What does my crystal ball say about the outlook for venture capital in 2017? The building blocks of a better year are in place. Many venture capital firms are flush with cash, startup valuations have become more reasonable, technology industry M&A is robust and the technology IPO market is improving. Read More
This year, Donald Trump’s U.S. election triumph sent Silicon Valley into a spiral of uncertainty, Facebook addressed its fake news problem, the IPO landscape saw little action and the UK separated form the EU. Snapchat rebranded to Snap Inc. and launched its Spectacles hardware product. Twitter is still fighting its abuse problem, Yahoo suffered two […]
These tech titans didn’t plan to take down the telcos. But they depend upon you having fast, reliable internet, so they’re bringing everything in-house. The post How Amazon, Google, and Facebook Will Bring Down Telcos appeared first on WIRED.
MatTek grows thousands of dime-sized pieces of skin in plastic dishes that add up, altogether, to about two whole adult humans’ worth. The post Inside the Lab that Grows Human Skin to Test Your Cosmetics appeared first on WIRED.
The year’s best architecture experimented, turned heads, and played nice with its surroundings. The post 25 Masterpieces That Prove 2016 Was an Incredible Year for Architecture appeared first on WIRED.
From bompeln to Textalyzer, our favorite weird and wired words of the year. The post The 21 Best New Words of 2016 appeared first on WIRED.
The hosts take a look at what’s coming in 2017, at CES and beyond. The post The Best Is Yet to Come appeared first on WIRED.
Anyone can achieve their goals as long as they work on them diligently. It is human nature to want quick results, hence the common habit of overestimating what can be made in a year, and underestimating what 10 years can bring. Daily improvements can secure you only a little success, but when done over several […]
Uber and Lyft have responded to Senator Al Franken’s questions regarding potential racial discrimination against passengers. Last month, Franken wondered why it’s necessary to include names and photos of passengers requesting rides, and what steps both companies can take to dissuade drivers from canceling rides on people with “black-sounding” names. In Uber and… Read More