Category: Windows 8

At the Geneva Motor Show, the beautiful… and the damned?

 Passing by the glittering, luxury cars, with models draped elegantly over the hoods, you might get the impression that you were witnessing the height of power for the automotive industry. Not only has the internal combustion engine reached dizzying heights of refinement, but the plethora of electric, hybrid and fuel

Wanted: Founders in favor of tenured voting

 It’s hard to get too worked up about unequal voting rights, which are seen by public market investors as giving founders too much control, while viewed by founders as necessary to protect their companies from short-term shareholders. The reality is that only a minority of companies can command these terms,

You Ain’t Paleo if You Don’t Eat Bark, Plus the Week’s Other Revelations

We’re proud to bring NextDraft—the most righteous, most essential newsletter on the web—to WIRED.com. The post You Ain’t Paleo if You Don’t Eat Bark, Plus the Week’s Other Revelations appeared first on WIRED. Go to Wired Author: Dave Pell Powered by WPeMatico

Hey, Coastal Elites: Don’t Dis ‘Flyover Country’—Fund It

Steve Case travels the US urging tech’s elite to look beyond their coastal enclaves. Now he wants to persuade POTUS that startups will save the economy. The post Hey, Coastal Elites: Don’t Dis ‘Flyover Country’—Fund It appeared first on WIRED. Go to Wired Author: Issie Lapowsky Powered by WPeMatico

UK broadband giant BT agrees legal separation from pipes-controller, Openreach

 Startups in the UK will be hoping for better performance from the local broadband market after telecoms regulator Ofcom agreed a deal with the country’s largest broadband provider, BT, to legally separate Openreach: aka the division of BT that builds and maintains the broadband infrastructure. Read More Go to Source