Silicon Valley’s swashbuckling pioneers have given way to legions of tinkerers. One lifetime tech fanatic issues a call for a return to grand ambition.
Why men who ditch their hair are most likely to succeed
Railway technology picks up speed in Japan
Twitter revolutionized the way we communicate by allowing users to determine what it should be. But now that it’s decided to be something new—highly profitable—will twitter lose the very thing that made it special?
Digging deep in the Emerald City
How Evernote sidestepped disaster to become the go-to app for people looking to upload their memory to the cloud
Cheap, small and smart, cube satellites take off
How an L.A. tattoo artist became corporate America’s go-to guy for the urban market
How the epic legal battle between Apple and Samsumg helped unravel the Steve Jobs myth
It may look like something from outer space, but French architect Jacques Rougerie’s newest project is focused on that other final frontier: the ocean
How the man who reinvented email is revolutionizing the way we find stuff
Contrary to popular belief, Microsoft’s latest operating system might just help usher in a new computer age
Inside Volkswagen honcho Jonathan Browning’s eff ort to rev up U.S. sales
Space shuttle Endeavour hitches a ride to the retirement home
In addition to oppressive regimes and roving criminal bands, dystopian movies have long traded on our collective fear of water scarcity
How TV networks are using sports programming to stave off extinction
Gourmet juices get a Starbucks-size boost
With smartphone data usage skyrocketing, we’re fast approaching the limits of what cellular networks can handle. One writer offers his (unpopular but nevertheless sensible) solution to the coming crunch.
“Robot pebbles” — smarter than your average rocks
With the growing success of the Idea Village, a group of big thinkers is turning the Big Easy into an entrepreneurial mecca