DevOps, continuous delivery, scrum and agile are all necessary skills in an IT-driven workplace. But how much can certifications in these areas really prove?
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It should be clear to every IT leader in every industry that data is eating the world. The retail sector is no different. And finding the people who can mine the gold out of the vast veins of data running through the retail world is proving particularly challenging.
Facebook says chatbots will change the way businesses communicate with their customers, but will businesses want to put their user communications in the hands of artificial intelligence?
Don't miss a single, gory detail of the presidential election. These sites offer a wealth of graphs, fact-checks, funny takes, and more.
From refrigerators that order groceries to robots that clean house, CES 2016 was full of high-tech appliances that will make our lives a whole lot easier.
IT professionals are more likely to view robotics and other automation as an asset that can free them up from menial tasks than a threat to their jobs, according to a recent survey.
We've put together a spectacular list of gifts that will tickle the fancy of every nerd.
Not sure what to get your Android lovin' pals for the holidays this year? We can help.
So you’ve narrowed the e-reader field to Amazon’s lineup. We’ll help you pick the right model for your needs.
Give your gamer something more than a Hot Pocket and Mountain Dew this holiday season.
With 2016 fast approaching, IT decision makers are eyeing several business technology trends that will shape the New Year.
You needn't worry about our robot overlords just yet, but AI can get you into a world of trouble unless we observe some best practices.
“With each generation the company makes measured, incremental technology improvements to its iPhone line, and this time around those changes are increasing Apple’s per-unit material cost.”
Toyota has been testing a new automated driving test vehicle called Highway Teammate, with the aim of launching related products by around 2020.
It's a common theme of science fiction, robots rise up and take over earth, leaving humans as subservient slaves to their emotionless computer chip brains. But a recent report from Forrester suggests a very different future for robots at work.
These cube-shaped satellites could help people in impoverished or remote parts of the world get long-sought Internet access.
Every NFL player and stadium will be equipped with RFID sensors and receivers, respectively, this football season, allowing the league to track fine-grained location data for every play.
After decades of research, the data needed to cure cancer exists, but, unfortunately, writes columnist Rob Enderle it’s not being shared or analyzed effectively. That may be changing thanks to Intel and Oregon Health and Science University.
People working in Silicon Valley may cry at their desks and may be expected to respond to emails in the middle of the night, but that's the price to work for some of the most successful and innovative tech companies in the world, according to industry analysts.
Spotting a fancy new Tesla on the road might seem novel, but electric cars are nothing new. And, of course, hybrids like the Prius dot the highways. But the emergence of electric cars dates back further than you think. The first ones go back as far as 1880, and they were common into the early 20th century.
Cloud-based software enables vendors to make quick changes based on informed decisions as the market dictates, in real time, instead of waiting till quarter-end to understand what happened.. Read more