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.
Actual crowds may be replaced by what we might call distributed crowds, with virtual and augmented reality's help.
The most dynamic industry on the planet has been actively deciding to keep as much for itself as possible by avoiding public stock offerings.
As the technology behind bitcoin develops, we'll get a system that essentially automates trust and verification.
The sports ecosystem wants fantasy companies to succeed, but they need to get back to being about sports instead of money.
The lending industry should be very afraid. Your friends are a great predictor of whether you'll pay back a loan.
Just as it did 150 years ago, a major shift in industry is throwing politics into chaos.
Apple's refusal to crack open an extremist's iPhone is a matter of principle—and market share.
One man is letting loose a brave new invention—a whole browser built to block ads.