Survey: 3-D printing, IoT and biotech top most disruptive technologies list

Corporate executives have identified three technologies that are rapidly gaining momentum and that are expected to be among the most disruptive to their organizations over the next five years. Those technologies are 3-D printing, the Internet of Things and biotech (and healthcare) IT.

Here's the reason behind the fail of Apple's iPhone 6 live stream

An analyst thinks he has figured out the root cause of the woefully unstable live stream of Apple's iPhone 6 launch. Hint: It wasn't from a lack of bandwidth.

Deadline is September 22 for Fierce15 nominations

FierceCIO is looking for examples of the very best digital transformation initiatives, and will recognize those efforts with the first annual 2014 Fierce15 awards to be announced in October.

First Android apps arrive on Chromebooks

Google unveils the first Android apps that will run directly on a Chromebook device, promises more to come in the months ahead.


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