Why video is the medium that will change the world.
And building online communities along the way.
Ouya isn’t just for gamers—it’s for makers, too.
Human homes: the final robotics frontier.
And then giving a lot of it away.
Her new anti-poverty strategy: Teach locals to do online work for international companies.
It began, as so many stories do, with a bored electrical engineer in a bar.
An inside look at the password-management app that wants to heal everyone’s Heartbleed.
Inside the mind that prototyped a $35 computer for tinkerers.
Or, how magnets trump wires—and are helping attract a new generation of both male and female hackers.
A Q&A with Foursquare cofounder Dennis Crowley on how it’s turning your check-in data into really personal recommendations.
How an architect and designer built the grid that’s become iconic to the Visual Web.
How an entrepreneur decided to make the Internet of Things right at home.
How a neuroscience researcher created a videogame company that just might end up making Zynga relevant again.
An entrepreneur explains how the backend beckoned as a business opportunity—and how his startup shook that moneymaker.
It’s not just about 3D printers. The MakerBot founder’s real mission is to turn everyone into makers and designers.
The cofounder and CEO of Twilio on the new face of messaging and building a company for software people.
How the billionaire co-founder of Broadcom got started and helped usher in some now-mainstream communication technologies.
How a small Web-design startup paved the way for a current wave of massive online courses.
How Disqus started as dorm room discussions and grew to become a leader in blog comment systems.