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Celebrating 50 years of computer science at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology by remembering some of the many ways its faculty, students, researchers and alums have contributed to the discipline
Smartwatches are the 'it' gadgets this summer, and they'll only get hotter as notable new devices become available. Here's a look at the best smartwatches on the market, plus a few that are rumored to be on the way.
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Where the mobile operator tests radio and IT equipment
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The long wait is over – Amazon's phone is official.
UK robotic startups are preparing to pitch in San Francisco next week
A year ago this month the Guardian and Washington Post published the first of Edward Snowden's leaks. Since then, many more revelations have come to light. Here are a look at 10 of the biggest.
Chromebooks are lightweight, inexpensive and efficient -- in other words, great for business travel. But can these cloud-based laptops operate when you're off wifi? Sure they can - here are 15 productivity apps that can work with you when you're offline.
Docker is primed to take IT by storm - and here are six new services to make the most of the open source app-container technology
They claim the San Francisco firm is operating illegally
Programmers are generally well compensated all over the world these days, but these nations pay their developers the most