Biotech startups are trying to hack the process of aging and, in the process, stave off the most devastating diseases
Thursday's hearing provided five key points that can help chart a path forward for those hoping to hold big tech accountable.
Thomas Middleditch was accused of sexual misconduct in an LA Times article. His former "Silicon Valley" co-star Alice Wetterlund has tweeted the latest of a series of her criticisms of the show.
Prince Harry has been hired as chief impact officer by employee coaching startup BetterUp and says he has a "truly awesome" mentor through the company.
The core values of the American working class are—and for a long time have been—the same ones cherished by most who self-identify as conservative: honor, discipline, self-reliance, industriousness and patriotism.
Amazon used its market power to prevent the American public from accessing ideas that challenge the orthodoxy of the ruling party.
The honeymoon period for giant internet companies is long gone, and no one is under more scrutiny than Google.
"Most successful small businesses can pay a fair wage," said the California congressman.
Illicit online content continues to proliferate and has become increasingly violent and harmful to our nation's youth.
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey said that banning accounts from social media platforms "limit the potential for clarification, redemption, and learning."
The California congressman demanded a racketeering investigation into Google, Apple and Amazon for their decision to ban Parler from their app stores.
There are nearly 11,000 confirmed and suspected COVID-19 patients currently hospitalized in California, according to data published by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
The most important question to be asked about the next four years is whether Big Tech will not only have a loud voice in Washington, but also ensure that its power continues to grow.
A ruling in Oracle's favor would help address the fundamental inequity of how Google has built its business.
False claims about voting and election security are flourishing on Facebook, despite the platform's pledge to curb such content.
Donald Trump may be QAnon's most influential "node," but scientists are developing "infodemiology": mapping the disruption like a disease and experimenting with ways to counter the addiction.
A private non-profit research group seeking to conduct a final phase of clinical trials of MDMA, the main ingredient in the recreational drug ecstasy, got a major boost from Silicon Valley and Wall Street donors.
Pro players' protests; home office tax write-offs; Tech's tax breaks; and more craziness from Larry Kudlow.
We need to be very careful and strategic in how we confront communist China.
President Donald Trump said Facebook, Twitter and other large Silicon Valley tech companies are "100 percent" trying to control every bit of information that Americans receive.
About 84 percent of Big Tech worker donations have gone to Democrats in 2020, a double-digit increase from the 2016 presidential elections.
Scientists created a brain-computer interface to observe the "offline" brain replaying neural firing patterns.
Ben Schwartz and Thomas Middleditch give longform improv its due in the silly, off-beat, spur of the moment Netflix specials.
Yang touted the benefits of a "trickle-up economy" that allows average Americans the ability to reinvest and spend a tiny portion of the profits pulled in by corporations like Amazon and Google.
"Silicon Valley" creators Alec Berg and Mike Judge have broken down the finale's big cameo, teasing TJ Miller's potential reappearance and how they decided on each character's ending.