“I don’t care how your weekend was.”
If you keep your fitness-related New Year’s resolutions in 2015, it’ll likely be thanks to the new wave of devices and apps that have taken monitoring things like newborn sleep patterns and blood oxygenation from geek hobby to mass-market juggernaut. But what happens when companies have access to the most mundane details about our bodies?
Yes, The Good Wife, Orange Is the New Black, Parenthood, and Mad Men were all fantastic this year — but this is about the newcomers. Presented here in no particular order. Caution: Potential spoilers ahead!
Let’s go ideate at Coupa.
A short about how weird it would be to work with your sibling.
Product Hunt, a leaderboard of sorts for new products, has raised $6.1 million in financing. But can it burst out of the San Francisco bubble and become a household name?
If you earn less than $200,000, you’re too poor for this app.
Because pasty white bros need their own fashion blog too.
The retailer’s numbers were verified by an external consultancy. The disclosure comes on the heels of a broader trend of reporting diversity numbers in Silicon Valley.
Bruce Yang was inspired to create Sobrr after a drunken night in Las Vegas. His target audience? High schoolers.
“Not one single supporter of mine jumped at financing the idea.”
Meet Tim Chang. Venture capitalist, entrepreneur, and member of three cover bands.
You’ve seen him on Silicon Valley, Playing House, Veep, The Office, The Good Wife, and your weird improv-centric sexual fantasies.
Chad Dickerson spoke at length with BuzzFeed about Etsy allowing vendors to use outside production, why New York’s tech industry is alive and well, and why he loves HBO’s Silicon Valley.
The dual lives of the Bay Area’s elite.
“Management is a head that eats problems they don’t understand.” A comic by Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal.
Attendees at the TechCrunch Disrupt conference weigh in on what Silicon Valley is missing, and how to increase the number of women in tech.
No stranger to the strangeness of the tech world, BuzzFeed founder Jonah Peretti offers his take on HBO’s hilarious and incisive comedy Silicon Valley. TL;DR: He liked it. A lot.
With so many films and TV shows playing at the 2014 SXSW Film Festival, there is only so much one person can see — and these are the ones I’m most looking forward to!
Charles River Ventures has quietly emerged as a venture capital force in Silicon Valley.
The leading mobile financial advisory service is going after a younger, more tech-savvy demographic with low fees and a fiercely independent corporate mission. But is the model sustainable?
Tom Perkins, a founding partner in one of Silicon Valley’s most successful venture capital firms, Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, sparked outrage with his stunning “Letter to the Editor” in the Wall Street Journal. The firm distanced itself from Perkins in a tweet Saturday afternoon.
These are the prices of a four-bedroom, two-bath house. All data from the annual Coldwell Banker real estate home listing report.
Inside the $12,000 weeklong program teaching rising entrepreneurs that the secret to success is as simple as being able to tell the future.
Silicon Valley start-up founder Peter Shih riles San Francisco community with classist, sexist “satire.”
“These are issues that don’t just touch our part of the industry but really touch the whole country and touch what is right for us to do as a people.”
Some of China’s best tech companies are now outmaneuvering their Silicon Valley counterparts.