By Ashley Reed, Human Resources for the Digital Home Team at Comcast Cable For Internet of Things engineers, there’s a lot to be excited about these days, but one thing that’s been particularly inspiring to me – as a woman who is continuously on the lookout for talented software engineers – is the emergence of […]
Personal safety wearables development and adoption is on the rise with a range of wearable safety devices on the market like Nimb, Revolar and Siren. Their common thread is that they aim to enable the user to get help in situations where their personal safety is at risk by sending an alert to pre-selected friends or family, typically a text message […]
Ayda, a promising new health wearable taking family planning to a whole new level that was founded just last year, is set to launch soon. The firm raised around $600,000 in seed capital and was recently named a “High Potential Startup” by Enterprise Ireland. Ayda’s mobile phone app – currently in the design stages – tracks […]
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It pledges “full representation” across its entire workforce by 2020.
Cheap add-ons help me slay this beastly phone.
Stereotypes triggered an engineering gender imbalance.
Disrupting maternal health.
Where are the women?
The men have to wait.
A systemic problem.
We went to actual Silicon Valley companies to look past the Hollywood stereotypes offered on TV. Here’s who we found.
A “Female Minifigure Set” won as this year’s fan-designed Lego set.
Through Twitter, women speaking out against the brutal shooting in Isla Vista have found a common voice.
At a panel in San Francisco on Tuesday, a group of women came together to speak their truth. It’s an essential first start.
Our in-person Q&A with tech personalities now backs a nonprofit seeking to democratize access to technology.
Twitter tabs former Pearson CEO Marjorie Scardino as its first woman board member.