On Friday, I promised you that I'd be bringing you another conversation with a Silicon Valley startup CEO this week. And I'm fulfilling that promise today. You should consider these conversations as the start of a series of looks into the "future" of tech investing. Sometimes, I meet up with these entrepreneurs in the Valley itself, like I did last week with TeleRetail Corp. CEO Torsten Scholl. But just as often, I talk with tech leaders who contact me through one of my social-networking
Backed by a U.S. Government mandate, $33 billion dollars worth of 'gold-chipped' supercomputers are being sent – FREE – to millions of citizens. And one small company has a monopoly on their distribution...
Of all the avenues, boulevards, lanes and streets in Silicon Valley, the most important road - the one lined with gold - is a tree-lined thoroughfare in Menlo Park. I'm talking about Sand Hill Road. That's the epicenter of the nation's venture capital industry. I first started visiting Sand Hill in the mid-1980s when I covered VC as a tech analyst. And I was back most recently July 31, when I attended the 10th annual TechCrunch Summer Party at August Capital - thesummer party in Silic
I've been saying for some time now that Wall Street and the mainstream media need to take a decidedly different view of Google Inc. (Nasdaq: GOOGL). In fact, back on Jan. 20 I made that exact point when I appeared as a guest on the popular show Varney & Co. on Fox Business. Specifically, I said that the senior leaders at Google were looking to build the "conglomerate of the future" - separating, for example, search, life extension and self-driving cars all into separate "silos" - and that
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