Editor's Pick Instead of spending my time interviewing the extremely long line of people waiting to purchase an iPhone 5 today, I decided to check out what was going on over at the Microsoft Store, which is conveniently located on the same block as the Apple Store in Austin, Texas.
Editor's Pick Dan Gilbert is a billionaire entrepreneur, pro sports team owner, and massive real estate investor. He also personally runs employee orientation for new employees of his more than 50 businesses.
Editor's Pick At today's big iPhone 5 launch at the flagship 5th Avenue Apple Store in New York, the number of marketers and hired hands rivaled the scores of people actually waiting in line for the hyped smartphone.
Editor's Pick The BioWare doctors knew that it wasn't about winning or losing the game. It was about how you behaved along the way.
Editor's Pick When Salesforce.com acquired Buddy Media for $689 million, it made a major step toward cashing in on those untapped marketing dollars.
Editor's Pick Developers are already releasing their own gift and loyalty card apps for Passbook -- an app that puts your loyalty cards, coupons, boarding passes, event tickets, and more on the iPhone. The app launched today, alongside iOS 6, Apple's latest mobile operating system.
Editor's Pick Today, devs are getting the same level of access the Library of Congress got when it started archiving and storing all Twitter data. Only this time, it's commercially available.
Editor's Pick Money can't buy you love, the Beatles told us. Neither can $33 million in venture capital and massive celebrity endorsements from stars like Jimmy Fallon, Snoop Dogg, Julia-Louis Drefus, Alicia Keys, and Jim Carrey.
Editor's Pick MyBreastCancerTeam is the Facebook, Twitter, Yelp, Reddit, and Pinterest for women with breast cancer
Editor's Pick How much longer will Silicon Valley stand by and watch the "silicon" part of its name get washed away like so much sand?
Editor's Pick Twitter CEO Dick Costolo made a fluffy and flustered appearance on The Today Show Tuesday morning to introduce the masses to the all-new, more personal, more consistent Twitter.
Guest Post Pretty much every piece of electronics we use today is sourced and manufactured within 100 miles of Shenzhen, and Hua Qiang is the city's electronics shopping district.
Editor's Pick Any time anyone can make something suck less, there's a good chance of finding a valid business model. Even when you're competing with Google.
Editor's Pick Zynga alleges EA tried to get it to collude on not hiring each others' employees.
Editor's Pick Debate raged at TechCrunch Disrupt over whether technology startups can unseat the powers-that-be.
Editor's Pick Jack Dorsey confessed something on stage here at Techonomy Detroit today: He hacked into the world's largest dispatch company's email system in order to get a job.
Editor's Pick If you're considering launching your startup at a tech conference like Disrupt or DEMO, here's how to do it right.
Editor's Pick Legendary venture capitalist Tim Draper is worried about America running out of heroes. And he's not talking about Superman or the Hulk.
Editor's Pick Three startups' apps cover the entire scope of a relationship, from finding one another (I-UM) to dating and sharing sweet nothings (Between) all the way to when you're ready to get married (MerryMarry).
Editor's Pick An all-star panel, with Electronic Arts' CEO John Riccitiello and entrepreneurship professor William Sahlman, said the U.S. is falling behind in economic competitiveness.