The chipmaker's latest diversity report shows some gains in its goal to increase diversity, though its ranks of underrepresented minorities hasn't changed much.
Despite minor improvements, the tech giant's US workforce remains overwhelmingly white and male.
The social network, publicly criticized for its lack of diversity, snags Jeffrey Siminoff from Apple where he held a similar position.
Erica Baker caught Google's attention after posting a spreadsheet highlighting unfair pay.
Leslie Miley, an African-American engineer who held a leadership role, questions the social network's commitment to diversity.
New online resources hub offers tips in English and Spanish on how to get started in computer science and the benefits that come with a programming career.
The ad campaign, which has kicked off in the San Francisco Bay Area, aims to dispel the tech-professional stereotype.
Susan Wojcicki thinks computer science should be a required class for everybody. Her message to women in technology: "We're hiring."
Following the lead of other tech heavyweights, Twitter shares its plans for hiring more women and minorities between now and 2016.
Intel says that it's on pace to hit its diversity hiring goals for 2015 and continues to peg 2020 as the year it hopes to reach full representation in its workforce for women and minorities.