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Space agency sees astronauts aboard the International Space Station using 3-D printing to create parts and tools they need.

Kaiser Permanente partners with Apigee to make information about its facilities available for mobile app developers.

Reported licensing agreements with major music companies set the stage for Apple to challenge Google, Rdio and Spotify.

Company may hire up to 1,600 to staff new site, which will serve as base for new business ventures in areas including TV production and book publishing.

Tighter procurement rules have saved the British government £10 billion in the last three years through savvy purchasing of everything from IT to cellphone services.

After stabilizing over the last few months, Windows 8 adoption fell off a cliff in May. Can Windows 8.1 turn things around this summer?

Microsoft announces in-memory-enhanced Microsoft SQL Server 2014, supports hybrid cloud with Windows Server and System Center upgrades.

Debuting at Computex this week, ultrabooks with instant-on capability and all-day battery life will be more competitive with smartphones and tablets.

Software industry trade group urges policymakers to resist rules and regulations that curb data collection and analysis.

More than 50% of parents believe schools should make added use of mobile devices in education, new survey finds.

MIT's Sloan School of Management is one of several universities using AvayaLive Engage to meld real and virtual classrooms.

Critics say Oracle hasn't done enough to address ongoing security and code quality problems in the Java browser plug-in.

Watch out Google: Asus makes a play to own the entry-level Android tablet space, blurs line between smartphones and tablets.

State Street, Unisys, GE Capital, KPMG and Leaseplan lead list of companies recognized as E2 Social Business Leaders.

Appthority Portal gives customers greater granularity in determining and responding to mobile risk factors.

Enterprise software landscape is changing dramatically, driven by rapidly evolving customer needs and a growing list of technology providers ready to answer them.

Physicians in Colorado HIE ordered fewer lab tests and the same number of imaging tests, but costs remained constant.

With 17 applicants for every available IT apprenticeship position in the U.K., government leaders encourage employers to add more opportunities.

Saul Alinsky's controversial teachings changed slightly to apply to competitors and the business of technology. The first of two parts.

Drill down on the latest trends in the IT labor market for job seekers and employers and get expert advice from an IT recruiter.

By bringing the world of content to the world of technology, they transformed media and entertainment.

Major U.S. tech firms including Google, Facebook, Twitter, Microsoft and Yahoo! had rejected now-canned U.K. plan to make them archive user traffic, says newspaper.

Tablets are cannibalizing PC sales -- but while iOS and Android feast, consumers have left Windows RT to starve. Can Windows 8.1 save Microsoft's lightweight OS?

U.K. should follow France's model of public-private investment in broadband infrastructure to bolster its economy, telecom consultants say.

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