Six years after starting her offbeat Internet-based talk show, Draper this week winds up on the big -- well, bigger -- screen on a couple of Bay Area TV stations.
A new initiative aims to teach women how to create apps and launch their own startups, with the aim to reach one million people by 2025.
A little girl told that superhero shirts are only for boys sparks a Facebook phenomenon and new website known as "Wear Your Superheroes."
The game provides the same propulsion that gamers have come to expect from the franchise, but this time around, female protagonists star.
The on-demand car service adds coverage for the times when drivers are in between rides.
A little girl writes to Google and complains that her daddy gets only Saturdays off from the company. And it's his birthday. Google relents.
In an effort to bring more women into the technology industry, Google will pour $50 million into its Made with Code initiative.
Nintendo has unveiled The Legend of Zelda for Wii U, a beautifully rendered open-world game that looks to have some interesting changes.
Has BBC Political Editor's credibility cratered by exposing his iPad ringtone on live TV? Or might it have been enhanced?
A dad builds out a site to help name his baby daughter. Now she's born and the official name has been unveiled. And it's actually not weird at all.