After Google gave the public one day earlier this month to buy its pricey smart glasses, alert bloggers and others noticed Thursday that the company’s website seemed to be quietly offering the device for sale again.
But no. The Mountain View company quickly squashed any idea that it was letting the public buy the $1,500 Google G ...
Tesla, which isn’t very popular among car dealers because it sells its electric cars directly to customers, has had some vocal supporters on this issue. Now, add some FTC staff members to that list.
A blog post today on the Federal Trade Commission’s website — which has a caveat that its three authors’ opinions do no ...
Reports of the open Internet’s death have been greatly exaggerated, FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler insists.
The Federal Communications Commission today will propose changes to the agency’s rules on net neutrality, which is the principle that all Internet traffic should be treated equally. As we wrote yesterday — and as Internet ...
Becoming a billionaire is so passé these days, especially around these parts. But having a wax statue done of yourself, now that’s something to boast about.
In the picture here, Karmen Bell of the San Francisco Travel Association on Wednesday takes a selfie with the wax figure of Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, on display Wednesd ...
“Sure, Carl (Icahn) is about as smooth as a stucco bathtub. But he is the best thing going for corporate America.”
— T. Boone Pickens, writing about his friend and fellow corporate raider — Pickens prefers “shareholder activist” — in Time Magazine, which has named Icahn one of this year’s 100 most influen ...
Open Internet. Net neutrality. Whatever you want to call it, it appears to be dying. And if you’re wondering whether you should mourn its death, might as well get that black suit ready.
The FCC is set to propose new rules Thursday to update the Open Internet order it adopted in 2010 under former Chairman Julius Genachowski, acco ...
A quick look at what's happening in the tech world this morning:
• Apple shares are down about 3 percent after reports that the Cupertino-based tech giant has cut orders on parts for the iPhone 5. The Read More →
"He was brilliant, and funny. A kid genius. A soul, a conscience, the source of a question I have asked myself a million times: What would Aaron think? That person is gone today, driven to the edge by what a Read More →
TOKYO — Most know Carl Guardino as CEO of the Silicon Valley Leadership Group, the high-powered lobbying group of powerhouse companies from Apple to Cisco Systems.
It's no secret he's a fitness fiend, having helped launch San Jose's annual Thanksgiving Day Read More →
TOKYO -- All Nippon Airways, which launched its Dreamliner 787 San Jose-Tokyo service Friday with a massive media sendoff and a sold-out plane, is off to a "very good" start and looks to be 60 to 70 percent full on Read More →
It's a horrible way for business to go good. But Joseph Ekman finds that when disaster strikes, people turn to his nonprofit's app aimed at giving emergency responders your quick medical history.
On Dec. 14, Ekman's Ice Standard -- Emergency Standard Card Read More →
We already knew China was big. One point three billion big. Much bigger than the United States with its 311 million.
And while each and every one of those 311 million seemingly now owns an Apple product of some kind, the Read More →
German software giant SAP is celebrating a bold offensive move against Oracle after announcing it has expanded its fastest and most advanced business software, potentially to tens of thousands of businesses.
At a global press conference Thursday at the company's Palo Read More →
Netflix shares in the triple digits, the sequel? Shares of the Los Gatos entertainment provider are surging, up nearly 3 percent to $100.65 as of this post. Here's a roundup of developments this week, during which the company's Read More →