The powers that be in the game of golf today proved that the sport deserves every ounce of its reputation as outdated, uptight, and boring.
Over the weekend, a large collection of nude photos stolen off of celebrities’ phones were posted to the Internet.
This just in from the unintentional irony files: disgraced Mt. Gox CEO Mark Karpeles is warning the world about the dangers of hackers.
There was a healthy dose of surprise from both the literary and tech communities last year when it was announced that Thomas Pynchon was writing a novel about New York’s Silicon Alley in the wake of the dotcom crash.
Uber is trying to secure a last minute injunction in Ohio to prevent the public learning the extent of its insurance coverage.
Epson, a company known more for its printers than for anything else, today announced that it is releasing two smartwatches called Pulsense and Runsense in the coming months.
Beijing based bitcoin exchange Huobi has introduced what amounts to the first virtual currency certificate of deposit (aka, CD) in a fixed income investment product that it’s calling the Dig-VC.
Swatch is getting back into the smartwatch business, and this time it’s not going to need any help from a technology company.
For now, at least, Uber is over in Germany. A court in Frankfurt has banned Uber from operating in the whole of Germany, citing the absence of an official permit under the country’s Passenger Transport Act. According to Der Spiegel, the ban takes immediate effect and lasts until Uber requests a formal hearing by the court.
NASA wants to help make sure the rollout of commercial drones in the United States won’t lead to injuries, collisions, or mass hysteria.
Conventional wisdom says that Facebook is better for advertisers than Twitter. After all, Zuckerberg’s billion-strong user base willingly gives up a host of data points upon signing up, from gender to job to age.
Eight months after his arrest at JFK International Airport on charges including conspiracy to commit money laundering, early bitcoin evangelist, BitInstant.com founder, and former Bitcoin Foundation Vice Chairman Charlie Shrem is set to accept a plea deal.
In a sold-out chat in San Francisco, LinkedIn CEO Jeff Weiner sat down with Sarah Lacy to share his unpredictable journey from a child who obsessed over Hollywood trade magazines to a Vice President managing Warner Bros’ online division, to reluctantly becoming an executive at Yahoo, to his current gig leading up one of the biggest and most exciting social networks on the planet.
Apple might face the ire of several celebrities whose personal photographs were stolen and published over the weekend.
In the 1990s, few bands were more adored by critics and fans than the Smashing Pumpkins. Combining the brute force and technical chops of heavy metal, the ambition and theatricality of arena rock, and the dark, disillusioned lyricism of grunge, the Pumpkins dominated concert halls, television sets, and bedroom stereos at a time when I was in my formative years as a music fan.
Be careful what you wish for. A couple of months ago, I launched a crowdfunding campaign to produce an uncensored history of NSFWCORP, the news magazine (with jokes) that I founded back in 2011 and which was acquired by Pando back in February.
Editor’s note: This is a guest post by Rick Lewis, General Partner at USVP. The post went through PandoDaily’s usual editorial process.
Last night, in the basement bar of a Harlem soul food restaurant, New York tech and social entrepreneurs gathered to air things out over two of the most talked-about issues in tech: Diversity and Uber.
From the holocaust to apartheid, where you or I see an atrocity, IBM sees an opportunity. Still, a US district judge has ruled that IBM cannot be prosecuted in the US for supplying computer systems to South Africa’s apartheid regime.
I strive for two types of guests when I book a year’s worth of PandoMonthlys. True legends who are perennially interesting, and up and coming entrepreneurs who are fascinating right this moment.