Starting an Internet company with the potential to reshape how we use the Web has never been cheaper.
Social software can help during a catastrophe--and after.
The way privacy is encoded into software doesn't match the way we handle it in real life.
Choosing startups to invest in is a hunt for people as much as technology.
Solar panels are cheap enough to become a major component of green energy.
We should treat high-risk populations before they have been exposed.
To preserve the open Internet we must stop the cyber arms race.
New tools are helping video become part of the fabric of the Web.
We need to reimagine the role of search engines and their sources of data.
Subsidies for corn ethanol are hurting people and the planet.