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The world's worst wearable tech concepts (so far)

From a wig that buzzes your head with notifications to a bra that tells you when you're overeating, these wearable tech concepts are wacky in all the wrong ways.


Cooler than cubicles: 18 new designs for the office

Sit, stand, lean, curl up – today’s commercial furniture designs let users choose how they want to work.

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5 ways to give IT recognition

IT’s work can be hidden away and therefore ignored. But it can pay to put a spotlight on it.

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9 Linux distros to watch this year

A list of the most interesting Linux distros to keep up with in 2015.

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Cool tech from CES 2015

CES 2015 is off to a strong start. Here is some of the great tech being revealed this year.

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Why crowdfunding open-source projects isn't as easy as you think

Developers dream of a big money bang that will solve all their problems. The reality is more complicated.

11 open source tools for making the most of machine learning

11 open source tools to make the most of machine learning

Tap the predictive power of machine learning with these diverse, easy-to-implement libraries and frameworks

The best office apps for Android

The best office apps for Android

Which office package provides the best productivity experience on Android? We put the leading contenders to the test.

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3D printing medical breakthroughs -- including dog legs

From 3D-printed skin to prosthetic legs for a dog, here are some of the medical advancements that 3D printing has brought about this past year.

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Tech luminaries we lost in 2014

These 23 men and women helped shape the tech industry as we know it.

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2014: The tech year in cartoons

From Satya Nadella’s rise to the top spot at Microsoft to the emergence of 3D printing and the Internet of Things, here’s a look at some of the year’s biggest IT stories from the pen of Computerworld’s editorial cartoonist, John...

6 aging protocols that could cripple the Internet

6 aging protocols that could cripple the Internet

From BGP to SSL, several Internet protocols are no match for today’s malicious hackers -- and should be replaced

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Top 10 tech conspiracy theories of all time

From Wingdings to wage fixing, a leisurely scroll through some infamous IT intrigues

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Weird science: The 10 oddest tech stories of 2014

Online telepaths, culinary AI, criminal drones -- the tech world was full of offbeat surprises this year

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Computerworld's holiday gift guide 2014: Stocking stuffers for $30 or less

Part 3 of our annual holiday gift roundup highlights a group of inexpensive but seriously cool gadgets that will make any tech enthusiast a happy camper.

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Apple's 2014 in 33 stats

Apple's had yet another good year. I've curated 33 stats to show you how good.

A coach on your wrist: Wearable fitness gadgets for everyone

10 fitness trackers and GPS watches you can buy right now

Whether you're training for a race, getting in shape or are just curious about your daily activity, these fitness bands and GPS watches can give you the info and encouragement you need.

Computerworld Holiday Gift Guide 2014 - $30 to $150

Computerworld's holiday gift guide 2014: Nifty tech for $30 to $150

Part 2 of our annual holiday gift guide offers innovative keyboards, useful chargers, a hovering mini-drone and a plethora of other great gadgets to give or get.

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