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The 1980s were not just a decade of big hair and neon colors, they actually saw major innovation in software. Take a look at the some of the definitive software pioneers of the decade. By +Conner Forrest 
The 1980s were not just a decade of big hair and neon colors, they actually saw major innovation in software. Take a look at the some of the definitive software pioneers of the decade.
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Google and a group of developers spearheaded GTFS, a format for public transportation schedules and geographic data. Here's what developers need to know to start using the data standard. 
Google and a group of developers spearheaded GTFS, a format for public transportation schedules and geographic data. Here's what developers need to know to start using the data standard.
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You can create animated and interactive HTML content with Adobe Edge Animate CC. After trying two main features of the design software, our reviewer shares his thoughts on whether it's worthwhile.
You can create animated and interactive HTML content with Adobe Edge Animate CC. After trying two main features of the design software, our reviewer shares his thoughts on whether it's worthwhile.
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Many users finally migrated off of Windows XP in the weeks leading up to the expiration of support, but millions of XP systems are still in use by businesses and consumers. By +Tony Bradley 
Many users finally migrated off of Windows XP in the weeks leading up to the expiration of support, but millions of XP systems are still in use by businesses and consumers.
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A good many, myself and hundreds of radio stations among them, simply have some very expensive peripherals for which the makers have not and will not write updated drivers. I can't afford to chuck a $10,000 dollar film scanner.  Thank you Hasselblad. -- And thanks also to Lynx audio.
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+Bill Detwiler gives you a step-by-step guide for cracking open the Amazon Fire TV in this TechRepublic teardown.
Bill Detwiler gives you a step-by-step guide for cracking open the Amazon Fire TV in this TechRepublic teardown.
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Jack Wallen explores the latest Ubuntu release and comes out wow'd by the subtle improvements made to the desktop. 
Jack Wallen explores the latest Ubuntu release and comes out wow'd by the subtle improvements made to the desktop.
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Always worth a download and a test-drive. Not sure it could ever replace Debian for long, though...
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General Electric is looking to students, entrepreneurs, and makers to co-create the products of the future. We look at what it means for the contributors.
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Finding the best person for an IT position requires more than just matching up skills with job requirements. These questions will help you determine how well a candidate can really meet your needs.
Finding the best person for an IT position requires more than just matching up skills with job requirements. These questions will help you determine how well a candidate can really meet your needs.
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GE has launched FirstBuild, a microfactory and open community space in Louisville, Kentucky for students, makers, and engineers to co-create the smart appliances of the future. By +Lyndsey Gilpin 
GE has launched FirstBuild, a microfactory and open community space in Louisville, Kentucky for students, makers, and engineers to co-create the smart appliances of the future.
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Michael Gliedman, CIO of the NBA, talks to TechRepublic about his passion for basketball, music, and pushing the limits of technology. By +Lyndsey Gilpin 
Michael Gliedman, CIO of the NBA, talks to TechRepublic about his passion for basketball, music, and pushing the limits of technology.
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