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Ada Initiative bails on GitHub, after sexism allegations

Workplace gender discrimination claims against the software hosting service have resulted in an ousted co-founder and a fizzled partnership.

By April 23, 2014

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Ada Lovelace, early computer whiz, gets Doodle love

Seen by some as the world's first programmer, Lovelace created technical notes for the Analytical Engine conceived by Charles Babbage.

By December 10, 2012

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Celebrate Ada Lovelace Day

The day celebrates the achievements of women in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and math, with the intent to inspire and create new role models.

By October 16, 2012

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GitHub: Sorry for secrecy with the sexism claims investigation

The software hosting service’s CEO comes out with new details on the inquiry surrounding allegations of gender harassment at the company.

By April 28, 2014

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Disabled goldfish gets underwater 'wheelchair'

A "buoyancy-challenged" goldfish swims around in a special harness designed by her owner.

By February 6, 2013

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Women make advances in technology

Call this the year when small cracks shot through the glass ceiling for women in tech. While pioneering women have made their marks in years past, 2012 saw critical mass with women advancing in some key, high-profile technology management roles.

By December 11, 2012

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Get an Amazon Kindle Fire HD 8.9 for $149

That's for the 16GB model. Get it with 32GB for only $30 more!

By May 28, 2014

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The future of 'microimplants' in your body: Wireless charging

Stanford researchers find a new way to safely charge tiny devices embedded inside the body. Cyberization, here we come.

By May 19, 2014

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Geeky alphabet blocks teach numbers and nerd icons

A is for Ada Lovelace. B is for Buffy the Vampire Slayer. C is for C-3PO. A nerdy father makes alphabet blocks to teach his son his geeky ABCs.

By January 27, 2014

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New projects aim to teach the vision impaired about the beauty of space

The Space Telescope Science Institute has unveiled its projects to help the vision impaired understand space, including a free iPad ebook exploring the Tarantula Nebula.

By January 13, 2014