way it will report financial results in the future. The changes will have a major impact on how stakeholders view the company.
Traditional BI is far too slow to be of use to machines. Matt Asay explains.
Many people know about IBM’s Watson because it won the Jeopardy! TV game show back in 2011. If that were all, Watson would be impressive enough. After all, it bested two all-time J...
On May 28 and 29, Google hosted its I/O developer conference at San Francisco's Moscone Center West. Here are the top takeaways from the keynote address.