The venture capitalist says the top tech companies in six years will be Facebook, Google, and "one that we've never heard of."
Google's computerized eyewear is a harbinger of things to come, but the technology isn't ready for the mainstream yet, Union Square Ventures' Fred Wilson decides.
A new ad trying to make the poorly reviewed Galaxy Gear somehow relevant, features Captain Kirk, and a host of other watch-talkers throughout entertainment history.
The company's chairman of the board of directors will stay on till the June 25 shareholders meeting, but he won't seek reelection.
Union Square Ventures' Fred Wilson sees around the corner as it relates how the shift from web to mobile will impact the form and design of apps.
Before joining Yahoo's board, Fred Amoroso was known for waging aggressive patent litigation at Rovi. Now Yahoo has adopted similar tactics against Facebook.
The YouTube star is getting his own TV movie, and the company backing it is Nickelodeon--owned by Viacom, which is fighting YouTube owner Google in a major copyright case.
A 15-year-old from Nebraska produces the most popular series on YouTube and is in discussions about a possible movie deal. Is this user-gen's version of a Hollywood player?
The venture capitalist and local tech industry leader gave a "history lesson" of the city's industry as his keynote at the Web 2.0 Expo, but it seemed unnaturally idealistic given economic times that keep getting worse.
Krupp's strategy has enlisted the support of many corporate titans. The common theme: Fighting pollution isn't only a good thing--it can be good for business.