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In a Facebook Live conversation, two technology reporters discussed and responded to questions about a Google engineer’s anti-diversity memo.
Tech platforms like Google, Airbnb and PayPal are battling with far-right activists, who accuse them of censoring their ideas.
Start-ups by young Berkeley engineers are marketing devices for home use that will help heart patients and asthmatic children manage their conditions.
Optical-character recognition software can transform manuscript images into text files you can edit, but pay close attention to the results.
The next step in analytics -- augmented analytics -- brings automation and new degrees of insight into an analytics initiative.
Agile is useful, but it's no substitute for empowered leadership of genuine cultural change.
After Google fired an engineer who wrote an anti-diversity manifesto, the tech industry is under the microscope for penalizing dissenting opinions.
The memo, written by a Google engineer who was later fired, enraged diversity advocates and also served as a rallying cry for conservatives and the alt-right.
The chip giant gains new prominence in the race to make autonomous vehicles part of everyday life.
The start-up is finding out what happens when a fast-moving venture capital business runs into the staid world of government regulation.
The employee, who confirmed his firing, argued in the memo that the gender gap among high-tech employees was due in part to biological differences.
Setting up two-factor authentication for your online accounts means a little extra work but more security, and you have more than one way to do it.
Most job seekers don't look for specific perks, but the things an employer offers can provide a valuable glimpse into the corporate culture.
The journey to digital transformation isn't just a technology initiative, it's about remaking the business.
If you’d rather dictate instead of type, and talk instead of click, check out the speech-recognition tools in Microsoft’s operating system.
Field workers often create Excel spreadsheets to track data and run their processes. But what happens when there are dozens of these? Here's how Carlsberg Danmark centralized business process management, created an orderly system with consistent data, and saved hundreds of hours in backoffice time.
In any IT project scope creep can act as a noxious weed, leading to project bloat, extra costs and time delays.
But experts say it is still an open question whether the South Korean manufacturing giant has a clear strategy to carry it into the future.
The company and its backer, SoftBank, have had talks with both Charter and T-Mobile to improve its fortunes as it falls behind rivals.
Farhad and Mike discuss the latest in Silicon Valley, including Facebook’s video chat ambitions and rumors of a Snap acquisition by Google.