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3D printing has always had a problem with speed. Techniques that involve continuously printing layers and rapidly heating materials have moved the needle a bit—but it’s still too slow to be useful for a number of mainstream applications.
Our days are filled with a constant stream of decisions. Most are mundane, but some are so important that they can haunt you for the rest of your life.
A recent study from Columbia University found that...
Forget about sophisticated international hackers or even malicious ex-employees with an ax to grind – the No. 1 thing you need to worry about when it comes to keeping sensitive info safe is employees who can’t mind their own business!
If a local tech industry critic has his way, San Francisco could become the first US city to ban its agencies from using facial recognition technology.
Aaron Peskin, a member of the city’s Board of Supervisors, proposed the ban Tuesday as part of...
Facebook's spat with Apple on Wednesday shows it can't stay out of trouble. But the social network seems immune to scandals as well.
Monthly active users -- the number of people who log on to Facebook every month -- rose 9 percent year over year to 2.32 billion in the fourth quarter, which ended Dec. 31. User growth is crucial for Facebook, which makes its money by selling advertising targeted to user interests.
T certifications can boost your career, but it’s not always easy to tell which certifications hold the most value for your resume. Moreover, the pay associated any given certification can fluctuate based on business interest in the credential and the supply of IT pros who hold it. To help gauge certification values...