These are the posts that caught your attention in 2014 in ascending order.
As large companies seek digital innovation, they find inspiration from startups. What is it that drives corporations to engage with startups, and how is this new ecosystem affecting the innovation roadmap in the long-term?
What will it take to make Big Data clean, standardized, and scalable for effective analysis and broad application?
They surprise, they are helpful, sometimes they are a bit silly. But whatever you want, whatever you need, even whatever you don't need, there's probably an App for that. Here is my list of top 10 Apps I wouldn't want to live without.
It's no news that the media space is in a state of rapid disruption. We attended Stanford's "The Future of Media Conference" to investigate the changes in the last year and to discover what's ahead. 2013 was full of key media milestones: The entry of successful entrepreneurs into the news business, the meteoric rise of BuzzFeed, and the re-emergence of long-form journalism.
Helpful hints about what Silicon Valley tech companies look for in their interns and the schools they come from.
The staff of swissnex San Francisco predicts what will drive news, conversation, and business in 2015. Cast your vote for the trends most likely to come true.
The moment I climbed onto the Birdly virtual reality flight simulator, put on the Oculus goggles, and flapped my new wings I was hooked. Megan Williams is swissnex San Francisco's Head of Communications. She likes to write about science and culture. A marine biology nerd, she recently became obsessed with flying thanks to Birdly.
The sharing economy is dramatically changing our notion of work, service, and ownership. While the promise of ultimate convenience is being met, we're still a long way from making it work for all those involved.
Networks, robots, tracking tools, software are coming down the line. But it's hardware that will change our world and disrupt daily life.
Amazon announces designs for delivery drones while Google acquires robotics companies. Some liken the potential for growth in robotics to the dawn of personal computing. Here's how Silicon Valley is leading the way. All over the world, the field of robotics is developing rapidly and flourishing with entrepreneurial energy.