Can big data and careful measurement help college and pro sports teams prevent injury?
Author Robbie Kellman Baxter on the benefits of the subscription model
The modern roller coaster was born before computers. Documentarian Kris Rowberry.
A former presidential advisor, attorney Lisa Ellman is one of the top legal minds in high-tech aviation.
Web extra: Attorney Lisa Ellman on what you can (and can’t) do with your hobby drone.
Former Googler Max Ventilla grows his network of micro schools.
Pedro Domingos searches for the perfect formula to create intelligent computers.
Coursera CEO and former Yale president Rick Levin talks about higher education in the 21st century.
Nasdaq builds a massive new center in the financial district. Nicola Corzine has been tapped to run it – but what’s it for?
Taiwan joins a growing list of countries creating “launch pads” for entrepreneurs.
Venture capitalist Jason Green says the next hot thing is startups valued at $10,000,000,000.
Former designer Mark Kawano on the Apple watch, product announcements and his new startup Storehouse.
SF Chronicle travel editor Spud Hilton uses social media to pressure airlines into cracking down on carry-ons.
Insider insight from Siva Power CEO Brad Mattson – who literally wrote the book on solar power.
Richard Price wants you to download his app. It’s a matter of life and death.
Taylor Swift leaves Spotify in search of more money. The music industry’s Shamal Ranasinghe explains the economics.
AMD’s chief technical officer is one of the top minds in the chip industry.
Mark Papermaster’s short experience with the world’s most difficult boss.
Author Keith Raffel (A Fine and Dangerous Season) reacts to Amazon’s new “Netflix” model.
Brendan Boyle from IDEO’s Toy Lab takes on a new challenge: children’s TV.
Jonathan Abrams talks net neutrality and his latest social project, Nuzzel.
Millions of YouTube views generate artists surprisingly little money. Jack Conte finds a better way.
BMW’s Daniel Grein takes us inside the car company’s Silicon Valley research labs.
The New York Times says Gil Elbaz is the most important person you’ve likely not heard of.
Don’t buy those panels until you’ve heard from OutBack Power’s Drew Zogby.
An update from Rich Jaroslovsky of Bloomberg News.
Wired writer Joshua Davis watched software pioneer turned fugitive John McAfee play Russian roulette. Twice.
David DeWalt heads a pre-IPO security company worth $1.25 billion. Even the CIA wants a piece of the business.
Yahoo finally pays attention to photo-sharing service Flickr. A sign of better times to come? Flickr head Brett Wayn.
How can a business offer more than its competitors for the same price? Virgin America vice president Luanne Calvert.
Charge for first-run movies in the seatback? Acceptable. Charge for a pillow? No way. How airlines make extra money.
The busy Christmas shopping season extends beyond Christmas! The CEO of RichRelevance on the new era of ecommerce.
Next Issue Media creates an all-you-can-read magazine app - and it's great.
NASA scientist William Borucki's idea to find extrasolar planets pays off 2,000 times over.
Should doctors be able to patent the way you take your medication?
The UN meets to discuss taking control of the Internet. Joseph Menn explains.