Articles tagged "silicon valley"
The well-respected security analyst analyzing the Snowden documents, on the dangerous trade-offs we make on the Internet.
In Silicon Valley, we're not the real customers.
How I lived on nothing but Soylent, the futuristic food replacement, for 30 days straight.
Anna Eshoo passes off a lame zinger about Amazon and eBay's resistance to crashing.
There's already an undercurrent of resentment in Silicon Valley and the Bay Area, a feeling that tech runs everything and that those not involved are mere plebeians.
Tech titans search for the Fountain of Youth.
An ex-NSA analyst tells us why he left the spy agency for a startup.
It’s a rare political moment for the nation’s tech capital, as the techno-libertarian fantasy of keeping government at arm’s length crashes into the hard realities of the government’s dragnet data collections.
A protip for Silicon Valley: Stop treating homelessness like a buggy app.
With a basement-hacked food replacement and a Google-backed lab burger, Silicon Valley is getting serious about the future of food.
21-year-old Lucas Duplan raised the largest seed round ever for his mobile payments app.
Halliburton 2.0 has most likely already been founded.
“I don't want you to be droned, I don't want you to be detained, and I also don't want your email to be looked at by a politician's choice,” Paul said at Google.
Google's down to drop a cool billion bucks just so competitors can't play.
Blueseed is billed as the “Googleplex of the Sea,” a perpetual hackathon.
Meet the new cutting edge.
Today, as the second bubble slowly deflates, the network has evolved from curiosity to necessity, and as such is under greater threat than ever before.
The eggheads in America's tech epicenter are getting serious about sustainable food.
Hey, you all seem like the kind of folks who'd be interested in a free trip to San Francisco for an insider's look at Silicon Valley. Our friends over at General Assembly have managed, likely thro…
Our college education system is busted. State universities are horribly underfunded. Education's expensive. Robots want your future job. But it’s cool, because Silicon Valley is on the case.
In the beginning, Google was not going to be evil, Mark Zuckerberg said he cared about your privacy, and Twitter still dared to change the world, that curious abbreviated messaging platform that became “the SMS of the Internet.” The only rule - t…