Editor's Pick Series A crunch? There ain't no Series A crunch, just too many inexperienced angels throwing dumb money after bad.
Editor's Pick Seven startups will come together with expert "growth hackers" to address challenges in distribution and acquisition.
Editor's Pick On Tuesday, Enish will make its debut on the Tokyo Stock Exchange. In U.S. markets, such an IPO would be laughable; mobile games are apps or even features here, not legitimate, sustainable businesses.
Editor's Pick In BioShock Infinite, developer Irrational Games presents a nuanced experience of 1912 U.S. race relations.
Editor's Pick At Hardware 2.0, entrepreneurs, investors, and hardware innovators came together to discuss the growing opportunities for hardware startups.
Editor's Pick When parents get on the Internet, suddenly your Timeline is overflowing with bad country songs and embarrassing nicknames. These stats from Facebook break it down.
Editor's Pick NEW YORK CITY -- To celebrate Metallica now being available on Spotify, two former rivals -- Metallica drummer Lars Ulrich and Napster co-founder Sean Parker -- took stage today at a Spotify event to talk about their crazy past and the future of the music industry.
Editor's Pick With the newly signed exclusive streaming deal with Disney, everyone is once again singing the prasies of Netflix. But, it might be too early to determine whether or not the video service will come out ahead as a result of the deal.
Editor's Pick The inevitably low turnout for Facebook's latest governance vote will mean the end Facebook's entire user voting process. It's about time.
Editor's Pick Robot vehicle makes history for the farthest journey by an autonomous vehicle.
Editor's Pick Our three different reviewers take on separate aspects of Call of Duty: Black Ops II, Activision Blizzard's first-person military shooter for the Xbox 360, PS3, Wii U, and PC.
Editor's Pick Though still in their infancy, consumer 3D printers are already been used to create just about everything -- including sex toys.
Editor's Pick The deal isn't exactly a breakup, but it reflects changing conditions in the market.
Editor's Pick The wristwatch tracks your heart rate, sleep habits, and physical activity.
Editor's Pick If you’re not using multi-factor authentication as a company or as a consumer, you really need to start. So say the cloud security geniuses at CloudBeat 2012.
Editor's Pick While consumer-focused companies like Facebook and Zynga exploded, business software startups have been quietly scoring household-name customers with multi-million dollar budgets, kicking legacy players off their pedestal, and filing for higher-than-expected IPOs.
Editor's Pick Facebook members were chatting up a storm about retailers on Black Friday, but did their conversations, "likes," and shares amount to sales?
Editor's Pick It's no secret that first-person shooters -- in all their Hollywood-inspired clamor and spectacle -- don't simulate the realities of war very well. From basic rules of engagement, to gun safety (i.e., don't flag your buddies), and the dynamics of combat, FPSs are more akin to interactive action flicks than a proper recreation of armed conflict.
Guest Post Or, why HTML5 disappointed many developers this year.
Editor's Pick Who says Black Friday has to be about consumer goods? These tech companies are offering discounts on products and services for building businesses, rather than credit card bills.