Nick Weaver sets out to change your Wi-Fi. And then along comes Google.
Futurist and Stringify CTO Dave Evans on the future of the Internet of Things
Food truck king Matt Cohen launches an incubator for food truck wannabes.
A World Economic Forum report says robots could replace 5m jobs. Former California CTO P.K. Agarwal discusses the future of automation.
Former Googler Max Ventilla grows his network of micro schools.
A team including Silicon Valley firefighters dream up a carpooling app in their spare time – then Google steps in.
Can traditional Silicon Valley compete with flashy San Francisco?
Elektrobit brings futuristic technology to Audi, BMW, Maserati and Ford.
Ecommerce expert and Reflektion CEO Sean Moran predicts seasonal shopping on mobile.
In addition to her work at Pixar, mentor Danielle Feinberg encourages girls to pursue computer careers.
Thumbtack CEO Marco Zappacosta looked for a business left to disrupt. Google leads a $100 million bet on him.
Bus travel is suddenly hip. Polina Raygorodskaya, CEO of Wanderu, a ticketing site for ground travel.
Julie Samuels tries to explain Silicon Valley to those stuck inside the beltway.
Silicon Valley companies vie for control of the Internet of Things. Arrayent CEO Shane Dyer has a head start.
Sanebox founder Dmitri Leonov tries to rid the world of spam.
Was Snapchat foolish to turn down Facebook? Storm Ventures’ Jason Lemkin ponders exits, IPOs and that “magic number."
Can an economy grow too quickly? Bank of the West chief economist Scott Anderson on the Bay Area outlook.
Calafia Café’s owner (and Google’s first chef) bribes the staff with pudding and tales of Steve Jobs.
Scott Maxwell’s other car is a $1 billion nuclear-powered, laser-armed space probe.
Former Google exec Dave Girouard creates Upstart, where you can invest in promising young entrepreneurs.
CEO Renaud Laplanche disrupts the loan industry and attracts Google’s investment. Is an IPO on the way?
Ben Parr becomes the first (and last?) reporter to wear Google Glass on the show.
Want your app to stand out? Try writing for Kindle or Glass, says uTest’s Matt Johnston
The New York Times says Gil Elbaz is the most important person you’ve likely not heard of.
An update from Rich Jaroslovsky of Bloomberg News.
Can online classes save our suffering university system? Udacity founder Sebastian Thrun.
Thrun - "one of the smartest people alive" - is one of the brains behind Google Glass, Google Street View and the driverless car.
The former Apple evangelist starts advocating Google's Android (gasp!). He's also pushing his 12th book.
Ask.com CEO Doug Leeds ponders the future of search. Can real answers from real people offer more?
Yahoo finally pays attention to photo-sharing service Flickr. A sign of better times to come? Flickr head Brett Wayn.
The Economist's Martin Giles compares high tech to the popular HBO show.
Nobody visits Google without stopping by to see Meng, author of "Search Inside Yourself."
In her second appearance on Press:Here the Google vice president gets local.
Mayer says your phone is like a computer cursor in the real world.