IBM has released a study that suggests that gender equity in the workplace is not a top priority for 70% of businesses around the world. It provided several measures to address this.
The Huawei Women Developers program has been launched by the Chinese firm today to boost gender equality. It offers women, worldwide, skills and tools to advance in their technology careers.
Microsoft and UNICEF have announced a new version of Primero called Primero X. It will help social service workers around the world deliver better quality care to children and women.
UNESCO has published a new report which highlights concerns over to the use of female voices for digital assistants by default. It has published issues and recommendations for addressing them.
Apple has announced a new project called Entrepreneur Camp which aims to assist women in app-driven businesses. The firm plans to run its initial camp in January and has strict entry rules.
Facebook has published its fifth annual report. There has been a marked increase in female representation at the company, but it is still struggling in some areas that it intends to improve upon.
The dating app, Tinder, is expected to get a new feature in the near future which will allow women to decide whether or not they want to allow men to initiate a conversation with them or not.
As UK students get their A-Level results it has been revealed that just 9.8% of those completing computing courses were girls. Computing courses saw fewer people than expected during the last year.
Three women are suing Microsoft for gender-bias in the way the company promoted, paid, and evaluated its employees, saying that Microsoft consistently discriminated against women in the workplace.
In a new report highlighting diversity, Apple has stated that 32% of its workforce now consists of women, and that it has reached pay equity for all its employees in the US, regardless of ethnicity.
Saudi Arabia has invested a huge amount of money in the ride-hailing company, but Uber has found itself under fire for accepting cash from a government that regularly abuses human rights.
A new report from the UK government shows that there are now fewer women working in the technology field then there were back in 2002. This is despite the overall explosive growth of this market.
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.
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.
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