The week of November 23, 2014
Everyone wants to be the next Google. When it comes to high-speed Internet, that may not be the best idea.
“The idea we’re all making the world a better place—it’s so idealistic. It might be better if they were honest and say, ‘We just want to be rich.’”
Breaking down the real-estate wars in San Francisco.
Apps like Postmates and TaskRabbit are making chores a thing of the past, but their convenience comes at a price.
Think it’s hard on the road now? Imagine commuting without smartphones and satellite radio.
Mike Judge’s hit HBO series is hard to distinguish from what it satirizes.
Four lessons from “next big things” in tech that never made it.
The new editor of Valleywag sounds off on Steve Jobs and hypocrisy of Silicon Valley.
It’s time to stop talking about tech’s diversity problem.
It’s even worse than you think.
Oakland is gentrifying rapidly, and the results could be devastating.
Here’s why you should be afraid of driverless cars.