Silicon Valley is killing entrepreneurship. Weird, right?
Software company Tableau wants to give ordinary people data visualization software that's as easy to use as Facebook.
The portal to the future might be your desk lamp.
Facial recognition software is about to take all the fun out of looting.
Quantum computers will make your laptop look like an abacus.
Smartwatches and other innovations are slicing thought down into short bursts. Get used to it.
Apps are about to make most doctor's appointments obsolete.
Now that the dream of airborne autos is about to come true, do we really want 'em?
Steve Jobs gets too much credit for his ideas and too little for the way he conducted his complex symphony.
At this point, the technology industry might be better off without any patents.
The Internet of Things is like religion: Everywhere and hard to explain.
Carpe diem, my ass! I'm not doing anything until I can find some clothes that fit.
Yes, startups are sexy, but the big tech companies have some advantages.
Traditional TV is in the ICU on an IV drip, and it's time to pull the plug.