Team BlackSheep's TBS Discovery can be piloted long distances because he pilot can see from what's going on from an onboard camera.
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.
Want to be more of a player on Twitter? Don't be afraid to say the same thing four times a day, the investor and former Apple evangelist advises.
Google's former head of Android product management now is in charge of bringing Android smartphone upstart Xiaomi to new markets. First stop: southeast Asia.
Right now, those in the TV, movie, and media business can't tell very well what people are saying about on Facebook about their content. The social network has introduced technology to change that.
Startups and designers on Kickstarter, says Tony Fadell, need to brace themselves for attacks and dirty tricks from any incumbents they're challenging in the marketplace.
At LeWeb in Paris, 18-year-old Nick D'Aloisio, who joined Yahoo when it acquired his company, talks about the entrepreneurial spirit.
Going public was a big day for Twitter, but Twitter's Michael Sippey said it was just another day at the office for the company's employees. Also: Google Glass needs work.
Phil Libin, CEO of the note-taking app and cloud storage company, says his Evernote's e-commerce business accounts for 30 percent of revenue. In the future: an IPO and reviving the wooly mammoth.
Michael Sippey is saying goodbye after two years. The executive, who helped orchestrate the purchase of Vine, will continue to advise the company on product strategy.