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2 hours ago

Mark Papermaster's View of Apple

Mark Papermaster, chief technical officer at AMD, headed up hardware at Apple during the iPhone 4 rollout and its antenna problem. Read »

3 hours ago

BlogHer Celebrates a Decade of Women Bloggers

BlogHer chief executive Lisa Stone helps celebrate her organization's 10th anniversary by updating the role of the female blogger. Read »

3 hours ago

Tech's 'Frat Boy' Mentality Hurts Diversity

The age of the hoodie-wearing chief executive and "bro"-grammers is over, Vivek Wadhwa says, and Silicon Valley needs to be more socially responsible. Read »

3 hours ago

Finding the $1M Smart Gun

The Smart Tech Challenge Foundation will give $1 million to an entrepreneur who can create a safer gun. Read »

Wednesday, May 27, 2015 at 10:38 PM

Ellen Pao Put 'Spotlight' on Silicon Valley Sexism

Trinity Ventures partner Patricia Nakache says that Ellen Pao's sexual discrimination lawsuit has put a "spotlight" on the issue of sexism in Silicon Valley. Read »

Wednesday, May 27, 2015 at 10:25 PM

'Surround Computing' is the Future of the Internet

AMD Chief Technical Officer Mark Papermaster discusses how "surround computing," a new way of communicating with technology, is the wave of the future. Read »

Wednesday, May 27, 2015 at 10:12 PM

Reddit Founder Says Everyone Should Learn to Code

Reddit founder and executive chairman Alexis Ohanian tells the new generation that it needs to learn to code. Read »

Wednesday, May 27, 2015 at 9:33 PM

Reddit Creator Discusses Website's Success

Reddit's non-technical founder, Alexis Ohanian, reflects on why Reddit succeeded and its competitors did not. Read »

Monday, May 11, 2015 at 11:35 PM

Author Criticizes the Internet Economy, Silicon Valley

Andrew Keen, author of the book, "The Internet is Not the Answer", tells Press:Here that the Internet economy has failed us by increasing inequality and unemployment. Read »

Monday, May 11, 2015 at 11:28 PM

PayPal Founder Raises $275M with New Startup

PayPal founder Max Levchin has raised $275,000 million to create point-of-sale loans for users, a new way to use credit. Read »

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