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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...
Of the 10,000-plus staff at the Government Code and Cypher School during World War II, two-thirds were female. Three veteran servicewomen explain what life was like as part of the ...
As sensor tech and IoT grows, firms need to enhance their capacity to collect data and derive business-critical information via analytics. Find out how in our Q&A with Savi SVP And...
The Ubuntu Phone release is upon us, and Jack Wallen discusses how this device could succeed as easily as it could fail.
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Google is clearly hoping to reinvent how you use email, but to what end? Will Inbox become the default client for Android? The answer is in your hands.
Automation may be destroying jobs faster than it's creating new ones, but all hope isn't lost. TechRepublic spoke to MIT economist Erik Brynjolfsson on changing the course of the f...
Ford has used technology to recreate itself as a 21st century car company. Now it wants to build new experiences and innovate like a software maker.
A decade ago, the PayPal Mafia played a major role in revitalizing the tech industry in Silicon Valley. The story behind this group of leaders proves that their success is more tha...
Robot recipes, 3D printed meals, pocket scanners, touch-screen waiters -- new futuristic technologies are beginning to transform the way we prepare, distribute, and eat our food.