Contrary to popular belief, the country music star didn’t defeat the tech giant over royalties – we’re just seeing the new face of Apple.
Everyone’s wondering why Twitter’s CEO transition makes no sense at all. Let’s not complicate things; it’s sort of obvious what went down.
The problem with the social web is that it’s permanent: small mistakes can blow up into life-changing disasters. But it doesn’t have to be that way.
Sometimes you hear a tragic story where the little guy gets crushed by a big bad corporate behemoth. In my opinion, this is not one of those stories.
A growing list of CEOs and VCs agree on the tech industry’s private equity bubble and that a correction is not a question of if but when.
After all the sci-fi books, movies, and media hype, virtual reality is finally becoming a reality. And it will change our lives in profound ways.
Billionaire Super Angel Chris Sacca wants to transform Twitter. Should the struggling social media company do his bidding?
The head of Google X has been on an apology tour over the company’s chronic premature product hype, but does that mean anything’s going to change?
Since it seems physically impossible for the tech elite to actually say what they mean, here’s a guide to help you interpret the code.
When Eric Schmidt turned over the company to Larry Page, he said, “adult supervision” was no longer needed at Google. Maybe he was wrong.