Ellen Pao’s new book, “Reset: My Fight for Inclusion and Lasting Change,” chronicles her career in Silicon Valley and gender discrimination lawsuit against the venture capital firm Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers. Pao recently spoke with PBS NewsHour economics correspondent…
By Paul Solman
An internal memo criticizing Google's attempts to promote women in engineering was made public on Saturday, sparking a debate within the tech community about the values it defends.
By Omar Etman
A flurry of high-tech baby products has hit the market in recent months, but experts say there hasn’t been thorough research on many of those products and warn that they can sometimes do more harm than good.
By Megan Thielking, STAT
The popular social network is facing its second controversy in just four months over a filter some say is racist against Asians.
By Kenya Downs
To promote diversity in the tech industry, non-profit All Start Code has partnered with Google in an effort to address the opportunity gap for young men of color by training a new generation of coders.
By Paul Solman
Walk-ins may be a thing of the past. Tock, a service that allows you to buy or put down a deposit for a reservation, could be coming to a restaurant near you.
Billboards with language aimed at the tech industry are plentiful along a 49-mile stretch of freeway between San Francisco and San Jose. KQED San Francisco's Scott Shafer reports.
By Steve Goldbloom
I moved to San Francisco in 2010, in time to witness the extraordinary growth in the Bay Area tech scene. Since then, the startup boom has dominated business headlines: from the leadup to Twitter’s IPO, Facebook’s acquisition of WhatsApp for…
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