Ignore the hype: Latin American immigration is (still) the city’s greatest strength.
Republicans have seized on the dubious claims of a psychologist who thinks Big Tech is shifting millions of votes to the left.
We don’t trust state-controlled companies in China. Would it be different if we did more of the controlling?
They were mocked for sounding the alarm. Now they're the ones providing the solutions.
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In Facebook: The Inside Story, even Steven Levy’s most generous conclusions about the tech giant are still pretty damning.
The hacking wunderkind thinks Big Tech's approach won't work. He built a $999 autonomous driving system that runs on a smartphone.
California is turning to tech solution to clear bureaucratic hurdles.
The senator leading an anti-tech crusade in Congress is being willfully ignorant of all the ways technology has improved humanity in recent decades.
Many innovations' benefits aren't captured by the GDP.
Facebook's Libra 'Cryptocurrency' Aims to Disrupt Payments. Bitcoin Aims to Disrupt Government Power.
Mark Zuckerberg’s latest venture won't compete with Satoshi Nakamoto’s project for undermining central banking, tyranny, and the financial surveillance state.
A conversation with Mike Solana, a vice president at Peter Thiel's venture capital firm
Facebook, Google, Apple, and others are now facing the sort of regulatory and antitrust animus once leveled at Bill Gates' company.
As Facebook's supposed ideological allies unfriend the social media giant, the tech industry is learning that there are no permanent allegiances in politics.
DoNotPay is launching a "denial of service attack on the legal system to make it better."
Employee head taxes are enjoying an undeserved popularity.
In Bad Blood, Wall Street Journal reporter John Carreyrou explains why Silicon Valley's mystique makes suckers out of billionaires.
Silicon Valley Startup Lets Users Move Money Without Government Interference By Turning Their Phones Into Stand-Alone Banks [Reason Podcast]
Q&A with Abra founder and CEO Bill Barhydt on bitcoin as "regulatory arbitrage."
San Francisco lawmakers want to put the squeeze on tech companies.
Maybe because what tech could do for gun violence would affect only a tiny portion of an overall falling public health problem.
A murder of local, state, and federal law enforcement agencies would want their own backdoors too.
After maligning Rubio, he now says they are economic assets and shouldn't be sent packing.
Mark Zuckerberg can atone for embracing Narendra Modi by sponsoring for asylum the family of the man lynched for eating beef.
Silicon Valley's shameless courting of Indian PM Modi has fed the flames of Hindu zealotry in India
Can Bitcoin grow and evolve without a founding figure?
OpenBazaar, an Online Platform for "Censorship-Resistant Trade," Gets $1 Million In Backing From Venture Capital Heavyweights Andreessen Horowitz and Union Square Ventures
Investors give a vote of confidence to a libertarian-themed tech venture.
Bill Barhydt Has a Bold Plan to Use Bitcoin and the Sharing Economy To Boost the Flow of Cash Into Third World Countries. Will Regulators Stand in the Way?
Bitcoin has the potential to take the friction out of sending money abroad, but delivering on that potential isn't easy.
The ultimate class envy?
From surveying to surveilling to spreading information, one organization is showing promise and raising concern.