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.
Editor’s Pick MongoDB has now raised more money for its Nosql technology than the two leading vendors of Hadoop combined. Here’s how:
Editor’s Pick Clancy’s military thrillers made you think, and video games based on them were sophisticated fare.
Editor’s Pick The second game in our series is one of the wildest we’ve ever played. Imagine running a starship … with dice.
Editor’s Pick GamesBeat takes you inside Swedish game studio Mojang, maker of the popular Minecraft.
Editor’s Pick Hummingbird shows that the Google of the future will be mobile-focused and question-oriented.
Editor’s Pick Who stands to benefit as a key piece of the Affordable Care Act comes into effect? Health investors, policy-makers and analysts weigh in.
Editor’s Pick Smart investors and entrepreneurs are thinking about the long-term impacts of the Affordable Care Act, the biggest expansion in coverage in nearly 50 years.
Editor’s Pick Can LoLGuides’ Summoner School help struggling players win at League of Legends?
Editor’s Pick These simple, obvious mistakes are ones we make over and over again. Let’s make a deal and just stop, m’kay?
Editor's Pick The Galaxy Gear isn’t a complete disaster — it’s sort of attractive, sort of innovative, sort of futuristic — but it fails to justify its existence.
Editor’s Pick One-in-three of America’s doctors are on Doximity, and that reach is only getting bigger. Now this “Facebook-for-doctors” has released an API and announced more than 50 developer partners.
Editor’s Pick Our own reviewer, plus our industry analyst and a gaming professor, combine to score GTA V the highest out of all of our Threeviews to date.
Editor’s Pick “Miley Cyrus could be the next big tech investor,” Ferriss told me. “Therein lies the promise … and the risk.”
Editor's Pick “DevOps” is one of those buzzwords that nearly everyone in the tech industry feigns to understand. Few people really do. I’ve always thought it sounds like a codename for some kind of covert NSA mission.
Editor’s Pick Google, ad networks, ISPs, browser makers, and mobile OS vendors are fighting a massive — mostly secret — battle for control of the future of the Internet.
Editor’s Pick Imgur now firmly takes its place as one of the top 30 most trafficked websites in the U.S. alongside IMDb, Apple.com, Yelp, Netflix, and AOL.
Editor’s Pick There’s just no love for cheap plastic.
Editor’s Pick Apple has pulled off a masterpiece in the detailed, perfected, refined iPhone 5S. It’s the muchiest iPhone ever.
Editor’s Pick Oracle announced at OpenWorld today that is has added 10 cloud services, directly taking on competitors. Ellison, meanwhile, was watching the America’s Cup.
Editor's Pick Louis C.K. is a gifted orator, and like all gifted orators, he’s really good at saying things that are easy to accept at face value.
Editor’s Pick Practice Fusion raised a $70 million fourth round of funding this morning, a few months after we reported series D talks.
Editor’s Pick Today, one major provision of the JOBS Act went into effect: The end of the ban on general solicitation. One company, TechShop, shows how that could make a major, positive economic difference.
Editor’s Pick The ban on general solicitation has been lifted. Startups can now publicly announce that they are fundraising, but how many of them want to?
Guest Post We asked two brave volunteers to sign up for five online dating services. Did they find love? Or did we just subject them to the most awkward week of their lives?
Guest Post Can you use 23andMe without giving the company all of your personal info? Definitely.
Editor’s Pick VentureBeat caught up with some of Silicon Valley’s power players to gauge their opinions on Google’s new initiative to prolong human life.
Editor’s Pick Gliph bills itself as the only native application in the App Store that supports sending and receiving Bitcoin. Legendary venture capitalist Tim Draper led this seed round.
Editor’s Pick Nine months ago, Ashana Davenport dropped out of high school and didn’t have a home. If you told her that she would have a career in tech, she wouldn’t have believed you.
Editor’s Pick The Node community will decide who is the real force behind Node. Not a group of VCs, not one mouthy reporter, and not a pair of developers who clearly have a lot of passion for the project but little respect for its origins.
Editor’s Pick I’ve been using iOS 7 in various beta forms for the last three months, and it’s the best mobile operating system Apple has ever delivered.
Editor’s Pick FindTheBest is taking a stand and saying “screw you” to patent trolls. The company filed a lawsuit against a patent troll, which sued it for a patent infringement earlier this year.
Editor’s Pick Breaking Bad contains a lot of valuable advice for entrepreneurs. Sure, Walter White may be a terrible boss. But consider this: Steve Jobs was a terrible boss, and look how well Apple did under his leadership.
Editor’s Pick Sol Voltaics plans to begin production of nanotechnology that makes solar more efficient.
Editor’s Pick More established giants should be threatened by Box, but not because the company made a minor product announcement. The strategy, not one small product, is the real threat.
Editor’s Pick The fifth Grand Theft Auto shows that Rockstar Games is once again the master of crafting believable open worlds. But pushing those boundaries comes with a cost.
Guest Post I have come to believe that, yes, the Internet is killing innovation. So let me plant some seeds of doubt in your biased pro-Internet love fest.
Editor’s Pick HasOffers chief sent an e-mail saying his firm has revised a service after it learned it violated Facebook policies.