Facing a tough economy, Brazilian entrepreneurs turn to crowdfunding websites like Kickante to jumpstart their business.
Tech employees are outraged at a payroll tax ballot proposal targeting tech companies to fund affordable housing.
A leaked “technology and innovation” agenda outlines Clinton’s roadmap to woo Silicon Valley to her side.
'Yes California' envisions an independent republic made up of its own states.
The billionaire who was secretly financing lawsuits against Gawker is staying put on Facebook's board.
Take This opened its “Away from Keyboard” mental health room for the first time in E3 this year.
Sony’s focus on games shows the Japanese company’s confidence is bordering on arrogance in its fight with Microsoft.
Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference was more a brainstorming session with dozens of new features for its devices than a focused presentation.
A study found that Americans use too many bright lights at night, while Germany keeps its sky relatively unpolluted.
The director of “The Big Short” is going to have a movie about the tech billionaire and the fallen unicorn.
Airbnb’s developers conference was largely focused on its recent series of complaints against racist hosts.
A third tech company is slated to go public this quarter; in 2014, 40 tech companies went public in the second quarter.
Elon Musk had some nutty but strangely plausible theories and ideas about the future and our own existence.