Tony Fadell had a hand in creating some of the most influential devices of all time, including the iPod, the iPhone, and the Nest thermostat. He shares insights on how to build great products, companies, and leaders.
A decade before Steve Jobs introduced the iPhone, a tiny team of renegades attempted to build the modern smartphone. Hear about the story of Handspring from two cofounders.
Klári Dán von Neumann is a computer programming pioneer who worked on the Monte Carlo simulations of atomic and thermonuclear explosions immediately after World War II. It's time to tell her story.
John Markoff explores how Stewart Brand influenced a generation with the Whole Earth Catalog and saw the future of technology before everyone else.
Can an AI bot created by a team of researchers beat world champion human gamers at the incredibly complex video game Dota 2?
The Software & Computing Museum in Ukraine is under threat from Russian bombs. It's personal for CHM Senior Curator Dag Spicer.
Follow a dedicated team of museum professionals and others as they race to preserve an important collection in record time.
Author Sebastian Mallaby decodes the history and impact of venture capital with leading Silicon Valley VCs in conversation with Stanford's Leslie Berlin.
Iconic computing pioneer Margaret Hamilton, who helped land men on the moon, shared her story with CHM in a uniquely rare oral history interview.
Storied thought leadership forum the Churchill Club lives on at CHM, where decades of the club’s audio and video files, event photos, and newsletters will serve as a touchpoint and a reminder for future generations.