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Video: Every Tiny Tech-World In-Joke Hidden Within The Title Sequence Of 'Silicon Valley'

There are MANY little hidden jokes that we've all likely missed unless we took the time to obsessively pause and examine the thing. [ more › ]

How California's 'Orange Empire' Became the Land of MegaWarehouses

Traffic and air pollution threaten the town of Moreno Valley, where developers want to build the largest warehouse project anywhere in the country.

Silicon Valley’s Mission to Save California Ag From Dying of Thirst

As climate change continues tightening the state’s water supply, farmers will have to become more calculating.

Video: Women Engineers On the Rampant Sexism of Silicon Valley

Every industry face challenges when it comes to gender disparity. What do those challenges look like when 88 percent of your field looks nothing like you?

Hey, Silicon Valley: If You Can't Retain Women, Don't Recruit Them

Opinion: Silicon Valley companies shouldn't bother trying to hire women if they can't retain them.

A Denver Startup Tries to Bring Silicon Valley to Colorado

One Denver startup learns what it's like to find funding, attract talent, and launch a minimum viable product outside of the Bay Area tech scene.

Church’s trailer, equipment stolen from parking lot of Fountain Valley campus

FOUNTAIN VALLEY — A trailer containing an estimated $30,000 worth of equipment, including items for the children’s ministry, was stolen from a church parking lot last week, police said. One of the two trailers in the parking lot of Fountain Valley-based Beachpoint Church, 17415 Magnolia St., was reported stolen to the Fountain Valley Police Department […]

Silicon Valley Knew of Sexual Harassment Claims Against VC Mogul Years Before He Was Exposed

4 hours agoNews : The Daily Beast

Justin Caldbeck allegedly used his venture capital fund to trick female tech founders into dates where he propositioned them for sex.

Silicon Valley's Plot to Reinvent the Dreaded Conference Call

Meetings have always been torture. But now the tech industry is threatening to make them work.

Magic Leap, and the Troubles In Sexism Valley

Misogyny in the tech industry isn't just wrong---it's a warning sign that a company is in trouble.

Remembering Bob Taylor, the Tech Legend Who Invented ‘Almost Everything’

Opinion: An appreciation of Bob Taylor, the man who helped Silicon Valley's greats understand the importance of teamwork.

Tech Firms Striving For Diversity Fixate On The Wrong Metric

Opinion: To fix its diversity problem, Silicon Valley companies need to start analyzing statistics for individual teams.

Tech's Wealthy Enclaves Hurt the Country—and Tech Itself

Silicon Valley pours its billions into isolated islands of wealth. That's alienated fellow Americans—and undermined tech's political clout

Silicon Valley Lawmaker Ro Khanna's $1 Trillion Plan to Save Trump Country

Ro Khanna, Silicon Valley's newest rep in Congress, wants lawmakers to embrace a favorite tech idea: a basic income to counter the impact of automation.

Silicon Valley Would Rather Cure Death Than Make Life Worth Living

While Silicon Valley titans are drunk on the transhumanist promise to cure death, people are dying of curable problems that technologists ignore.

Controversial landfill in northern L.A. County to be expanded

Following a public hearing that lasted nearly two hours, the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday unanimously decided to move forward with expanding the Chiquita Canyon Landfill in the Santa Clarita Valley. Environmental activists and residents had opposed a new permit, hoping to...

Is the Brain Augmentation Hype Justified? Here’s an Expert’s Take

Despite bold predictions from several tech firms about the future of neural interfaces, the science of brain augmentation is still in the early days. So, what do academics think of all the hype coming out of Silicon Valley? Mikhail Lebedev, a neuroscientist who works on brain-machine interfaces (BMI) at Duke University, recently won a $100,000 […]

Looting Google: When Mercantilists Turn To Theft

Politico: The European Commission issued Google a fine of €2.42 billion Tuesday for abusing a dominant position over internet search, concluding a landmark inquiry that dragged on for seven years and handing Silicon Valley its largest...Show More Summary

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