Hayley Tsukayama

How George Washington University is shaping a piece of Google’s smartphone future

In the labs of George Washington University, students are laboring in labs covered in black-and-white dotted paper, puzzling out how to make a machine that understands images like the human brain.

A company guide to damage control after a social media blowup

Silicon Valley has been following a tempest surrounding the fallout of now-former PayPal executive Rakesh Agrawal's very public departure.

Can Google sustain its awesome side projects with decreasing ad revenue?

With buzz building about Google's newest project, the build-it-yourself smartphone known as "Project Ara," it's worth noting that some company observers are concerned about what Google's side projects are doing to its profit margins.

Why Amazon wants to rule your television

Where's the next major battleground for technology companies?

At 25, does the Web need a bill of rights?

A quarter-century ago, Tim Berners-Lee submitted a proposal to his colleagues at CERN that outlined his vision for what would become the World Wide Web. Now, he wants to make sure that it's growing up the right way.