Erratic social posts in the name of "transparency," a cult of personality around a founder, a company that "feels like a family" — where have we heard this story before?!
"At what point does it feel like you're buying a baby?"
All the innovations, apps, hacks, habits, gadgets, and robovacuums that made our lives a little better this year.
In an industry that has long struggled with gender equality, it's not yet clear whether it's just getting rid of a few bad apples or if the industry is truly ready for change.
The report, filed as part of a gender discrimination lawsuit against Microsoft, found that women in technical positions make less than men.
More than 500 people told BuzzFeed News that they’d been targeted with harassment and discrimination while working in tech, and it had far-reaching implications for their careers and personal lives.
Here are the new Tesla Semis and Tesla Roadster.
"I have often, when finding out about a new podcast with a large back catalog, made myself a 100-hour-plus playlist to catch up."
Scoble's partner Shel Israel announced the move in a Facebook post. "His decision is related to recent revelations that Robert engaged in inappropriate behavior."
Michelle Greer, who worked with Scoble at Rackspace, says he groped her at a tech conference in 2010.
A document circulating late Wednesday named and shamed dozens of men in media for bad behavior toward women.
An email went out Tuesday afternoon informing people that "a gift is on its way."
I needed to get rid of some old clothes, but instead of turning to eBay, Poshmark, or local consignment stores, I tried selling them on Instagram. It worked.
The lawsuit, which was filed today in San Francisco, has been brought on behalf of all women who worked for the company in the last four years in California. A Google spokesperson said the company "disagree[s] with the central allegations."
In 2015, women in tech in the city were making 82 cents for every man's dollar — but in 2010 they were making 97 cents.
"Are you just going to let him die?"
After a series of sexism and sexual harassment scandals, VR is vowing to do better. The industry's women are cautiously optimistic.
According to a lawsuit, one male employee at UploadVR "would talk about how he 'had a boner' and had to go to the bathroom to 'rub one out' so he could focus."
"You know what? I think I’m good."
Thinx founder Miki Agrawal is just the latest in a string of female founders and CEOs, from Sophia Amoruso to Arianna Huffington, who don’t practice the "fempowerment” they preach.