The 47 year old entrepreneur died suddenly Friday night of undetermined causes.
Venture capital firms are giving money to “Uber for weed” apps, but you can only deliver pot legally in a few cities in California. It’s illegal everywhere else.
A top EU diplomat assures Americans that the EU supports tech innovation, despite a more robust privacy and antitrust climate.
What better way to tell your beloved how you feel than saying you have an erection to her mother?
Only one of America’s four largest hotel operators has ever mentioned the word “Airbnb” on an earnings call. And none of them have listed it as a competitor in New York, where all are struggling.
Next-generation sensors offer new insight into the quality of the air around us.
The taxi-hailing app hopes the new feature will give it a leg up on Uber and Lyft.
A new bill would provide K–12 students with robust data privacy protections.
It just got easier for 1 million UnitedHealthcare members to see the doctor from the comfort of home.
New industrial robots could someday take over boring warehouse tasks. But what does that mean for warehouse jobs?
Congress pushes back against the FBI’s calls for backdoors to encrypted smartphone data.
Goldman is co-leading a $50 million financing round in Circle Internet Financial, a bitcoin wallet company. The investment lends some Wall Street credibility to the bitcoin world.
Straight from Microsoft Build 2015.
He’s the unwitting star of a Vine that’s been seen 32 million times – but who is the “Okay Guy”? BuzzFeed News finally tracked him down.
The Facebook-owned social network’s first category-specific vertical will showcase popular and emerging artists.
The USA Freedom Act, introduced today in the House and Senate, would rein in the NSA’s bulk data collection program.
I told 4chan’s /g/ (Technology) board all about my experience at the LG phone event today in the form of a “green text story.”
Which industry will you change forever?
Plenty of websites and apps will help you get a meal delivered. But Maple gets big-time Manhattan food cred from its chief culinary officer, Momofuku founder David Chang.
Twitter was forced to release its quarterly numbers early after a markets data company found a copy online. Investors didn’t like what they saw.
With UberEATS, the ride-hailing service is going head-to-head with Seamless and GrubHub.
One Touch furthers the payment giant’s efforts to streamline digital checkouts.
The electronics retailer gave a major boost to Apple’s mobile payments system, even though it’s a founding member of a competing payments alliance.
In the first three months of 2015, the company sold more than 61 million iPhones and pulled in almost $17 billion in revenue from the Greater China region alone.
The social network hopes to transform Messenger into a world-class standalone app.
New filters, too. #smilingpileofpoop
Facebook introduced its “Safety Check” feature last October.
One woman’s struggle with the day to day grind of extreme cryptography.