Almost before news of this month’s Cupertino shootings broke, details were being spread through social media. Listen to this podcast and discover how Tweets spread the word and sparked conversations.
Google, and 12 other Silicon Valley companies, will not provide the U.S. Department of Labor with data on their hiring practices, drawing public anger from Bay Area minorities, who feel they’re underrepresented.
As Stanford and other elite engineering programs around the country see the number of female students decline, Google and other tech giants are under fire for not hiring more women and minorities.
Google, Yahoo!, Cisco and HP, all got their start at Stanford University, but what many people don’t know is that Stanford owns the rights to any technology innovation created using the university’s resources.
Burt Herman, founder of Hacks/Hackers, urged business people, technologist and journalists to collaborate on new media solutions at a Stanford Entrepreneurship Week event.
Independent bookstore customers are increasingly curling up with Kindles, iPads and Nooks. Google Editions allows independent stores to sell e-books from their websites.
It was a bittersweet end to an exciting few months for would-be Mountain View City Council member and Google employee, Aaron Jabbari.
Google, the search engine behemoth, may have met its match in the tufted face of a small, yellow-eyed bird. A proposed park for Google employees may threaten nearly endangered owls.