Pentagon Criticized for ‘Spray and Pray’ Approach to Innovation
A prominent tech leader says the Defense Department’s investment strategy hampers its ability to compete with China on military innovation.
A Silicon Valley Start-Up That Loves the Pentagon
Google may balk at military contracts, but Hivemapper founder Ariel Seidman believes working with the U.S. Defense Department can help save lives.
Why the Military Must Learn to Love Silicon Valley
The U.S. Defense Department and big tech need each other—but getting along won’t be easy
Then They Came for the Lawyers
Technology has already driven blue-collar workers into the underclass. Professionals may be next.
Google Hit With EU Record $2.7 Billion Fine
The company says European regulators underestimate the benefits Google brings small merchants.
Theresa May Declares War on the Internet, Again
Experts say the British prime minister doesn’t fully understand how radicalization works.
DOJ Charges Russian Intelligence in Huge Yahoo Hack
Investigators say FSB agents teamed up with criminal hackers to pull off one of the largest data breaches in history.
Mexico’s ‘Silicon Valley’ Trolls Trump Hard Over Travel Ban
Give me your start-ups, your coders, your tech-savvy masses.
Watch Elon Musk’s Rocket Blow Up With Mark Zuckerberg’s Satellite Aboard
Do you enjoy the unexpected setbacks of megalomaniac billionaires?
The Asteroid Miner’s Guide to the Galaxy
U.S. companies are preparing to tap the solar system’s riches. But will they share the trillion-dollar deep-space market with hungry foreign competitors?
In Silicon Valley, Sparks Fly Over Apple Battle
The RSA Conference begins on a sour note as Washington clashes with the tech community over encryption.
Why Silicon Valley’s notion that failure leads to success won’t work for the rest of the world.
An App Won’t Solve India’s Bloated Bureaucracy Problem
Narendra Modi’s whirlwind tour of Silicon Valley won't make up for India’s inability to implement economic reforms at home.