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40 Online Resources All Women in Tech Careers Should Know About

Women in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) careers can often feel isolated at work if they don't have a lot of other female colleagues. Fortunately, the internet has more ways for women in tech to connect than ever before.
Technology

Vuzix to Equip Smart Glasses With Facial Recognition

The technology probably won't sit well with privacy advocates.
Gaming

Meet the Miller Lite Cantroller, a Gamepad That's Also a Can of Beer

It's a beer can, it's a game controller, it's a very strange piece of promotional material.
Apple

Apple Kills iTunes: Everything You Need to Know

With macOS Catalina, Apple is replacing iTunes with three separate apps: Music, TV and Podcasts.
Amazon

Amazon's New 'Prime Air' Drone Can Morph From Helicopter to Plane

The redesigned Prime Air drone is a 'hybrid' craft, which can take off and land like a helicopter, but also glide through the air like a plane.
Apple

Developers File Antitrust Lawsuit Against Apple over App Store

The Supreme Court recently ruled that both iPhone owners and iOS developers can bring antitrust lawsuits against Apple over its app store practices.
Apple

Apple Unveils Faster, More Private iOS 13 With Dark Mode

The latest release of iOS is packed with new apps and features across the camera, maps, messages, memoji, Siri and a lot more.
Hackers

The North Face Is Sorry for Hacking Wikipedia Photos to Promote Brand

The company and its ad agency did this to take advantage of Google's search algorithms.
Online Shopping

Google Bans Buying Weed Using Play Store Apps

Existing apps such as the popular Weedmaps and Eaze will need to remove the shopping cart functionality in order to remain on the Play Store.
Sleep

Pokemon Sleep Will Reward You for Sleeping

In a bid to turn sleep into entertainment, we're getting a Pokemon Sleep app and sleep monitoring accessory next year.