Fred Vogelstein is contributing editor at Wired magazine in San Francisco where he writes about the business and technology of Silicon Valley. There and at previous jobs at Fortune magazine and US News & World Report he's authored some of the seminal stories about the region's transformation from computer industry hub into ground zero for the most powerful companies on the planet. They include some of the earliest investigations into Bill Gates' fear of Google, the mess at Yahoo, the smartphone wars, and both the rise and growing pains of Facebook. He's been a finalist twice for The Gerald Loeb Award, business journalism's top prize. His 2013 book Dogfight: How Apple and Google went to War and Started a Revolution was published in 17 countries. He's also written about his family's struggles with epilepsy, a journey that helped jump start the development of the new drug Epidiolex.