Guest Post We need more open competition among bidding vendors to keep this from happening again — to ensure that we actually get the “best and brightest”, and not the most bloated and expensive.
Editor’s Pick “Two years ago, [open-source hardware] sounded like a crazy mangling of apples and oranges,” said Facebook’s Frank Frankovsky. “We’re just at the beginning of open-source’s impact on the hardware business.”
Editor’s Pick Lumen View Technology filed a “Motion for Protective Order” to prevent FindTheBest, an e-commerce company it sued for patent infringement, from publicly sharing details about the case.
Editor's Pick In its run-up to IPO, Twitter has built ad tools for geotargeting and retargeting as well as ad products for the music industry and the TV industry. It’s built an Ads API for partners, and even bought an ad exchange to broaden access to its massive 500 million tweets per day inventory.
Editor's Pick In one of her first interviews since launching Ouya, the Kickstarter-darling Android game console, chief executive Julie Uhrman tells all.
Editor’s Pick Hundreds of thousands of people rushed to Healthcare.com by accident on Oct. 1, when the United States government launched its online health exchange — at a very similar domain.
Editor's Pick Updated: Oct. 25, 9:45 with information about MacBook Airs and what Apple is doing
Guest Post Developers have a lot of choices when it comes to real-time data. It’s smart to investigate your options to find the right fit for your next app.
Editor’s Pick We wrap up our exclusive series with a look at the new components on the DualShock 4, plus its design and weight.
Editor’s Pick “We designed this for the common case of whipping through billions of data points,” said New Relic CEO Lew Cirne. “We had to totally change how we collect data to do this.”
Editor's Pick Soon, common folk like you and me will be able to invest in the startup (or small business) next door.
Guest Post An op-ed from former White House chief technology officer Aneesh Chopra on the creation of new private sector services to improve our nation’s health.
Editor’s Pick In part three, we examine how the face and shoulder buttons have changed (all for the better, by the way) for the DualShock 4.
Editor's Pick The iOS 7.03 update that Apple released today completely fixes Apple’s iPhone 5S sensor problems.
Editor’s Pick In part two of our exclusive look at the PlayStation 4 controller, we see how Sony improved upon the things that will help you move, steer, aim, and more in the next generation.
Editor’s Pick A “tech surge” is underway to fix the error-plagued HealthCare.gov. Sources familiar with the matter say the government needs a focused “IT swat team.”
Editor's Pick URBAN TxT, a Los Angeles program teach young minority kids to build iPhone apps, open-source technologies, and Facebook apps, is raising $100,000 via nonprofit crowdfunding site Razoo to help black and Latino kids avoid gangs, learn to code, and stay in school.
Editor’s Pick An exclusive look at every detail on the PlayStation 4 controller. In part one, we look at the sometimes weird options Sony didn’t pick for the DualShock 4.
Editor’s Pick The first major investment from Mark Zuckeberg’s education fund? Panorama Ed, a polling company started by a Yale student in his college door room.
Editor’s Pick If you ever wondered why reporters are bitter, joyless black holes, this waste of 1s and 0s is why. Take your anti-nausea meds and prepare to lose your faith in humanity.
Editor’s Pick If you’ve ever managed a site, launched a Facebook page, run a Twitter campaign, or tried to sell anything via Google AdWords, you know one of the key challenges of analytics:
So much data, so little knowledge.
Editor’s Pick Veeva Systems is a dark horse! With only $4 million in venture capital, the cloud company reached profitability in three years. The company made its debut on the public markets today.
Guest Post I’m sick and tired of hearing about “lean startups.”
Guest Post Here are 7 of the most common mistakes made by companies when recruiting engineering talent.
Editor’s Pick Judge holds TradeKey liable for removing thousands of counterfeit listings from its e-commerce site.
Editor’s Pick Microsoft isn’t sure if it will ever unload Xbox One’s visuals into the cloud, but it anticipates that the system will last longer thanks to its Xbox Live Compute system.
Editor’s Pick Here are seven promising startups we saw at last week’s Capital Factory demo day:
Editor’s Pick Experts predict that federal and state agencies will have no other choice but to adopt modern, cloud-based technology.
Editor's Pick The Galaxy Gear is like a mirror reflecting Samsung’s own strengths and weaknesses.
Editor's Pick Facebook and Twitter may dominate discussions about mobile native ads, but Airpush says it’s about to steal some of their thunder.
Editor’s Pick Rich Hilleman, chief creative director at Electronic Arts, thinks players should be able to skip to the ending.
Editor's Pick Break out the brats and beer: mobile security company Lookout Mobile just announced another huge distribution partnership with Deutsche Telekom — and received $55 million from the German telco and Peter Thiel.
Editor’s Pick Step away from Los Santos and play these games to wipe the slate clean.
Editor’s Pick These 4 CEOs are all skilled coders, but they spend little-to-no time actually writing code. The ability to code, however, is an important part of their ability to grow their startups and effectively lead their teams.
Guest Post Despite Google’s claim that it is merely looking out for the wellbeing of its users by hiding keyword data, Google doesn’t hide the data if you pay for it. That is, if marketers place paid ads in Google Adwords for their keywords, Google will pass along visitor keyword data.
Editor’s Pick Uncharted Play is the company behind SOCCKET, a soccer ball that generates energy as you play.
Editor’s Pick While ZendCon buzzed about agility, DevOps, and APIs, we wanted to ask IBM about something a bit more accessible: the company’s legal dispute with the CIA and its ongoing feud with Amazon.
Editor’s Pick Michelle Zhou’s social analytics tool can figure out your deep personality profile based your public comments.
Editor’s Pick Thousands of people are sharing genetic information on social media sites. Our in-depth report delves into the privacy risks.
Editor’s Pick NYC-based Melba is building a network of fine dining restaurants where diners pay for fixed price meals in advance online — no decision-making, waiting around, or transacting, so you can sit back and enjoy the experience.