Women in Tech
December 7th, 2019
Women in Tech
Martina Slajerova: How a Hard Diet Led to an Innovative App
Screen Time Statistics: How Much is Too Much?
The below infographic presents screen time statistics, giving us an insight into how much time we spend staring into the blue light.
Smart Clothing: What You Need to Know About E-Textiles
Smart clothing is the next big thing in wearable technology. Find out what is driving this technological revolution and how this technology works.
How Fybr is Helping Shape the Smart City
We spoke with CEO Bob Glatz and Chief Engineering Officer Bret Beringer about the solutions provided by the Fybr and how the platform can be utilized.
How Maria Prusakova is Making Cryptocurrency an Equal Opportunity Industry
We spoke with Maria Prusakova to discover how she’s working to make cryptocurrency an equal opportunity industry.
5 Obstacles Autonomous Cars Need to Face Before They Hit the Road
With the rise of the autonomous vehicles, manufacturers, government officials, and potential owners alike face a litany of new problems to solve.
5 Apps That Are Revolutionizing Parenting
What if there were an app for being a better parent? These 5 apps are helping parents to be more productive, more attentive, and less stressed.
Dr. Ronald Klatz on the Latest Innovations in Anti-Aging Technology
Dr. Ronald Klatz of Optimal Health MD details the innovations and technology behind the treatments that bring patients closer to the Fountain of Youth.
What Blockchain Offers Autonomous Vehicles
What can blockchain bring to autonomous vehicles? Security, safety, and a whole new approach to ownership. We'll explain how.
Zoox Plans to Have Autonomous Cars on the Road by 2020
Australia-based startup Zoox is planning to have autonomous vehicles on the road in 2020. Here is how they are going to do it.
How Lego-like Wooden Bricks Are Revolutionizing Construction
We take a deeper look into Brikawood, the company behind the the Lego-like wooden bricks that are revolutionizing building technology.
4 Technologies That Are Revolutionizing Surgery
Here’s a look at four revolutionary medical technologies – from VR to robots – you may see the next time you go in for surgery.
5 Technologies Revolutionizing the Hospitality Industry
Whether it's mobile booking or ordering room service, here are the top 5 technologies that are revolutionizing the hospitality industry.
Medicalization Podcast Review: Engaging, Witty, and Intelligent
Want to learn how they discovered the cure for scurvy? Or how about why milkmaids never got small pox? The Medicalization podcast might be perfect for you.
Alzheimer’s Research is Gaining Steam with New Clinical Trials
The scope of Alzheimer's research hasn't changed much in the last 25 years. INmune Bio, a San Diego-based immunology company, is trying to change that.
Dr. Nashlie Sephus Discusses Diversity in Tech
The first black female CTO of a company acquired by Amazon, Dr. Nashlie Sephus served as the lead engineer for the software development team of Partpic.
Behind the Scenes with the I-Pace, Jaguar's First Electric Vehicle
“Let’s do an electric car,” was the go statement Dr. Wolfgang Ziebart, Technical Design Director at Jaguar, remembers as the start of the I-Pace.
How Jordan French is Increasing Coverage of Women in Tech
Grit Daily News’ Executive Editor and journalist Jordan French is trying to bring women in tech and entrepreneurship to the forefront of media.
Top 5 Blockchain Myths and Misconceptions
For years, blockchain has been heralded as a technological game-changer with incredible potential and perspectives. Here, we’ll clear up some of the blockchain's most widespread myths.
6 Ways 5G Will Innovate and Upgrade Your City
5G will likely facilitate the growth of smart cities in a number of areas. Here are six specific ways that will likely happen.
3 Dumb Smart Devices to Waste Your Money On
Don't you want to load your smart home with completely unnecessary smart devices? Let’s look at the IoT devices you should waste money on.
How Smart Cities Will Be Transformed by 5G Technology
5G technology in smart cities is already making an impact, especially in congested cities that must prioritize solutions for safety, pollution, and parking.
Ceramic Pro CEO Explains How He Revolutionized Automobile Detailing
Ceramic Pro CEO Peter Diebitsch explains his business strategy and how his company popularized ceramic coating in the United States.
Anti-Vaxxers: Where Did They Come From, When Will They Go?
Twenty years ago, Andrew Wakefield made an unprecedented claim to the scientific community that spurred what is now the anti-vaxxer movement.
Why In-Car Commerce Will Fuel the Growth of Connected-Car Services
With a market that is expected to exceed $37 billion in the U.S. by 2023, the future of connected-car services is bright with possibilities.
3 Ways Tech is Arming the Battle Against Diabetes
New technologies are making both types of diabetes easier to manage and less expensive to treat for both patients and medical professionals.
How Kate Gorman is Leading Women in Video Game Development
Despite statistics, the majority of games developed for mobile platforms are still marketed to men, which makes Kate Gorman's female-targeted games unique.
4 Times Tech Was Used to Cheat the Casino World
What sort of technology helped earn a few players notice as the most dangerous in the business, and how has their legacy changed the shape of gaming today?
Cloud Seeding: Real Science of Weather Manipulation
Do we actually have weather manipulation technology? Was your crazy cousin Jerry right all along? Find out in this short but informative video.
Technology May Save Malls from a Premature Death
Mall owners are realizing technology could save the American mall from its potential demise. Here are some innovative ways malls are attracting shoppers.
Connected Cars and Smart Homes: A Match Made in Heaven
As both the automobile and the home integrate smart technology, the connection between the two worlds is becoming more and more prevalent.
New Report Shows Women Are Being Left Behind in the Tech Sector
The 14th Annual Rosenzweig Report suggests that women continue to be held back, holding less than 10% of Executive Positions among Canada’s largest firms.
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