Editor’s Pick Once segregated, high tech and fashion are beginning to collide.
St Paul, Minneapolis-based AgePower.org recently launched a program to support entrepreneurs who are building technologies for the fastest-growing demographic in the United States.
Watsi is the first charitable organization to raise a traditional seed round. The company provides small loans to people in need of medical help.
A San Francisco-based agency called 10x Management is among the first to bring a Hollywood agency model to the tech industry.
An unusually high-calibre group of startups debuted at VCIR, which is billed as Colorado’s largest and longest-running tech conference.
Step into the San Francisco offices of Change.org, the online petitioning site that is arming ordinary people with the tools to start revolutions, and you’ll be swept up by the mission.
Would you believe that your typical costume-wearing, drugged-out attendee at Burning Man, is almost as likely to vote Republican as Democratic or Independent? And probably works 9 to 5 in the computers or technology field, the most well-represented profession at the festival?
Seeking relief from back pain, some of the most pragmatic solutions to hit the market were built by tech entrepreneurs in their spare time.
Editor’s Pick Teens in Tech, an annual conference in Silicon Valley, celebrates the elite and high-powered designers and programmers in the industry that are too young to swig a beer.
[vimeo 36575210 w=640 h=376] Skyrim is awesome; Pinterest users need to calm the hell down; and Facebook users need to stay away from the gun cabinet.
[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u5xcmbmcx0w&w=560&h=315] This week, we had Meebo CTO and co-founder Sandy Jen come into the VentureBeat studio to talk about women and tech.
Editor's Pick Even if women and men were graduating in equal numbers from technology and engineering degree programs, the technology industry would still favor men.
[vimeo 29397773 w=640 h=368] We all know that tech investment needs more women, and Natalia Oberti Noguera thinks that female philanthropists are ripe for the training.
The biggest question on every mind in Silicon Valley relates to our collective worst nightmare: Could a macroeconomic collapse trigger another dotcom-esque bust?