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LinkedIn took a huge risk pausing all development for two months as it switched to a turbocharged new system known as "continuous deployment." The gamble paid off big: LinkedIn now releases new web and app features twice per day, compared...
Think Google Fiber's expansion to Austin signals future plans to come to your town? Sorry — infrastructure isn't Google's business.
A just-launched online service called NutriSavings will give workers coupons and cash back to encourage the purchase of more nutritious foods. In exchange, you'll have to lift the curtain a little on what you buy at the grocery stor...
While Google and Facebook might be transformative internet technologies that mint their inventors money, your consumer internet startup is more likely to hit that billion-dollar mark if it's in the business of digital transactions.
Whoever said you can't buy friends was dead wrong. Here's our guide to the not-so-underground friend market.
Facebook's new mobile platform, Facebook Home, will not ship with any advertisements. But advertisements are the whole point, and they will land in Facebook Home eventually, starting with the automatic "Cover Feed" scroll that shows up as soon as you...
From the Mark Cuban Chair to Eliminate Stupid Patents, this is the final piece in Wired's special series of expert opinions on "the patent fix" -- including specific proposals for fixing the software patent problem.
Japan's Brain Corporation has invented a clever optical scanner that can recognize a dazzling range of pastries and ring customers up accordingly. The scanner, BakeryScan, is coming to America -- and soon may be coming for the barco...
Forget software as a service. Welcome to the age of stuff as a service.
Retailers online and offline will need a combined 25 million square meters in additional space over the next five years to store and handle the stuff they sell, according to a new report. That's the size of more than seven...
With a ruling allow corporations to disclose new financial information on social networks, the SEC has paved the way for companies to package more of their news independent of the media.
eBay is relying on the idealistic promises attached to the switch from PCs to mobile devices to sell its own $300 billion future.
Is graphene the next great leap forward in material science, or a science project that, like carbon nanotubes, stubbornly falls short of fulfilling its commercial promise?
Mikitani launched e-commerce startup Rakuten in mid-1997, just before Amazon went public. But his vision of online shopping had little in common with the standard being set by Jeff Bezos.
It’s the race for third place. No matter how either Microsoft or Blackberry spins their latest mobile efforts, for now at least, there is no catching Apple at the high-end or the many flavors of Android racking up sales up...
Facebook commissioned renowned architect Frank Gehry to build a new headquarters wing. Then the internet company demanded Gehry tone down his signature style and produce a "very anonymous" building. Here are the results.
Even as tech consumers obsess over small, mobile screens for personal use, tech companies are buying up massive "big board" screens to rally staffers around common goals. We look at 10 specific examples.
For the past several months, Google has danced coyly around the question of exactly how deep it wants to dip into the world of shopping. But its official confirmation this week of its long-rumored same-day retail delivery service signals a...
Amazon looked back to its roots in bookselling and forward to its future as the global overlord of all human literary output by announcing its plan today to purchase social reading site GoodReads.
What a half-trillion-dollar company hopes to gain by coming to Silicon Valley.