by Mike Montgomery Will the Bay Area’s tech royalty back a big boost to the minimum wage in San Francisco? They should. And they will — once they see the numbers. Let me explain. Until recently, the region’s tech stars have been able to portray themselves as the antithesis of Read More »
California Governor Jerry Brown just signed a bill that requires all smartphones sold in California to come with mandatory “kill switches.” A few weeks ago, I thought the bill was a seemingly harmless piece of legislation that might decrease the number of smartphones stolen every year. I even wrote a blog Read More »
Prolonged discussions of Federal Communications Commission regulations are typically about as stimulating as a fistful of Ambien — except when it comes to net neutrality. With the FCC poised to issue new rules governing how Internet service providers manage and price the traffic that flows through their networks, Americans woke Read More »
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