Andreessen's comments come amid a massive shakeup at Ford.
The cast of 'Silicon Valley' is much better at portraying start-up characters on TV than at answering tech trivia questions.
The alliance between the ACLU and Y Combinator was Sam Altman's idea, The Verge reports.
"You wanted to begin legal diligence on a Friday and sign the deal Monday?" an attorney asked Zuckerberg.
ZeniMax alleges that the Oculus Rift was "primitive" until ZeniMax employees added numerous improvements to the headset prototype.
Tech's biggest superstar, Elon Musk, has not yet accepted an invitation to meet with Donald Trump.
Larry Page, Tim Cook and Sheryl Sandberg will attend a tech summit with Donald Trump.
Venture capitalist Marc Andreessen says valuations are a little high, but a pullback could lead to more M&A activity.
Nvidia has been the top tech stock over the past year, on excitement about artificial intelligence and autonomous driving.
The idea that Thiel is speaking for Silicon Valley as its ultimate insider is all wrong. Recode reports.
"I have my vices, but I try to save as much as possible," Golden State Warriors standout and savvy tech investor Andre Iguodala tells CNBC.
Attendees at the this year's Allen & Co. conference in Sun Valley, Idaho, will have no shortage of topics to discuss.
Twilio's IPO could end a long drought in technology but first has to pass muster with public market skeptics.
The market has yet to see a break out tech IPO. Lucky for venture capitalists, the market could be ready to buck that trend.
Google's new cloud chief has a big wall to climb to catch Amazon, but she says the market is only in its infancy.
Slice Capital wants to get its own cut of a big regulatory switch that is going to change how start-ups raise funding.
Creating a culture that encourages workers to get more sleep can be a boon to your business, Aetna Chairman and CEO Mark Bertolini tells CNBC.
From Oct. 30 to Nov. 6, his holdings went from 1.6 million Class A shares in the social media giant to just more than 750,000, SEC filings show.
VCs are chasing this $7 trillion byzantine market by backing start-ups that offer everything from debit cards for seniors to wearables.
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