tech industry


A 'Totally Unlivable' House Near Silicon Valley Just Sold for $1.2 Million

The condemned home in the San Jose area had buyers lining up, cash in hand.


Weinstein's accusers made a Google Doc full of allegations against him

Harvey Weinstein, the towering Hollywood producer accused of sexually assaulting or harassing numerous women, isn’t the only one with a powerful network.


When a $200,000 Tech Salary Just Isn't Worth It

A new study cites 'unfairness' as the leading factor in why people bail from tech jobs.


ANOHNI Said She Regrets Working with Apple on "Drone Bomb Me" Video

"My being bought as a politically outspoken artist is a more potent advertising tool for Apple than a 100 more explicit ads."


This "Startup Simulator" Game Lets You Disrupt the Tech Industry

Innovate, hire, and fire—a simulator game where everyone can be a startup founder.


This Startup Wants Godless Robots to Make All Your Pizza

By adding robots to the chain of events that stretch from dough rolling to actual delivery, Garden says he can disrupt the pizza industry.


San Francisco Climate Tax Raises Questions About Tech’s Carbon Footprint

Residents wonder whether Silicon Valley’s tech giants are paying their fair share to save the local environment.


Why Does Silicon Valley Want to Get So Many Women Pregnant?

Investors hope fertility apps will help women deliver healthy babies, but what they also hope users will deliver is a lot of sensitive data.


India Is Pissed About the US Now Charging More Money for Guest Worker Visas

Americans in Silicon Valley who have lost their jobs to Indian workers say new fees are the least the US can do to stop companies from importing foreigners.


Mark Zuckerberg Wants the Supreme Court to Uphold Obama's Immigration Policy

The Facebook founder and other tech leaders signed a court brief asking the Supreme Court to side with President Obama in letting some undocumented immigrants stay in America.


The Tech Evangelists Trying to Solve the Refugee Crisis

An international movement called Techfugees aims to get the tech industry involved in aiding the nearly 60 million displaced individuals around the globe.


Why Are Redditors and a Cyber Bully Trying to Take Over San Francisco's Sierra Club?

Can you #GamerGate a nonprofit? One San Francisco pro-development group intends to find out.