(But he's allowed to leave.) Chris Redlitz creates The Last Mile program to teach business skills to San Quentin inmates.
The former San Quentin inmate hopes to become an entrepreneur.
Heracio Harts says the first thing he noticed after release: everyone stares at their smart phones all the time.
Video from The Last Mile program. See the San Quentin Demo Day.
Manufacturers slash prices on electric vehicles. GM’s Dave Barthmuss sells us a Chevy Spark EV.
Shayan Zadeh reveals the dating company’s financials for the first time.
Co-founder Adam Goldstein denies he’s a good debater. We convince him otherwise. So who’s right?
Karen Kang helps you market yourself by jazzing up your LinkedIn profile.
Ben Parr becomes the first (and last?) reporter to wear Google Glass on the show.
British Airways will recruit 100 of Silicon Valley’s top minds to a meeting in the sky.
YouSendIt CEO Brad Garlinghouse on perks and job satisfaction. Plus: considering a company name change. BoxShareSyncDrop?
Want your app to stand out? Try writing for Kindle or Glass, says uTest’s Matt Johnston
eWeek co-editor Chris Preimesberger joins the reporter panel.
Sportvision – the company which paints the 1st and 10 line in football – provides big data to sports teams.
Internet hero Sina Khanifar wrote a White House petition to allow cell phone unlocking.