Start-ups based in San Francisco Bay area are offering novel perks-massages, body analytics, subsidised rents, trips to Tahoe and even helicopter rides-in hopes they will land top talent.
It doesn't look like Google Glass will be hitting the shelves in time for this holiday season. The tech company is pushing back its release date of the connected eyewear to 2014, according to a Computerworld report.
It is perhaps a little hard to remember now, but in 2010, there seemed to be a new global superpower. A superpower that acted in unorthodox ways, which was unaccountable and yet of the people, and that was above all nameless, faceless and, as it styled itself, Anonymous.
Are we one step closer to unwrapping the mystery of a viral video success?
Think 3-D printing is limited to prototypes and futuristic dreams? Guess again. Additive manufacturing already can be found in everything from Invisalign teeth aligners to jet engine parts. A primer on the multi-billion-dollar industry.
The kill simulator that asks "Is shooting someone okay if you REALLY want their gun?"
UK games retailer to allow gamers to have hands on with PS3 version of the action-RPG.
Credit Suisse is moving the global co-head of its tech group to San Francisco, bolstering its Silicon Valley investment banking presence in anticipation of more deals in the sector.
Company hopes to take the lead in online pay-tv; set to broadcast MTV and Comedy Central shows.
Microsoft has agreed to finance a remake of the BBC cult classic.