Girls Who Code founder Reshma Saujani says girls use technology differently than boys to solve big problems. Girls, she says, tend to employ empathy when deciding which technologies to create while boys like to find solutions.
If you hit the annual Illinois State Fair in Springfield this weekend, you'll see the usual attractions: livestock exhibits, a ferris wheel, puffy funnel cakes. You might also be surprised to find a small booth for one of the largest…
As most states try to figure out how to lure self-driving car development inside their borders, Colorado is several steps ahead. This fall the state will deploy a fully autonomous truck to help its road crews.
Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba reported strong earnings and sales, lifting its market value closer to Amazon's. Alibaba is benefiting from both solid demand from consumers and businesses who host their sites with Alibaba.
In the weeks ahead of Saturday's Unite the Right rally, organizers used Facebook to coordinate the event. Hundreds of people had indicated they would attend and many more declared that they were interested.
President Trump abolished two White House councils Wednesday after CEOs started backing out in protest of Trump's response to Charlottesville. But one -- The American Technology Council -- remains in tact.