On Nov. 4, Mount Holyoke will host HackHolyoke, a 24-hour hackathon that welcomes 200 hackers from around the country to be develop disruptive technologies.
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Just because it’s popular in the startup doesn’t mean it’ll work for everyone. Piktochart's Ai Ching Goh tells us how to go against the grain and make the...
On Oct. 28, Twitter will host the Digital Citizenship Summit launch event for U.S. Media Literacy Week at their San Francisco headquarters.
"From My Head to Hers," a documentary by Maria Alvarez wins "Google Breakthrough in Technology Award" at the San Francisco International Film Festival.
Only 11 startups founded by black women have raised over one million dollars from outside investment. Star Cunningham is on her way to becoming number 12.
Rails Girls, a free two-day workshop for beginners that focuses on the Web application framework Ruby on Rails, will be hosted in Baton Rouge on Feb. 19-20...
SoftSpot by MoonLab - the brainchild of Dr. Sabine Seymour - is a plug+play sensor system for clothing. As grand prize winner they received $25,000 in cash.
Bring Your Daughter to Hack Day is focused on exposing youth in the New Orleans area to technology. This year's event takes place on Oct. 3, 2015.
How do we get more women in tech and how do we showcase the best of the industry to be role model leaders to the next generation? Billie Bowe chimes in.