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Angel investors and venture capitalists are putting money into the only thing riskier than Bitcoin: Bitcoin companies.
This week, a little-noticed vote by the San Jose City Council paved the (run)way for one of the sweetest perks in the history of the tech industry. Call it Terminal G.
The ability of scientists, doctors and companies to tell us how our genes might impact our health now hinges on a case being debated by the U.S. Supreme Court.
Inventors, visionaries, engineers have to arrive at each level before they can even imagine a way to the next one … and then create it. That’s how Pixar and its first film Toy Story — the first feature-length computer-animated film....
Social networks like Twitter and Facebook are showing interest in the TV business. Their ad-targeting capabilities could make it easier for producers to give away shows online.
If eBay posts strong first-quarter earnings later today, much of that strength will have come from eBay's winning record outside the U.S.
As the name suggests, DipJar is a "jar" into which you can dip your credit or debit card to leave a tip at the counter.
As more online retailers open brick-and-mortar stores, an Amazon store could hearken back to the catalog showroom heyday.
The news that Dish has made an unsolicited proposal to Sprint sounds crazy at first blush. From a revenue and size perspective, it’s like a snake eating a horse. But even with an estimated $36 billion-plus in debt that any...
Hours after Google announced Google Fiber in Austin, AT&T pretended it, too, will build a 1-gigabit network there. No one actually believes this is true. What we're seeing is a bit of gamesmanship. AT&T’s press release reveals much more between...
Tucked behind your professional, yet pretty, profile picture, the descriptions of all your past jobs, and that column of "People You May Know" is a section of LinkedIn that most people have never heard of, let alone seen. And yet...
Facebook's mobile phone platform might not just make smartphones easier to use; it could make them cheaper as well, if the social network takes the logical step of subsidizing smartphone and tablet purchases with ad dollars.
The internet makes possible the kind of business that founder and CEO Bayard Winthrop wants his Northern California-based clothing manufacturer American Giant to be. If Winthrop is right, it's also the kind of business that could reboot U.S. manufacturing.
Bill Campbell, “coach” to the likes of Apple, Google, Intuit and scores of Silicon Valley entrepreneurs, summed up now ex-J.C. Penney CEO Ron Johnson's implosion as a failure to protect the existing retail business as he sought to radically update...
In the four decades since a group of grocers adopted the U.P.C. symbol as we still know it today, the bar code has become the core technology that ties together physical commerce with our global information infrastructure.
Foursquare's convertible debt round does not bode well. Here's why.
The desktop is not dead. Web company RockMelt is debuting, not the latest tablet software, or a new mobile app (though they have refreshed their mobile offering), but a website.
The results from a recent survey show that in every major consumer category other than travel, shoppers said visiting a store served as the most important source of research before buying.
Facebook is tapping grocery shopping databases, car ownership records, and other real-world behavior databases to target ads ever more narrowly. The practice is winning over advertisers but could alienate users.
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...