Can this ‘blind’ hiring app help solve Silicon Valley’s diversity issue?
Blendoor wants to help recruiters focus on the things that really matter.
In reversal, Uber pulls its self-driving test cars from California roads
The California DMV revoked the cars' registrations.
Uber will still roll out self-driving cars in San Francisco despite DMV threats
Uber execs says the California law doesn't apply to them.
California says Uber must halt its self-driving car service in San Francisco
The legal battle begins.
How Apple’s decision to remove headphone jacks affects the Head-Fi community
Here's how Apple is impacting one of the strongest audiophile communities online.
The European Union wants free Wi-Fi for all
By 2020, all public spaces in every E.U. country could have free Wi-Fi.
Twitter embraces Xbox One, Apple TV, and Amazon Fire TV in an attempt to gain video traction
It's not just about tweets anymore.
The technologies that will shape your future are already here
The future is here, whether you like it or not.
Apple’s participation in ConnectED is making a difference for at-risk kids
iPads, Macs, and a robust infrastructure are changing how kids approach learning
Ford acquires Chariot, San Francisco’s private shuttle service
With Ford's acquisition, Chariot may roll beyond the Bay Area.
Silicon Valley thinks diversity is a bad word, but it doesn’t have to be
It's time for tech companies to talk about race.
Google wants to make fashionable clothes easier to find with ‘Shop the Look’
Google is making it easier to find the latest looks.
Apple activates official Twitter account, tweets nothing to its followers
All quiet on the Apple front.