Finding it hard to break away from your smartphone, even on vacation? Try these tips for disconnecting—from the simple nudges to the seriously extreme.
Did you know that your phone can text you the weather, remind you to pay rent, and send you a joke when it rains to brighten your day? Get the scoop here.
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Last week, Hillary Clinton spoke at the Women in the World conference on the rights of women and girls. Read on for a recap of what she had to say about the “unfinished business” of advancing women not only around the world—but right here at home.
When you think about women in tech, you probably instantly think Sheryl Sandberg and Marissa Mayer. But there are plenty more women you should know about—women who’ve truly shaped technology as we know it. Check out this fun infographic to learn more.
Raji Arasu is a rare breed: Not only is she a female engineer, but she is also an executive in the field, currently serving as CTO at StubHub. We sat down with Raji to talk about her experiences and the lessons she’s learned on her way up the ladder.
Wish you could get a job in tech, or just want to be able to add new features to your website? Read on for ways to learn how to code, and then get started—you could be developing full applications in as little as three months!
We all know that there’s a major gender gap when it comes to women in the technology field, but those numbers are changing in big ways. Check out the infographic below for all the latest (and exciting) stats about how women are making new strides in tech.
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After a year of research, Debbie Sterling realized there was a large discrepancy in the toys available on the market for boys and girls—and that those made for girls were not cultivating their interests in STEM-related skills. So she decided to change that with a new toy, GoldieBlox.