Please note that this is a post about technology, not politics.
The tech industry cheerleads the displacement and reconfiguration of huge institutions like the music industry and telecoms. The arms industry shares many of the attributes of those industries, and is poised for fundamental change that is much like the changes they have experienced.
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With Facebook’s incredibly hyped IPO now over, longtimers at the company are naturally exploring the question: what does life after Facebook hold? Some are years into new startups of their very own, while others are funemployed.
But a small group is getting into philanthropy and giving back.
The tech industry is one of the brightest spots in the economy today. It's where lots of jobs are being created and lots of money is being made. But there's one notable area in which the tech sector lags in comparison to other well-performing industries: Philanthropy.
The average salary of Silicon Valley tech professionals is $101,278.
When Washington D.C. threatened to raise the price of an Uber cab by a few dollars, the online community staged a full-fledged panic attack. Yet it barely whispered a peep of discontent when Congress introduced a bill to alleviate the high-skilled immigrant crunch for tech companies.
With the wearable tech industry growing so quickly, it seems like every big tech company is trying to get a slice of the wearable tech pie. The next company to enter the industry will be none other than Intel.
According to Intel CEO Brian Krzanich, Intel will be launching a number of wearable products at CES 2014.
Repeated online harassment, all of it based on her sex, has forced a prominent female open source developer and community organiser to quit the tech industry and also rethink her participation in LCA 2012.
Am I the only one who's worried that our ability to export technology (Google, Facebook, Cisco, Qualcomm, etc.) will be severely affected by the perception that the NSA can spy on anything and works with every American company to spy on you?
Even if it isn't true, that some of these tech companies don't work with the NSA, the perception is already there.