Virtual reality isn’t just for gaming anymore. VR movies are becoming mainstream with several Hollywood A-list directors jumping on board with a new approach to storytelling.
Fitbit’s new $200 smartwatch competes directly with the $350 Apple Watch Sport. Which one is best for your wrist?
The buzz about virtual reality is all about cool new experiences. But WSJ’s Geoffrey A. Fowler says the Oculus Rift, the first totally immersive VR system to arrive in living rooms, is also pricey, awkward and…
About 100 million smartphones have been unleashed on America’s streets. So why isn’t this computing power making us more productive?
The price of bitcoin isn’t the only thing about the virtual currency that is going through the roof.
Games industry analyst Nicholas Lovell explains why building a successful game like Candy Crush might be harder than you think.
Iowans will still use scraps of paper to cast the first votes of the 2016 presidential race, but new Microsoft apps will help caucus leaders report results to both Republican and Democratic party headquarters.
Is the deep chill for early stage funding coming? Let’s see what angel investor Adam Quinton has to say…
The reassessment of the valuation of startup holdings at a number of mutual funds, notably by Fidelity, has caused a fair amount of comment of late. Notably of the “Unicorn sky is falling” variety when it comes to mark-downs. And the sky isn’t falling … when it comes to mark-ups. Fred Wilson of Union Square Ventures […]
As Google moves closer to commercializing its self-driving cars, the company is fine-tuning its vehicles to make them navigate roads and curbs more smoothly, as if a human were behind the wheel.
So how does one go about finding an apprentice? The likely case is that they will find you. They may not fit into any job description or have a linear work history, but they will exude motivation, passion and purpose.