We’re down to the wire – but could that wire be cut? Anomali security’s Travis Farral.
Longtime Press:Here contributor Ben Parr returns with a new company making chat ‘bots.
A Silicon Valley exec creates a $1,000 go-kart for kids.
A Silicon Valley millionaire takes on poor performing teachers in Vergara v. California.
Intel’s Rachel Mushahwar drags brick and mortar stores into the future.
Police departments use computers to police themselves. Stanford’s Roland Vogl.
Security expert Lisa Dolev discusses taking humans “out of the loop” in airport security.
A team including Silicon Valley firefighters dream up a carpooling app in their spare time – then Google steps in.
The Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence gets $100m from a Russian billionaire. Astronomer Seth Shostak.
(March 2013) Giants CEO Larry Baer runs the finest sports organization in the world.
The Mythbuster creates “Blow It Up," a TV show for the YouTube generation.
Renovo Motors CEO Chris Heiser follows Tesla’s playbook.
CEO Louis Beryl doesn’t want to know about your credit history. He wants to know about your credit future.
Innovation Portfolio Partners’ Karl Ronn urges companies to partner up in innovative ways.
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.
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.
Team CEO and president Rick Welts is ready to bring yet another world-class stadium to the Bay Area.
Calafia Café’s owner (and Google’s first chef) bribes the staff with pudding and tales of Steve Jobs.
Rackspace SVP and general counsel Alan Schoenbaum says Silicon Valley needs to push back on patent attacks.
Andy Kurtzig’s online expert marketplace Pearl.com clears $100m in revenue and makes dishwasher repairmen rich.
If you’re with the NSA, you can skip this segment with CloudFlare’s Matthew Prince. Thanks.
Ooyala helps organizations like Comedy Central and The Pac12 stream more than a billion videos per month.
Jamba Juice CFO Karen Luey discusses entry level wages, franchising, and berry banana smoothies.
Brienne Ghafourifar graduated Santa Clara University, launched a start-up, and raised a million dollars in funding before her 18th birthday.
More money is invested in Silicon Valley than anywhere else in the world. Ernst & Young’s Jeff Grabow.
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.
Baer’s advice to 49ers' Jed York. Plus, Scott complains about beer prices and allows a few “geeky” baseball questions.
Serial entrepreneur and OneID founder Steve Kirsch says it's time to end the username/password form of security.
Adriano Farano is one of many immigrants asking the US government for an “exceptional worker” visa. We examine immigration policies ahead of President Obama's State ...
Richard Hall wants to get tech out of its hoodies and into something more stylish. The Proper Suit co-founder discusses fashion with reporters from Forbes ...
Former CIA venture capitalist Ben Choi ponders the catalog of the future.
Could robots and automation replace nearly all jobs? MIT's Andrew McAfee on why China and India may have the most to lose.
TaskRabbit's CEO adapts to an improving economy. A conversation with reporters from Bloomberg News and TechCrunch.
Ask.com CEO Doug Leeds ponders the future of search. Can real answers from real people offer more?
Bump CEO and app developer David Lieb discusses the newest iPhone and the move toward "intuitive" apps.
Jirafe CEO Amit Shah analyzes which social media bring in the most customers.
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.
Blogger and author Jeff Jarvis ('Public Parts' 'What Would Google Do?') wants you to expose yourself on the Internet.
Police turn the cameras on videotaping bystanders.
Rick Smith tells the story of how he got into the business.
Glam Media CEO Samir Arora explains his purchase of social network Ning.
Wolfgang's Vault founder Bill Sagan has the world's best record collection.
Catherine Reheis-Boyd from the Western States Petroleum Association discusses the ups and downs of crude.
Nick Woodman the founder of GoPro talks about the business of wearable cameras for sports.
Catherine Reheis-Boyd talks about offshore drilling in California.