Editor's Pick Some Tumblr fans want to know how Yahoo plans to avoid the fate of Flickr, Geocities, and other failed acquisitions. So we asked Marissa Mayer.
Editor's Pick BioLite makes a pair of stoves that burn twigs to cook your dinner -- and charge your phone at the same time. It's using sales of a backpacking stove sold in the U.S. to help fund development of a (hopefully) world-changing stove for people in the rest of the world.
Editor's Pick Give me your smart, your educated, your startup founders yearning to build companies?
Editor's Pick Will the Sand Hill Road firms open their check books for you? We caught up with Sequoia Capital's Warren Hogarth and Morgenthaler Ventures' Missy Krasner to dig deeper into their investment thesis.
Editor's Pick The screen size is more limited than any other modern screen, so what is presented on the display must be drop-dead simple. Compared to these challenges, building the tech is a cakewalk.
Editor's Pick In Christmas 2011, Marc Roth fished out a business card for TechShop out of a shelter's garbage bin. Two years later, he's an entrepreneur with a funded laser company, and one of the Maker Movement's greatest success stories.
Editor's Pick Over the last few years media companies and brands have turned to Mass Relevance's social curating platform for plenty of projects, and now the startup said it's hitting some big milestones.
Editor's Pick “We are trying to be the first to build the quantum computer,” says Crow. "When we do it, and we will do it eventually, it’s going to be bigger than the moon landing.”
Editor's Pick While hospital robots sound like the stuff of the future, the technology is already in wide use today.
Editor's Pick Google CEO Larry Page delivered a heartfelt speech at Google I/O today, saying the we've only accomplished 1 percent of what we can in technology.
Editor's Pick We're on the scene and ready to liveblog the heck out of this thing.
Editor's Pick Although Google Glass is still in its early (and annoying) stages, it holds a lot of promise in the medical field -- and entrepreneurs and investors are already salivating at the possibilities.
Editor's Pick a number of enterprising startups that sell big data analysis tools to large companies are seeing explosive revenue growth -- the latest sign the big data gold rush is fully on.
Editor's Pick It's the best Android smartphone I've ever laid hands on -- and possible the best smartphone I've ever used.
Editor's Pick If you walk into a game of Train unaware, you'll be stunned at the way the game makes you feel upon discovering what it is about.
Guest Post Following a naysaying post by Kevin Leu, here are five reasons you won't regret hiring a good PR firm for your startup.
Editor's Pick 3D printed guns may be dangerous and controversial, but they also get to the heart of why 3D printing is such a powerful technology.
Editor's Pick This post was supposed to be my big hands-on review. Instead, all I have to offer is this: Unless your employer tells you otherwise, don't even think about getting Google Glass.
Enterprise software giant SAP has been throwing its hands in the air for years, exclaiming that it is indeed a cloud company. But yesterday, SAP took a big step that shows where the it and its customers are at by …
Editor's Pick In addition to providing a people-powered smart radio service, Piki's new web app offers a good fix for keeping up with songs you hear across other streaming music services.