Editor’s Pick Can we all just agree now that HP is toast? Well … almost.
Editor’s Pick Here are AngelList founder Naval Ravikant’s advice for budding angel investors, and entrepreneurs on the hunt for funding.
Editor’s Pick “Imagine the yoga teacher doing online yoga to 50 people,” Shapiro said. “Think about an audience of 100 million people … for instance buying a subscription for an online Zumba class.”
Guest Post Non-technical wannapreneurs spend so much time searching for co-founders who code. Perhaps that time can be better spent.
Editor’s Pick Nintendo wants the hardcore gamers back and designed the Wii U with them in mind. Only one problem …
Editor’s Pick Controlling a browser with your eyes? Playing a game in a web browser on your smartphone by waving your hands in the air? That and more is the future of the web, according to Google.
Editor’s Pick This is no redesign. It’s a new product with a new purpose and a design meant to evoke emotion. And, if you have the patience to get used to a whole new experience, it’s addictive.
Editor’s Pick Most new social-local apps are a bore, frankly. But most don’t have a CEO who did a couple of tours of duty in Desert Storm, was a chief mechanic for a NASCAR team, and then, after selling a startup, went back to study at MIT.
Guest Post Chances are, if you’re a reasonably successful startup, you’ll eventually face a PR disaster. How you respond can turn that disaster into a marketing opportunity, a bump in the road, or the iceberg that sinks your company.
Editor’s Pick After a week playing with Nintendo’s upcoming new console (plus a sample platter of first- and third-party titles), we’ve noticed a few interesting things the Wii U does — and doesn’t do.
Editor’s Pick Def Con, the famed hacker conference, just celebrated its 20th birthday this year. And to mark the occasion, the conference welcomed something they strictly policed in years prior: a film crew.
Editor’s Pick Treyarch took a risk of shaking up one of the world’s most valuable video game franchises, and it paid off.
Editor’s Pick Our three different reviewers take on separate aspects of Halo 4, the sci-fi first-person shooter for Xbox 360.
Editor’s Pick There is no shame in brushing up on the basics! Christine Herron, director of Intel Capital, advises “Never be ashamed to ask questions.”
Editor’s Pick In the short run, buying Zynga is a better deal than taking over THQ.
Editor’s Pick You’ve got five minutes — the most important five minutes of your life. Everything comes down to this.
Editor’s Pick Game controllers are figuring big in the
Editor’s Pick Venture capital’s gut-call days are over.
Editor’s Pick The world’s best number crunchers did more than predict the outcome of the presidential election. They may have helped a candidate get elected.
Editor’s Pick Cartoonist Scott Adams raises two questions: Is no-one buying Microsoft’s Surface tablets? And is Microsoft on a long slide toward irrelevance?
Editor’s Pick A pervasive myth exists among tech founders: If they build a product that consumers will love, it will magically trickle into Fortune 500 companies.
Editor’s Pick Hermione Way, one of the stars of Bravo’s new reality show “Start-Ups: Silicon Valley,” is a polarizing figure. But she’s just being herself, she insists.
Editor’s Pick In the aftermath of the announcement, I caught up with Pixar’s former CTO, Oren Jacob, for a conversation about the reunion of Lucasfilm and Pixar, two great production houses under the same roof once again.
Editor’s Pick After Microsoft pitched the Surface as the perfect no-compromise device of the future, we found that it was anything but.
Editor’s Pick Flurry-powered apps collect data from more than 700 million mobile devices a month.
Editor’s Pick The latest IDC numbers are out, and Android is by far the undisputed heavyweight champion of the smartphone world. If Android was Mike Tyson, iOS would be Peewee Herman, and everything else is dust on the floor.
Editor’s Pick Summly, available to download for free, reduces full-blown articles into snippets, making it easier to skim the news on a mobile device.
Editor’s Pick In a surprising move, Facebook said it has no plans to build a native app for Microsoft’s just-released Windows 8 OS, the company told VentureBeat today.
Editor’s Pick Windows 8 gaming looks like it will be a success, but the jury is still out on Windows Phone 8 games.
Editor’s Pick Feeling lost in Windows 8? We’ve got some tips and tricks to help you get acclimated.
Editor’s Pick Windows 8 represents the future of Microsoft and the PC itself. Now that it’s ready for purchase, we take a hard look at the OS to help you decide whether you should buy it.
Editor’s Pick Discarded for pennies on the dollar, Digg has a new lease on life, but the rebuilt service is almost unrecognizable to those who loved it before. The new Digg is a single, compelling voice speaking for the Internet at large. But whose voice is it?
Editor’s Pick How did F.ounder’s organizers — a self-described failed entrepreneur, freelance journalist and unemployed asset manager — with no background in technology, convince some of the world’s top entrepreneurs to come to an unknown event at the far edge of Europe?
Editor’s Pick As of today, Imgurians can bypass other social sites like Reddit by submitting their content directly to Imgur’s gallery.
Editor’s Pick Want to cut out sugar or add super-foods to your diet? Now app developers can help. Data curators Factual just added ingredient lists for over 350,000 of the most popular consumer packaged goods (CPGs) and nutrition parameters for over 150,000 of them to its Global Products API.
Editor’s Pick The iPad mini may increase fragmentation, but it is also likely to expand the gaming market, according to many game experts we talked to.
Editor’s Pick There were a LOT of other Apple announcements today: Retina 13″ MacBook Pro, new iPad fourth generation, new Mac minis, new iMacs, new iTunes, and more. But the big deal was the little guy, the iPad mini.
Editor’s Pick The rumors were true. Five million PHP developers will now be able to design and build mobile apps for iOS, Android, Windows Phone, and BlackBerry.
Editor’s Pick You’ve seen our top New York City technology influencers, but we also want to spotlight the top 10 most interesting startups the city has to offer.
Editor’s Pick InfoArmy raises $17.3 million to crowd source business intelligence.