Last month the investor said Google has a "seemingly treasonous" relationship with China. Now, in a New York Times op-ed, he's underlining his point.
Today's major tech stories include an AR/VR patent application from Apple, Microsoft's $1 billion investment in an AI start-up and Equifax's FTC settlement of up to $700 million.
The investor reportedly questioned if Chinese intelligence infiltrated the tech giant, and the President said his administration "will take a look."
The billionaire tech investor and prominent conservative says the next Google will likely appear away from San Francisco.
The investor who made a massive bet on Facebook thought about exiting over national politics, according to The Wall Street Journal.
Commentary: What are they? Oh, they're basically boring old liberal types, with their own little twist. At least, that's what they told this survey they were.
The tech industry is striking back at President Donald Trump's immigration order, saying it hurts employees and divides the country.
Plus, we talk about Amazon's hiring binge, Samsung's foldable phone and Peter Thiel's take on Apple.
Commentary: In a wide-ranging interview with The New York Times, the VC also says Elon Musk and Donald Trump are very similar.
Although an informal arrangement for now, Silicon Valley investor Peter Thiel will have the incoming president's ear.
The four-year battle between Gawker and the former pro wrestler has ended.
Social Cues: Nobody cares about Thanksgiving apparently. Also on social media, Philadelphia's commuters must suddenly find new ways to get to work.
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