The high-profile CEO had embodied the tech industry's worst excesses.
Data, as pundits like to say, is the new oil. And Apple is falling behind its competitors, just as it moves into a gleaming $5 billion headquarters.
The best crime-solving detective in the world might be sitting in your living room right now.
A dysfunctional culture, bad press, a sketchy financial outlook, dissatisfied employees: Can the on-demand transport originator reform and become an enduring company?
The president-elect is exactly the kind of startup CEO that venture capitalists love to fund. Too bad that’s not the job he’s getting ready to do.
If tech can make toilets smart, why can’t it create a political party sensible people can love?
After years of disrupting millions out of jobs, Silicon Valley may be developing a social conscience.
Trump and Clinton are from the TV generation. The iPhone generation thinks in a completely different way.