This morning Microsoft CEO, Satya Nadella, explained his thoughts on the Cloud, Windows 10, and women's rights in the workplace, in a series of wide-ranging interviews on TV.
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Satya Nadella has posted a memo about his comment on stage at the Grace Hopper Conference where he says that when he answered the question about a raise, he was "completely wrong".
Earlier today, Satya Nadella was interviewed Grace Hooper Celebration keynote by Maria Klawe but a comment about women and asking for a raise has landed the CEO in some hot water.
Microsoft is one of the sponsors of the International Women's Hackathon that's being held this weekend. It's the first all female hackathon with a number of schools participating in the event.
TechCrunch has posted the results of a survey taken by Phones 4u regarding women and their attraction to iPhone carrying men. The responses from the 1,500 women who participated may make your head spin. PR...
Canadian women are being asked to bare their breasts online in a brazenly novel campaign meant to keep them cancer-free. Hundreds of women have already uploaded their images -- including at least 20 breast cancer...
Yahoo! opened it's doors this Friday and Saturday for the first Yahoo! Hack Day, designed to let teams of developers build applications and projects using the Yahoo! APIs, with the most creative winning prizes. This...
Think teenagers are spending all night long playing online games on the computer? Wrong -- it's their mothers burning the midnight oil. AOL, a unit of Time Warner Inc., released a study on Tuesday showing...
The number of female Web surfers is growing much faster than the overall Internet population, according to a report released by Nielsen/NetRatings on Friday. The Internet research firm said the number of...