Facebook, Google & Co. are the new quasi-royal sovereigns. Their algorithmic de-facto laws do not require the approval of any of our parliaments.
In the past decade, America’s internet giants have grown to an enormous size. But the next few years are likely to be much less friendly to them.
Is Mark Zuckerberg really in control of Facebook? Or is he a sorcerer’s apprentice that cannot handle the invention?
Today’s tech sector has become a slow-moving behemoth, but there is one area bubbling with creativity — that of crypto-currencies.
A question that not only science fiction lovers should ask is: What future do we want to live in?
Innovation in Silicon Valley is driven by public funding.
Google’s dominance of the internet could bring them under threat of antitrust action.
How the German Chancellor turns big political crises into major reforms. After the NSA scandal, it’s data privacy.
Will the U.S. lead in technological innovation falter if the government can’t reap some of the rewards from its successful investments?