Editor’s Pick Developers are swept up in the energy of Apple’s WWDC, but were a little disappointed with yesterday’s keynote releases.
Editor’s Pick Tbis app will track where your family members are without draining your phone battery.
Editor’s Pick Apple is holding one of its most anticipated events today, and we’re live at Moscone watching for Mac hardware updates, iOS 7, and maybe even Apple’s radio product.
Editor’s Pick Just because your company doesn’t allow the government to access your servers directly, or you’ve never heard of any data collection program called PRISM, doesn’t mean you’re not a part of it.
Editor’s Pick The current iteration, IP version 4, has its roots in 1980, around the time when people like Ken Olsen, founder of Digital Equipment Corp, still said stupid stuff like: “There is no reason for any individual to have a computer in his home.”
Editor’s Pick Google filed a petition resisting government requests to provide private information about its users, but last week a U.S. judge rejected the petition and ordered the company to comply with secret demands.
Editor’s Pick One of sad realities about our super connected digital age is while technology makes it easier for us to communicate, it also makes it easier for third parties to snoop on our conversations.
Editor’s Pick It may seem silly for an audio-only radio service to worry about its presence on devices primarily used for video, but there are a few reasons why Pandora is interested.
Editor’s Pick We have the technology — we just need to combine them to create a Star Trek-like virtual-reality experience.
Editor’s Pick In the U.S. startup landscape, there is no shortage of business-focused startups. From a cursory look, it appears Europe also has enterprise-startup fever.
Editor’s Pick Intel formally unveils its Haswell-based chips and paints a rosy picture for the PC’s future.
Editor’s Pick Many lean startups focus on building their Minimum Viable Product (MVP), but neglect its equally important complement: The Minimum Viable Segment (MVS).
Editor’s Pick “Mobile analytics is a brand-new field, and no clear winner has emerged yet,” Segment.io cofounder Peter Reinhardt says. “So we made it incredibly easy to try them all.”
Editor’s Pick How will Apple combat the mountain of evidence the Department of Justice has against it?
Editor’s Pick “It’s possible to speed up performance significantly just by picking the right regions,” Shoor says. “Amazon doesn’t share any of this data.”
Editor’s Pick In remarks at D11 today, Musk came across as a visionary leader who, unlike his peers, actually knows what the hell he’s doing and isn’t afraid to say what he thinks.
Editor’s Pick Serial entrepreneur and “PayPal mafia” member Max Levchin’s new pregnancy app is a promising application of big data to real-world problems.
Editor’s Pick Publisher Activision Blizzard has to make a hit with Titan to replace the revenue generated by World of Warcraft.
Editor’s Pick Android’s market share is a joke, and most tech writers aren’t getting the punchline.
Editor’s Pick The game known only under the codename Titan has been delayed. The publisher is redeploying about 70 developers to other projects.
Editor’s Pick Over half of doctors in the U.S. have now ditched paper-based systems in favor of electronic health records (EHRs). Will this drive down health care costs?
Editor’s Pick Still have questions about BioShock Infinite? Maybe this will help.
Editor’s Pick Before becoming CEO of a tech company, Bill Hustad served in the Marine Corps and developed a unique set of skills and expertise also apply to being a successful entrepreneur.
Editor’s Pick Source confirms that Intel has scored a big win for its mobile processor business.
Editor’s Pick As E3 looms, the console makers need to figure out which audiences matter to them and how to embrace the full possibilities of going digital.
Editor’s Pick “I am not an unfair person,” Apple CEO Tim Cook told lawmakers yesterday. “Apple is not an unfair company.”
Editor’s Pick It’s more a powerful home theater PC than it is a game console, making it a great tool for bringing Microsoft’s services into your living room.
Editor’s Pick One aspect of the new Xbox One really gets me fired up: Game developers should now be able to use Microsoft Azure’s cloud computing platform to make games more powerful than ever.
Editor’s Pick Xbox One will work with used games — but at what cost?
Editor’s Pick Despite the obvious flexibility and cost savings of cloud technologies, health care providers are treading carefully — largely because of security concerns.
Editor’s Pick Some Tumblr fans want to know how Yahoo plans to avoid the fate of Flickr, Geocities, and other failed acquisitions. So we asked Marissa Mayer.
Editor’s Pick The goal is to move continuing medical education, known as “CME,” to an online space so that it’s not confined to auditoriums and conference halls.
Editor’s Pick BioLite makes a pair of stoves that burn twigs to cook your dinner — and charge your phone at the same time. It’s using sales of a backpacking stove sold in the U.S. to help fund development of a (hopefully) world-changing stove for people in the rest of the world.
Editor’s Pick Give me your smart, your educated, your startup founders yearning to build companies?
Editor’s Pick Will the Sand Hill Road firms open their check books for you? We caught up with Sequoia Capital’s Warren Hogarth and Morgenthaler Ventures’ Missy Krasner to dig deeper into their investment thesis.
Editor’s Pick The screen size is more limited than any other modern screen, so what is presented on the display must be drop-dead simple. Compared to these challenges, building the tech is a cakewalk.
Editor’s Pick In Christmas 2011, Marc Roth fished out a business card for TechShop out of a shelter’s garbage bin. Two years later, he’s an entrepreneur with a funded laser company, and one of the Maker Movement’s greatest success stories.
Editor’s Pick Over the last few years media companies and brands have turned to Mass Relevance’s social curating platform for plenty of projects, and now the startup said it’s hitting some big milestones.
Editor’s Pick “We are trying to be the first to build the quantum computer,” says Crow. “When we do it, and we will do it eventually, it’s going to be bigger than the moon landing.”
Editor’s Pick While hospital robots sound like the stuff of the future, the technology is already in wide use today.