Technology can make life faster and simpler – and sometimes, more stressful. As employees complain technology is forcing them to work all the time, a new market is emerging for tech that helps you relax.
Touch screens are simple to use, but there’s complex technology behind them that’s revolutionized the way we use electronic devices. Watch the video to learn how they work underneath the glass.
The March for Innovation hosted a live event in San Francisco where entrepreneurs discussed how the immigration bill in the Senate would affect their U.S. tech companies.
Synaptics’ new building purchase in San Jose mirrors growing trend in Silicon Valley: big tech companies investing in new headquarters.
Stanford professor and creativity guru Tina Seelig led teams through workshops that motivated them to think creatively at Stanford E-Week.
A workplace shooting put Cupertino’s Lehigh Southwest cement plant in the national headlines in 2011. Now the plant is taking criticism for the harsh effects producing cement can have on the environment.
Google Ventures partner Rick Klau and founders from startups backed by Google Ventures share their stories during Stanford’s E-Week Friday.
Despite unusually elevated levels of lead and traces of other hazardous materials, Cupertino officials voted to build a dog park on Mary Avenue.
Kim Polese, Kara Swisher and Susan Wojcicki discuss the emerging trends in technology, saying “The desktops are done. Laptops are getting done. But tablets are the future.”