9 NoSQL Pioneers Who Modernized Data Management
The folks profiled here are tackling data management for the Internet Age, helping us all understand what can be done with a mass of unstructured information. See how their work has transformed the way we handle databases.
3D-Printed Microscopic Fish Might Cure Disease
Nanoengineers (yes, that's a thing) from UC San Diego have created microscopic fish powered by hydrogen peroxide that use magnets to steer themselves. Here's how they can help keep us healthy.
Google: Your Searches Could Land You A Job Here
Google is targeting people for job offers based on their search activity. It's certainly a way to attract people with an inborn curiosity and willingness to investigate unusual things (and no fear of malware).
Podcasts, Presentations: Help Your Users Improve Quality
Our hands-on demo of the iRig Mic Studio shows a tool that can help your users make better podcasts and video presentations. It's a toolset that will allow trainers, executives, sales, and marketing professionals to put a studio in their backpacks and create good recordings from almost anywhere they happen to be.
10 Highest Paying Computer Science Programs
Computer science majors from these 10 schools can expect to earn the most by the time they reach the middle of their careers, according to data from Payscale.com. See how your salary stacks up.
7 Hot Hackathons Worth Watching
Whether or not you're a developer, hackathons offer a lot to pique your interest. Take a look at seven hackathons that showcase the breadth of topics and creativity you'll find at these events.
Tesla Engineer Jumps Ship To Join Apple
Apple is adding another senior automotive engineer -- this time from Tesla -- to its roster of people working on the closely guarded Project Titan autonomous vehicle project.
Join Me On Mars
NASA wants to take your name to Mars so you can be a part of the next great phase of space exploration.
10 Mobile Games To Ease Your Commute
As summer draws to a close, we highlight 10 recent and upcoming mobile games that will help you ease back into your hectic worklife and face the fourth quarter with a smile.
Intel CEO Sees A Bright Future For IoT, Developers
Tiny computers, real-time depth sensing, and breakthrough memory technology are among the innovations featured at this year's Intel Developer Forum. CEO Brian Krzanich detailed how connected devices will change the way we all do business.
7 Hot Advances In Email Security
Despite gaping security holes, email is too entrenched in business communications to go away. Consider these 7 ways to bolster email security and help IT admins sleep easier at night.
Amazon Report: How Bezos Should Respond
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos said he doesn't see the dystopian workplace described in a New York Times expose. That doesn't mean it's not there. Let Amazon be judged by how it treats the least among its workers.
12 Questions To Ask Before Accepting An IT Job
The corporate culture in which you're working is as important as the work you're being asked to do. Here are 12 questions to help you figure out what kind of workplace you'd be walking into before you accept your next job offer.
10 Reasons Why Google Alphabet Exists
Google has been restructured, and the iconic brand now falls under an umbrella organization called Alphabet. But why? There has to be more to this story.
Apple TV Streaming Service Delayed Until 2016
It looks like an important part of Apple TV's revamp has been delayed. Media conglomerates and Apple are stuck in place after months of negotiation rights to streaming live TV to Apple customers.
10 Google Doodles You've Missed
Google doodles mark major holidays like Christmas and St. Patrick's Day, but they also celebrate the Eiffel Tower and the start of asparagus season.