Technology

Foursquare's Struggle to Remain Relevant
At TechCrunch conference, CEO Dennis Crowley says his app is about more than mayorships
April 30, 2013

At TechCrunch conference, CEO Dennis Crowley says his app is about more than mayorships.

The Next Elizabeth Warren
Susan Crawford’s crusade against lousy, overpriced Internet providers
April 30, 2013

In fighting lousy, overpriced Internet providers, Susan Crawford has found a populist crusade for our time. What's next? 

Über Mensch
What happens when Travis Kalanick has nothing left to fight?
April 29, 2013

What happens when Travis Kalanick has nothing left to fight?

The Delete Squad
Google, Twitter, Facebook and the new global battle over the future of free speech
April 29, 2013

Right now the rules of what you can—and can't—say on the internet are being rewritten by twenty-something tech executives. Cross your fingers.

Spring Break for Nerds
A skeptic learns the secret to South by Southwest’s success
April 26, 2013

Every year, the tech elite and their legions of hangers-on gather in Austin to binge-network, binge-drink and "change the world." It is glorious. It is absurd. It is South by Southwest.

"What World Are You Living In?" Thomas Friedman Will Tell You for $995
April 24, 2013

The New York Times columnist joins the conference racket

An Internet Sales Tax Will Not Destroy Your Freedom
The Web is real life, where people pay their fair share. EBay users should, too.
April 24, 2013

The Web is real life, where people pay their fair share. EBay users should, too.

The Case for Less
Is abundance really the solution to our problems?
April 23, 2013

Peter Diamandis and Steven Kotler say that "the future is better than you think" or than we're wired to think. But is it?

The Case for Entrepreneur Visas
Tech startups want a seat next to Facebook at the table of immigration reform
April 23, 2013

Tech startups want a seat next to Facebook at the table of immigration reform.

How to Make Journalism Work on Facebook and Tumblr
April 15, 2013

The social networks' experiments in journalism ignored their most valuable asset: data. 

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