Google has pledged to combat the EU charges, but veterans of similar legal battles expect the company to arrive at a settlement soon. Google’s antitrust standoff with the European Union, a tumultuous tug-of-war
Almost three years in, Mayer’s Yahoo is still a work in progress. But it’s made real progress in reinventing itself for the smartphone era. “I joke that my son is about as old as my tenure here,” says
Last fall, around the time Facebook announced it was buying WhatsApp for $19 billion, a flurry of studies offered a startling revelation: The U.S. startup rate has been falling for decades. The Kauffman
VC design partner John Maeda says that the most successful tech companies of the future will really be design companies. Here’s why. Are the fortunes of design on the rise in Silicon Valley? A resounding
Click here for all of GamesBeat’s 2015 Game Developers Conference coverage. The Khronos Group, a consortium of graphics hardware and software experts, has unveiled its proposal for the next generation
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One of the earliest members of both Google and Google Ventures has found a new home. Today Wesley Chan is announcing that he has joined fellow Google alum Aydin Senkut at Felicis Ventures, where he will
Even without makeup, through a glaring, unfiltered lens, Victoria’s Secret models have a knack for giving their best face. Need evidence? The proof is in the Polaroids—Vogue casting call Polaroids to exact.
See the handsome men who will be cheering from the front row of the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show this year. Though the Victoria's Secret models and Angels may have all of us smitten with them on the
Tear gas, pepper spray, feelings of anger and betrayal, crowds forced to run from riot police... and yet the protests retain that uniquely Hong Kong character.Reporters and Hong Kong residents have shared