It may have started as an incubator, but under Sam Altman, Y Combinator is now trying to make the whole world think like a startup.
This story of the 24 weeks, three days, and three hours leading up to the launch of the iPhone is excerpted from Fred Vogelstein’s 2013 book, “Dogfight”
Hackers built proof-of-concept malware that can spread from turbine to turbine to paralyze or damage them.
Car rental companies won’t be the only aging businesses that prove their merit in the age of the robocar.
The iPhone makes it easy to do all kinds of cool physics. Like, say, use the change in velocity in an elevator to measure the height of a building.