Unmark your calendar for February 1. Objectify a Male Tech Writer day has been canceled due to potential misunderstandings and misuse.
February 1 has been deemed a day for adding comments about the appearance of male tech writers when sharing their articles. The aim? Opening a discussion on how women tech writers are sometimes treated.
The fact that the social-networking site doesn't have any women on its board "is nothing short of shameful," says the newest advocacy group to join the FACE IT campaign.
CNET editor Dong Ngo finds a portable hard drive that impresses even him, though the Silicon Power Armor A80 has one quirk.
A male from Saint Clair Township in Ohio is under investigation for possible involvement in recent hacking attacks launched against governments Web sites in the U.S. and U.K., say Ohio news sources.
A recent study conducted in the United Kingdom reveals that very few women know about Android or how it can help them.
Researchers at the University of Sydney have declared that male science students are the least likely to have sex. But a very small proportion of the respondents were actually male.
Technology out of Singapore is focused on advertising, so future digital billboards can detect the gender of the person looking at it and display the appropriate ad. Next up: age recognition.
The Sony Alpha A900, the first full-frame model from Sony, has finally been made official. It packs a whopping 24.6-megapixel resolution on that giant sensor
Stanford researchers declare that video game playing stimulates parts of the male brain that delight in stomping on others.