After a contentious election cycle, one of them will prevail. Are you ready?
This article originally appeared on Recode.net.
Founders Fund’s Geoff Lewis begs us all to get off social media and really engage.
Apple, Google, Facebook, Netflix and Amazon all suffered this week, but some think that’s short-sighted.
So what responsibility does the social network have as a media purveyor?
Literal versus serious is getting too close for comfort to an important rights issue for tech.
After all, if the two companies want to merge, Trump’s FCC will hold the key.
And how to move to Canada.
Facebook’s algorithm and "echo chamber" or "filter bubble" or whatever it may have created did not lead to this.
No AT&T deal for Time Warner. Also, Comcast breakup from NBCUniversal?
"[D]iversity is one of the most valuable assets we have."
Back into the comfy Silicon Valley bubble, stat!
Obama had campaigned across the country for Hillary Clinton.
The president-elect is certainly one to hold grudges.
Apple’s best hope has to be that a lot of what Trump said was campaign rhetoric.
Clinton called Trump last night to concede but didn’t address the nation.
The view from Europe is ... surprising.
It was a glitch with the swing state’s voter registration database.
In the absence of hard numbers, investors are relying on VoteCastr’s predictions.