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An advertising company that first focused on fashion, beauty, and celebrity gossip sites, Glam Media has expanded both geographically and content-wise over the past year.
Women make up just 17 percent of the Web giant's tech workforce and are outnumbered in leadership positions nearly 4 to 1.
At a women in technology panel that closed out Google I/O, the tech titan says that it will pay for "thousands" of women and minorities already in tech to advance their skills.
People are getting on social networks, e-mailing, and surfing the Web from their mobile phones at an increasing rate.
While you can find Santa Claus, a bloody syringe, and seven kinds of birds, you’d be hard-pressed to find many people emojis that aren’t Caucasian.
Although the West African nations stricken by the Ebola outbreak are not tech-savvy, text messaging, phone calls, and even radio are helping educate the most at-risk people.
The goal of the U.S. Global Development Lab is nothing short of harnessing innovation to eliminate extreme poverty by 2030. Crave's Eric Mack asks USAID about the ambitious plan it likens to DARPA.
In what some might call an advertisement for the classic story of an immigrant pursuing the American dream, Redmond's new boss, Satya Nadella, was born in Hyderabad, India. Now he's running Microsoft.
Professor Dumpster is a combo of Bill Nye the Science Guy and Oscar the Grouch, and he wants to show us that living minimally can help save our cities. CNET Road Trip 2014 dives in.
A total of 13 percent of online users recently surveyed by Pew Internet use Twitter, compared with just 8 percent last November.