Editor’s Pick This week isn’t just about Apple vs. Microsoft. It’s about where technology is going.
Editor’s Pick Entrepreneurs flocked to Stanford University to hear Mark Zuckerberg, the T-shirt wearing chief executive, open up about the early days of Facebook.
Editor’s Pick Few other companies have internalized the principles of Eric Ries and Steve Blank — the rapid product cycles, culture of experimentation, and emphasis on customer feedback — more so than Twilio.
Editor’s Pick It only took a few months for Wilfred, a teen from a rough neighborhood in Washington D.C., to begin handing out handwritten business cards with the title “future engineer.”
Editor’s Pick Here’s your chance to ask questions of FAKE GRIMLOCK, a giant robot dinosaur and “lean startup” advocate.
Editor’s Pick Our three different reviewers take on separate aspects of Dishonored, the stealth-action game from publisher Bethesda.
Editor’s Pick What’s going on at Color? No one, not even Color itself, seems to know.
Editor’s Pick The Boston-based Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur are putting high tech into high gear with an initiative to bring cell phones, laptops and other tech products to the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Guest Post San Francisco: the city of weirdos. It’s got such a collection of nerds, hipsters, millionaires, crack addicts, etc. that no one even notices when a random blogger gets repeatedly slapped in the face at a coffee shop.
Editor’s Pick Mark Kaufman and Eric Hauntemont are veteran venture capitalists in the tech world. In 2002, they decided to get out of that fast-paced life and start developing board games. No, seriously.
Editor’s Pick “Big data” isn’t just an enterprise trend. It’s a technological innovation that is already making a difference in your life. Here are ten companies who are helping define this emerging field.
Editor’s Pick The Unfinished Swan is a wonderfully creative game. But can you swallow its ending?
Editor’s Pick The team were “killer smart”, witty and – looking back – a little insecure, just enough to give a feeling of “we can’t screw this up; we can’t let each other down.”
Editor’s Pick The only time you’re likely to see Gawker on Reddit these days is if its in reference to the self-imposed ban many users have placed on all the news organization’s websites.
Editor’s Pick Linden Lab is releasing new “shared creative spaces” outside of its Second Life virtual world.
Editor’s Pick In a city that’s no stranger to startup incubators and accelerators, how do you do something different?
Editor’s Pick Our three different reviewers take on separate aspects of Resident Evil 6, the latest in Capcom’s action-horror series.
Editor’s Pick Peek.com launches to help travelers find and book the best experiences
Editor’s Pick The pioneer behind some of today’s fastest networking technologies makes 10 predictions about the futrue
Editor’s Pick Ya know that beautifully drawn zombie comic you and your friends created that’s like, so much better than The Walking Dead, but failed to sell a single issue at the local comic book shop? ComiXology might be able to help.
Editor’s Pick BlackBerry 10 is late. Late for its originally scheduled release date, and even later to a mobile revolution that some say has already been won by Google and Apple. But the word “late” doesn’t seem to be in RIM’s lexicon.
Editor’s Pick Chris Roberts made the stunning Wing Commander series of sci-fi games in the 1990s. Then he moved on to making movies, but now he is back in games with Star Citizen.
Editor’s Pick Investors discuss what they look for in music startups
Editor’s Pick Three different reviews, three totally different perspectives on the follow-up to casual gaming king Angry Birds.
Editor’s Pick Facebook provides a lot of literature to its users on how the network uses your data. But when people are featured in “personal lube” advertisements and feel wrongly represented, it’s probably a good time to look at how Facebook advertising works.
Editor’s Pick A growing number of people will attest to the rush of donating their hard-earned cash to projects on crowdfunding sites, and tracking them as they build companies or crash and burn. It’s time we took a deep dive into the mentality of the “serial backer.”
Editor’s Pick Vineet Devaiah had already had a long line of successes — a goldstrike at age 15, acceptance into Harvard’s Ph.D program, an acquisition offer from Google. But for some reason, he’s betting his greatest success is yet to come.
Editor’s Pick Platform-as-a-Service is part of the booming cloud computing sector, one area of the cloud that some analysts and developers have overlooked. But recent research shows that PaaS is no longer the ugly duckling of the cloud industry — and that it’s ready to grow quite a bit during the next few years.
Editor’s Pick MySpace might be a joke to many. But it is no laughing matter for Tim and Chris Vanderhook, brothers not grim about the social network’s chances at a full-fledged comeback.
Editor’s Pick Will Harbin says he extinguished a “micro culture” that had exhibited embarrassing and offensive conduct in the wake of a contractor’s claims that he was subjected to racial discrimination.
Editor’s Pick Ray Kurzweil believes that while we are the creators of technology today, tomorrow it will be able to invent itself. And when that day comes, we may, in fact, be screwed.
Editor’s Pick Couchsurfing, a venture-funded B Corp, holds on to its hippie roots.
Editor’s Pick Doing good by the community yields profits, so say the numbers from Raptr’s social network for gamers.
Editor’s Pick Browser-based gaming is a friction-free experience. Artillery hopes to use its technology to turn browsers into game consoles.
Editor’s Pick Early detection of Alzheimer’s means better, faster clinical trials — and soon, life-saving drugs and treatments on the market. Here’s what Neurotrack is doing to help.
Editor’s Pick Yesterday I pulled up the Youtube app on my recently updated iOS 6 sporting iPhone 4S. Or, I tried to.
Editor’s Pick Ray Kurzweil is looking forward to the year 2029. That’s the year he predicts that our technology will be able to think without us.
Editor’s Pick Unlike the last election cycle, the 2012 presidential debates will be available online. You might want to turn off your TV to watch these ones — or at the very least, keep your smartphone or tablet handy.
Editor’s Pick How do you top building the language that’s behind a third of the web?
Editor’s Pick Aiming to remind New Yorkers just how receptive the city is for startups, Mayor Michael Bloomberg stopped by Boxee’s headquarters today to discuss a variety of technology initiatives happening here.