For two days, the Valley's tech elite has pontificated on the "Next Big Thing" at Bloomberg's Next Big Thing Summit held in gorgeous Half Moon Bay, Calif.
A 1994 video of Steve Jobs discussing his legacy has bubbled to the surface this week.
To call the Barbarian Group's "Cinder" project a mere "coding platform," — which, technically, it is — is a huge injustice.
Mark Cerny, lead system architect of the new Sony PlayStation 4, appeared on "Late Night With Jimmy Fallon" yesterday evening to show off the new gaming system.
According to a recent report from GigaOm, some Verizon broadband customers are finding that their Netflix streaming experiences have been getting worse lately.
You know when you're typing a search term into Google and a window pops up with all those suggested searches?
Google Poetics is a weird and great Twitter account that turns these surreal koans into poetry.
Streaming apps HBO GO and WatchESPN can now be used on Apple TV.
The streaming set-top box from Apple can already stream content from services like Netflix, Hulu, and Apple's own video library in iTunes, but HBO GO has been one of the most-requested apps.
Wearable technology and smartphones are fueling a movement dubbed "the Quantified Self," where we capture data about ourselves in the hopes of gaining more insight into our health.
The CIA picked Amazon over IBM for a big cloud computing project because it "represented the best value," even though IBM's would've been less expensive to build and run.
Design startup Fab just raised $150 million in part one of its Series D round at a pre-money valuation of $1 billion.