SAN FRANCISCO, Dec 6- At Pinterest, the online bulletin board service that is valued near $3.8 billion, some 70 percent of the users are female. Male-heavy boards dominate in the start-up mecca of Silicon Valley, which prides itself on progressive thinking and putting talent first. Google, Facebook and Twitter all went public without a woman on the board.» Read More
The president wants Congress to authorize $200 million a year for 10 years for research on energy technologies.
Samsung unveiled the new Galaxy S4 in New York City last night, with CNBC's Jon Fortt and Molly Wood, CNET.
Andy Kessler, former hedge fund manager, offers his take on tailwinds in the tech sector. CNBC's Herb Greenberg weighs in with CNBC's Mandy Drury.
Apple may finally do something big with some of its $137 billion cash pile, said Legg Mason Capital's Bill Miller.
Jay Bregman, CEO of Hailo, discusses how android users can hail a cab with the help of his company's app.
Renaud Laplanche, Founder & CEO of LendingClub.com, explains how his online company is able to provide personal loans to borrowers while returning an average of ten percent to investors.
Carl Manneh, Mojang CEO, discusses how his privately-held company has become a more than $1 billion success, and why he has no plans of going public, despite acquisition offers.
Eric Hippeau, Lerer Ventures partner, explains how social websites are generating an explosion in content and publishing.
Shervin Pishevar, Menlo Ventures Advisors, discusses how innovation will impact the next decade, as top tech business leaders gathering today at the "F.ounder's" conference in New York.
Google has named Sundar Pichai to replace Android co-founder Andy Rubin as chief of the world's most used mobile software.
Andy Rubin, the creator of Google's Android, is moving to a new role at the company, reports CNBC's Jon Fortt.
Apple may be "leapfrogged" on Thursday when Samsung unveils the next generation of its flagship Galaxy smartphone, Business Insider's Henry Blodget told CNBC.
Getting around Austin during the South by Southwest festival can be a nightmare. Thanks to a few handy apps, there are some creative travel options -- no cash required!
South by Southwest draws so many entrepreneurs, it naturally also draws venture capital investors hoping to find the next big thing.
Sean Wycliffe, Co-Founder and CEO of Dealflicks, explains how his company helps movie theaters fill empty seats by offering consumers discounted prices on tickets and concessions.
Tech is about to come out of winter hibernation. This week: the U.S. gets to pre-order the BlackBerry Z10, and Samsung unveils the Galaxy S4.
Fortune 500 brands flock to the South by Southwest festival, hoping to up their cool factor or even find the holy grail -- viral buzz. But they know they have to do more than just slap their name on a party with free tacos and beer to do it.
Apple's next-generation iPhone may feature technology that will let users pay for purchases by tapping their phone.
Though South By Southwest is famous for being a launch pad for social networks like Twitter and Foursquare, physical products are in the spotlight this year. Wait, talking sneakers?!
Twitter's president of global revenue, Adam Bain, said he's seeing a surge of ads surrounding marketing initiatives here.