In the the arrest of Silk Road founder Ross Ulbricht the FBI seized around 26,000 Bitcoins. The FBI's 'wallet' has been identified and is now the target of micropayments with pointed messages.
In a dreadful sign of the times, the man behind Facebook browser plugin Social Fixer has capitulated to legal threats from the social media giant, who demanded he remove its key features.
Does Cornell Tech have an inherent conflict of interest between its academic mission and its entrepreneurial focus?
Communities find a second life for obsolete train and vehicle bridges as linear parks.
MELBOURNE -- Amid growing energy concerns, a Melbourne lighting movement seeks to improve our access to daylight.
Two design shows in the City by the Bay elevate never-built and speculative concepts that would truly benefit San Francisco if they are ever constructed.
Alexis Ohanian says learning how to code is the most viable skill of the century -- even for jewelers.
DELHI -- A remote-sensing and self cleaning toilet could crack India's sanitation problem -- and make money.
Historic sites in Silicon Valley are being torn down.
Samsung has new Samsung Experience Shops in Best Buy stores and recent statements by a Samsung leader were wrongly assumed that they were investing more in Best Buy.
In the second of our series covering risk factors in Twitter's S-1 filing we look at people and how Twitter’s users and staff could impact its ability to grow advertising and impact our experience after IPO.
On Monday the US Department of Justice rejected the formal request of Google, Facebook and other Internet giants to share government user data requests with the public with some unsettlingly non-ironic arguments against data transparency.
In a direct statement castigating the press for misleading coverage, Director of National Intelligence James Clapper provided some background on why the Intelligence Community tracks online communications tools and technologies.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has shuttered many web sites, including time.gov, as part of the government shutdown. The NIST Internet Time Service will stay up.
In-memory databases are hot, but tiered storage may be our cooler destination.
Those in charge urgently need to understand that the free flow of information is the core of the country's infrastructure
Silicon Valley is so busy inventing the future that it hasn't noticed that not much has changed in Silicon Valley itself. Public schools are failing and its communities struggle with the same problems as elsewhere.
"The next generation of industrial designers are going to be the kids that get 3D printers for Christmas this year," said the CEO of 3D Robotics.