Silicon Valley entrepreneur and investor Reid Hoffman wants venture capital to adapt to an era in which startups must grow faster.
Early-stage energy companies that want to manufacture hardware or produce fuel are still facing a so-called valley of death that few have figured out how to cross.
Already influential on Wall Street, algorithmic investing has begun to make inroads in Silicon Valley.
Even with steeply declining revenue, IBM continues to invest billions in its massive R&D efforts. Can it pay off?
The country hopes a budding digital technology industry will help drive its economic ambitions, but is a multibillion-dollar government-built “Silicon Savannah” the key to success?
China’s first-generation Internet entrepreneurs are now venture investors in the next generation, placing big, sometimes risky bets on early-stage startups.
Funded by private investors and governments, cancer tests of blood and urine are coming to market.
The world’s biggest desalination plant, named one of MIT Technology Review’s breakthroughs of 2015, is the result of government funding of both large-scale infrastructure and the underlying innovations.
Magic Leap had no trouble raising money from a cache of A-list investors enthusiastic about the changing economics of virtual reality.
A prominent Silicon Valley VC argues that tech startups are overvalued, profits are underrated, and a bust is coming.