Tony Fadell’s Book “Build” Celebrates Success and Failure

After 30+ years in Silicon Valley, this engineer and designer has plenty of tales and advice to share

Often referred to as the “Father of the iPod,” engineer and designer Tony Fadell has just released his first book, Build: An Unorthodox Guide to Making Things Worth Making. With 30+ years of experience in Silicon Valley and 300 patents to his name, Fadell has been part of epic successes—and failures—and this book is full of stories, insights and lessons related to them. Fadell began his …

Denmark to Build Nine Islands for Tech Industry

Hoping to create the “European Silicon Valley,” the Danish government has unveiled a plan for creating nine human-made islands which will be home to up to 380 businesses and 33 million square feet of green space. Called Holmene, the project (which will be located just outside Copenhagen) still needs approval from the Danish Parliament, but will hopefully create “12,000 new jobs directly and up to …

Wu-Tang Clan: Don’t Stop

Thus far in 2017, TV shows have had a profound impact on people’s music consumption habits (Big Little Lies and the Young Pope included). Out tomorrow, the official Silicon Valley soundtrack has already graced us with new work from producer Hudson Mohawke—but even more impressive, the latest Wu-Tang Clan track, “Don’t Stop,” sees both Raekwon and Method Man in top form. Produced by RZA, layer …