2:15 pm, April 19th | by Rebecca Srulowitz
Looks like your prayers have been answered: Ron Paul is going to star in a video game.
11:38 am, February 24th | by Hillary Reinsberg
We know: you’re tech-savvy. You wouldn’t mind if your iPhone were embedded into your skin. When the WiFi connection gets volatile, so does your mood. But would you wear a pair of ugly, huge augmented reality “Google Glasses”?
6:45 pm, February 2nd | by Hillary Reinsberg
Martha Stewart has all kinds of opinions about mobile technology. The iPad’s too slow! Netflix needs more movies! The BlackBerry stinks!
5:13 pm, January 31st | by Hillary Reinsberg
Extra! Extra! Facebook will likely start filing for its IPO tomorrow, Wednesday, February 1.
12:45 pm, January 31st | by Hillary Reinsberg
The “sh*t people say” video meme has undoubtedly run its course, but we had to share one last one: “Sh*t Startup People Say,” conceived by the lady-run editorial team at VentureBeat, complete with relentless mocking of the absurd startup pitches they receive. What, you don’t think an “AirBnB for coffee” or a “social play in the espionage space” is a worthy idea?
6:14 pm, January 19th | by Hillary Reinsberg
Did you hear about Apple’s big iBooks 2 announcement? (We won’t bore you with the details — you can read about it here). What we will tell you is that the idea was conceived by…an intern.
4:40 pm, January 16th | by Hillary Reinsberg
Fresh out of the gate today is PandoDaily.com, a new site from TechCrunch alum Sarah Lacy. In her intro post, Lacy, a veteran Silicon Valley tech reporter, decries the claims of sexism in the tech startup space. How does she know? Because she just started a VC-backed company, and didn’t encounter any.
3:20 pm, January 13th | by Hillary Reinsberg
As we’ve already told you, this week’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas wasn’t exactly full of ladies — unless you count the “booth babe” variety. But look, we’re not interested in complaining about it. During the show, some female tech visionaries sat down to chat women in the industry. It’s well worth a watch.
6:30 pm, January 11th | by Hillary Reinsberg
Tech gadgets get marketed mostly to men, but then mostly women buy them. Advertisers and marketers, clueless once again.
11:13 am, January 10th | by Hillary Reinsberg
Recently, we told you about a tech incubator, specifically for women, and specifically for mobile-based startups. Too narrow a focus? We didn’t think so. Today, the founders of the incubator, Women Innovate Mobile, explained the whole idea on NPR’s All Things Considered.