Simon Segars is the CEO of the most important chip company in the world – even though ARM doesn’t actually make chips.
SmugMug founder and CEO Don MacAskill on the future of the SLR, photo sharing and the iPhone.
14-year-old app developer Daniel Singer has raised $200,000 in angel funding. He turns down our offer of a billion (imaginary) dollars.
Taxi companies finally take on Uber with an app of their own. Flywheel CEO Steve Humphreys.
Rudy Gadre has funded nearly 100 high tech firms in his hometown of Seattle.
The toy industry wants to make building toys appealing to girls. Goldieblox CEO Debbie Sterling says making them pink is not enough.
Led by a former Green Beret, TechShop uses the JOBS Act to raise capital instead of an IPO.
They’re getting the band back together. Silicon Valley remembers the club that helped launch Apple. A conversation with legend Lee Felsenstein.
Ubisoft’s Tony Key discusses the next-generation gaming consoles due out later this month.
Blinded and nearly killed by a drunk driver, Ramona Pierson fought back to health and success.
Can the NSA really crack modern encryption? A talk with the father of public-key cryptography, Martin Hellman.
As the joke goes, Stanford is the only Internet startup with a football team. StartX is an incubator by students, for students.
Honest Tea CEO Seth Goldman creates a company because he’s thirsty – then sells it to Coca Cola.
Australian entrepreneur Melanie Perkins didn’t know what venture capital was until she started her second successful company.
The Mythbuster creates “Blow It Up," a TV show for the YouTube generation.