After years of going overseas, American companies are starting to make things in the U.S. again. At the same time, many citizens are getting their hands dirty with DIY projects. This could be the start of something beautiful.
Kaz Hirai tells D11 audience that the PS4′s initial target is gamers.
Although it doesn’t now make any money, Pinterest is experimenting with plans to monetize its service — though it is wary of commodifying people’s passions, founder Ben Silbermann says.
Editor’s Pick Serial entrepreneur and “PayPal mafia” member Max Levchin’s new pregnancy app is a promising application of big data to real-world problems.
While others might see tech companies as competing with the media, Twitter chief executive Dick Costolo doesn’t see things that way.
He might be the calm, steady hand that Apple needs right now. But with Apple stock down 36 percent from its peak, he’s not what Wall Street wants. Here’s what he should do.
Guest Post Bigger than the question of morality over offshore taxes, should be the question of global competitiveness and encouraging domestic innovation.
Apple chief executive Tim Cook made a pitch for tax reform. Simplify the code, and make it easier to bring overseas profits home, and companies like Apple will bring job-generating revenues back to the U.S.
Lisa Jackson, the former administrator of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, will be joining Apple, the company’s chief executive Tim Cook announced today.
Apple CEO Tim Cook is not at all worried about Android’s increasing market share — or so he says.
D11 is just getting started, and we’ve got the schedule of speakers — plus photos of all the swag you’d be getting if you were here.