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.
We tour the bunkers beneath the grass courts of Wimbledon to find out how and why every single swing and miss of the tournament is recorded.
Crave writer Amanda Kooser calls out Acoustic Research and others for pushing tech products that play down to cultural stereotypes in an effort to attract women buyers.
Seven-time Wimbledon winner Roger Federer shows why you shouldn't wear Glass during activities where your head moves a lot.
Eighteen-year-old Laura Robson, ranked #89 in the world, punches well above her weight on Twitter.
If you want to find the most cutting-edge, artistic and conceptually interesting games, indie is where it's at -- and it has a growing pool of talented women.
Featuring one incredible, painful statistic, Verizon shows how the things girls hear when they're young puts them off a career in tech.
You might not be able to hire Jimmy Connors as your tennis coach, but you can hire the Babolat Play Pure Drive connected tennis racket to help analyze your skills.
Luke Westaway shows off his backhand smash with the Sony Tennis Sensor at CES 2014.
The multisport sensor and platform from Zepp Labs is designed to give baseball and tennis players, as well as golfers, the most information possible about their swing.