But from the moment Donald Trump descended down the escalator at Trump Tower to face the media and announce his candidacy
2. As the digital economy continues to boom, so will the continued need for stronger encryption. As noted in a Niskanen Center
Logically, there is an irony in that without Free Basics or the Google initiative, the inequality is even greater with 80 percent of the population without any internet access. However, given the context, the logic is lost.
“Why is the Valley suddenly so tone deaf? Well, look how badly the Valley does on inclusion in hiring. Bias is the norm here
Here's why the Facebook CEO denounced board member Marc Andreessen's Twitter comment.
In his defense of Facebook's Free Basics Internet service, Andreessen suggested India was better off under colonial rule
University of Illinois, Cities of Champaign and Urbana, Throw Hat In Ring For "Mother Of Invention" Title
We've all heard the old English proverb, "Necessity is the mother of invention," meaning difficult or impossible scenarios prompt inventions aimed at reducing the difficulty.
A blockchain is public ledger of transactions that is distributed among all participants in a market or system. Each transaction that happens within a market or system must be verified by a strong majority of participants. It's very difficult to falsify transactions in a blockchain because each transaction generates a strong cryptographic signature.
Pro tip: Don't just tell him what you think he wants to hear.
In the Hunger Games bestselling novels and movies, the rich capital uses terroristic "games" to control the 12 poor surrounding districts. No young fan of the books or movies would miss the uncanny parallels between the treatment of Balitmore's poor and the brutal jovial wanton violence against Panem's poor.
Marc Andreessen is wrong, and it ties into his wrongness about Piketty. Technology can be a very good complement to labor, or a very good substitute for labor.
Gina Bianchini is the founder and CEO of Mightybell, a software platform and strategic partner for enterprises and individuals to create specialized professional networks for their target markets.
When I wrote five years ago that the San Jose Mercury News was in trouble, I had no idea what trouble was. The peril for the paper of Silicon Valley has certainly intensified since then.
As anyone who attends tech conferences knows, Fred Wilson isn't the kind of godfather who sits in a back room, plotting his next hit -- he is out, front and center, explaining how he thinks the momentum of the city's tech economy can be sustained and grow.