The famed VC says too many tech firms spend their money unwisely. CNET News Editor-in-Chief Connie Guglielmo talks with Andreessen about where Silicon Valley goes from here.
The venture capitalist has been tweeting up a storm, sharing his thoughts on everything from startups to activist shareholders. In an exclusive interview, Andreessen offers his take on the Apple Watch, bitcoin and dot-com blunders.
The viral content site plans to expand its international and video reach. Chris Dixon, general partner at the Silicon Valley venture capital firm, joins as part of the deal.
Investment is the first VC infusion in the enterprise management startup since its founding in 2007.
The venture capitalist also has harsh words for the Obama administration, accusing the White House of "letting the American tech industry out to dry."
At a Bitcoin confab, the VC and Web world veteran lumps the Bitcoin-dissing business magnate in with "old white men crapping on new technology they don't understand."
Redmond finds an unlikely advocate cheering for its success in the smartphone wars: Marc Andreessen, whose Netscape once upon a time was done in by Microsoft and the IE browser.
Airware provides backbone technology for drones intended for commercial use.
The first QEPrize will go to Andreessen along with Louis Pouzin, Robert Kahn, Vinton Cert, and Tim Berners-Lee for ground-breaking work that led to the Internet and World Wide Web.
The venture capitalist says that market share didn't matter at all to Steve Jobs, but it certainly does to Tim Cook.