Technology doping, giving athletes a competitive edge during the 2014 Olympic Games.
Tech Innovation Spotlight
What will 2014 bring in terms of technology? Read further on some the latest innovation’s planned to roll out this year.
It’s hard to believe that we are already in the middle of September with holidays looming right around the corner, but that doesn’t mean that our staff is taking a break from tracking down the latest and greatest technology stories from all around the web.
This Week in Technology for September 8th, 2013 takes a closer look at the latest NASA project to visit the moon, innovative smartphone chargers, and California’s decision to make license plates digital.
In celebration of the start of the 2013 NFL season, this week in technology for September 3rd, 2013 turns to the gridiron for examples of new and emerging tech that elevate the game for players and fans alike.
This Week in Technology for August 26th, 2013 takes a look at the possibility of a Google car, paying the bills with facial recognition, and the positive response from Ballmer leaving Microsoft.
Since it is a Friday (TGIF), I figured it would be fun to write a different kind of post. I haven’t written about sustainability in quite some time and I felt like it was time to talk about the things we do in our office as part of our relentless commitment to be a zero-waste company.
Believe it or not, women hold only 14 percent of executive officer positions, the Catalyst Census reports and women represent less than 10 percent of venture capitalists, leaving the tech industry at twice the rate of men, according to the Kauffman Foundation.