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A look back at an early computer, the Harwell Witch, that played an instrumental role in the construction of one of the world's first nuclear power stations.
Tesla's massive Powerwall battery promises to be able to take homes and businesses off the grid. Here's a sanity check on how realistic it is, and what it means for the energy mark...
GitHub was the victim of a DDoS attack for six days in March 2015. Here's a look at how the attack was orchestrated, and why GitHub might have been targeted by the Chinese governme...
Thync is a revolutionary new wearable which provides the capability to control user mood and motivation. Find out what it does and how it works.
Natalia Oberti Noguera, founder of the Pipeline Fellowship, talked to TechRepublic about her career, changing the face of angel investing, and being a lesbian Latina in tech.
The trends are gathering around the next forces that will define the technology industry, and it's a safe bet that they will also have an indelible effect on society as a whole.
In 2014, cleantech made a comeback. This year, it's growing into something more realistic, effective, and impactful. Here are 8 trends to watch.
Leyla Seka is the SVP and GM of Desk.com. She talked to TechRepublic about her time in Africa, the changing landscape of Silicon Valley, and the power of a long walk.
TechRepublic featured a lot of companies using technology to do social good this year. Here are 10 of our favorite stories from 2014.
PowerToFly is a new platform that connects women around the world who are looking for remote tech jobs with companies that want to add more diversity.