Tech companies say they want more women and minorities. But who's actually doing something tangible?
Apple and Facebook have updated their company benefits policies to include fertility treatments in a bid to retain female staff.
Want to know how to get more money for your old tech toys? In this edition of Ask Maggie, CNET's Marguerite Reardon lists some Web sites with great deals this holiday season.
A Norwegian man bought 5,000 Bitcoins in 2009. Suddenly, he wonders what they're now worth. A lot, is the answer. In fact, he's already bought an apartment with some of it.
The struggling Web pioneer says in a brief statement that its criticized work-at-office directive is what's best for Yahoo.
It was a year that brought us the futuristic Google Glass and an irate Ira Glass, messed-up maps and a picture-perfect Mars mission, Windows 8 and Apple-Samsung hate. Here's how we heard it.
Social scientists at the University of Southampton uncover telling trends in maternal health--during pregnancy, childbirth, and beyond--with online maps using UN and WHO figures.
The new CEO of Yahoo has taken on another major challenge -- motherhood. The birth was tweeted by Mayer's husband, who said they're "doing great."
Pregnant women are the target market for a line of T-shirts and blankets that neutralize incoming radiation much like grounding wires neutralize electric currents.
Former Google VP tapped to lead the struggling Web pioneer announces on Twitter that she and her husband are expecting a son in October.