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Microsoft has acquired MinecraftEdu and is looking for ways to help develop young problem-solvers with analytical minds. Is this a good idea?
Justin Peters's new book, "The Idealist," takes a deeper look at the historical forces that led to the charges against internet pioneer Aaron Swartz.
At the end of every year, countless workers are missing out on (and letting go of) leave time. TechRepublic asked the experts how both employers and employees can make sure time is used.
Job growth is a key point of discussion among tech startups and the economy. Here are some of the main thoughts driving the conversation.
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.
Beth Noveck, the former director of the White House's Open Government Initiative, spoke with TechRepublic about how the government can take advantage of new technology to become collaborative.
A new study by CompTIA found that many young people are simply uninterested in IT jobs. Here's how that could impact the workforce.
Using robots, underwater iPads, 3D printing, and other new tech, scientists are discovering shipwrecks that are rewriting our history. Read the inside story of the Antikythera and two other breakthrou...
Anne-Marie Slaughter offers an alternate reality check on the future of women, tech, and the workplace
TechRepublic talked to Anne-Marie Slaughter about being honest with women and men about making it, the risks of overlooking women who left the workplace, and taking the longer view on careers.
Technology critic, psychologist, and author Sherry Turkle explains why she's worried about how our digital connections are impacting face-to-face conversations.