The inaugural New West Summit -- devoted to the marriage of pot, tech, business and media -- serves as the site for a kind of passing of the torch. Or should we say a passing of the pipe?
No. 1: It's way too awesome to be real.
With no shortage of automakers working on robo-cars, and with Uber already a "sensor platform on wheels," we're well on the way, says MIT vet Kevin Ashton.
The People's Republic takes aim at music, ordering streaming companies to examine songs before they're posted to ensure they're not violent, overly sexual or inappropriate under government rules.
Former "X-Files" writer Frank Spotnitz says his cinematic new Philip K. Dick adaptation found financial and creative freedom at Amazon.
Bob Lord, Yahoo's new security chief, will lead a team called the Paranoids. Like all security executives, he has a tough job.
This is the second breach at the company in the last 12 months. TalkTalk acknowledges that some of its data wasn't protected by encryption.
Also coming soon: Skylake, the code name for Intel's sixth-generation Core processor aimed at PCs, is slated to drop during the second half of 2015.
As part of Facebook's Internet.org initiative, the project would provide Internet access to certain areas of Africa that currently can't get online.
Democratic presidential candidate tells tech companies they need to help track down terrorists but stops short of calling for weaker encryption. It's a balancing act between security and privacy.