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10 hours agoIndustries / Media : FishbowlNY

TVNewser: Surprisingly, Sex, Drugs and Silicon Valley is not the name of a new app. TVSpy: As you might imagine, a blizzard is a meteorologist’s wet dream. Feel free to use that pun. SocialTimes: Facebook Lite — which is basically Facebook for crappy phones — has launched.

Here's What Median Rent Will Get You In Silicon Valley

Silicon Valley may be the center of the tech world, but finding a place to live there can be tough. Gentrification brought on by the tech boom has drastically driven up housing prices, so much so that the area has become unaffordable for many. Show More Summary

This Silicon Valley Entrepreneur Has Spent $300,000 On 'Smart Drugs'

There’s nothing Silicon Valley tech entrepreneurs won’t try to hack, including their own biology. Founders like Dave Asprey, a 41-year-old Californian, chug fistfuls of pills every morning in the hopes that these supplements will give them a competitive edge in an already competitive market, reports CNN. Show More Summary

Ford goes West for smart car development, opens new innovation center in Silicon Valley

What do you get when you combine one of the world’s oldest automobile manufacturers with the advanced tech developments of Silicon Valley? Ford Motor Company’s new Research and Innovation Center in Palo Alto, CA. Given the growing interest in smart … Continue reading ?

‘BusinessTown’, The Beloved Richard Scarry Characters Brilliantly Reimagined as Silicon Valley Stereotypes

15 hours agoOdd : Laughing Squid

What Value-Creating Winners Do All Day™ In “BusinessTown“, illustrator Lunch Breath has brilliantly reimagined the lovable anamorphic Richard Scarry characters of “Busytown” as the stereotypical technology employees and personalities that can most often found in places like Silicon Valley. Show More Summary

CNN Web Series ‘Sex, Drugs & Silicon Valley’ is Ready to Binge Watch

CNN’s Laurie Segall published a new web video series, “Sex, Drugs & Silicon Valley,” which is now available to binge watch. The “House of Cards” style release features all five episodes debuting at the same time. Segall examines how Silicon Valley’s innovators’ are moving on from gadgets and targeting your personal life. Show More Summary

This Startup CEO Worked With Steve Jobs, Bill Gates, And Michael Dell — Here's What He Learned From Each Of Them

Tim Bucher, founder and CEO of a photo storage and sharing startup called Lyve, has had a long career in Silicon Valley, working directly with some of the brightest minds in tech, including Steve Jobs, Bill Gates, and Michael Dell. Bucher's tech career started when he joined Sun Microsystems straight out of college. Show More Summary

CNN Says High-Tech Swinger's Parties Are All The Rage In Silicon Valley

It may not be the first thing you think of when you think of Silicon Valley parties, but the high-tech swingers soirees for San Francisco's entrepreneurs and artist are apparently the Bay Area's best kept secret, according to CNN. CNN...Show More Summary

Why TransferWise's $1 Billion Valuation Will Terrify The Banks

London-based finance startup TransferWise has just raised $58 million in venture capital funding, with the Financial Times reporting that the company is now valuated at almost $1 billion. Even in Silicon Valley, the $1 billion mark is significant. Show More Summary

Ford accelerates tech efforts with new Silicon Valley lab

19 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Engadget

Ford wants you to know that it's more than just trucks and cars. It wants to be seen as a technology innovator too. Of course, the Detroit automaker has long had a friendly relationship with technology, what with its Sync infotainment platform, its s...

Tech companies need to find a better way to work with European regulators

In 2014, European regulators sought to push back against many famous names from Silicon Valley. Will 2015 be any better? bares its ugly soul in its latest advertising campaign

Only a handful of hours removed from the end of Pando’s 24-hour Don’t Be Awful event, a gathering dedicated to fostering ideas for a better Silicon Valley, and we already have another glaring example of why such an event is desperately...Show More Summary

How This Silicon Valley Legend Achieved Work-Life Balance By Launching His Own Investment Firm

With over 30 years of experience in executive roles at large tech companies like eBay and LiveOps, Maynard Webb is one of the most respected leaders in Silicon Valley. But having a great career often comes at the expense of sacrificing one's life, and that has certainly been the case with Webb as well. Show More Summary

We’re LIVE with our Don’t We Awful 24 hr event. Watch the livestream right here

Pando’s 24 hour “Don’t Be Awful” event just started in SF. We’ll be here for 24 hours with an amazing lineup of speakers joining a conversation about how to make a better Silicon Valley. The livestream is below, or you can see the full agenda here. If you’d like to join the conversation live, we’re @pandodaily on Twitter or email Wish us luck! […]

Weekly Recap: Ford gets serious in Silicon Valley

We curate the week's events with a focus on Ford's investment in a Silicon Valley research center. Plus, other news and notes from around the automotive world. Continue reading Weekly Recap: Ford gets serious in Silicon Valley Weekly Recap: Ford gets serious in Silicon Valley originally appeared on Autoblog on Sat, 24 Jan 2015 15:00:00 EST. Show More Summary

7 Silicon Valley CEOs weigh in on Microsoft and the HoloLens

Microsoft gave the public a compelling glimpse of the future when it trotted out the HoloLens, an augmented-reality headset along with the Windows Holographic platform, at its Windows 10 launch event on Wednesday. But the event made headlines for other reasons, too. Show More Summary

As Box shares soar in IPO, CEO Aaron Levie explains why he left L.A.

USC gave Box Inc. Chief Executive Aaron Levie a spark, but it's Silicon Valley that's enjoying his success.

Jesse Draper Talks About Growing Up On The Valley Girl Show, Silicon Valley Gender Issues And Moving To TV

Jesse Draper, the daughter of VC Tim Draper and former Nickelodeon star, grew up right in front of everyone on the Internet. She started The Valley Girl Show as a web series in her parents’ garage in her early 20’s. It was full of hula hoops, pink and what some have called “ditzy” antics. Draper, now 30, says she’s grown up and changed since the show’s… Read More

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