Results related to “technology”
by Carla Murphy on March 9 2015, 1:21PM
Seventy percent of Kansas City public-school students do not have Internet access at home.
by Julianne Hing on October 28 2014, 1:14PM
Getting to the root of a longstanding problem.
by Julianne Hing on October 14 2014, 4:28PM
Where are the black and Latino tech graduates going?
by Jamilah King on February 7 2014, 11:46AM
But it needs your help to get off the ground.
by Julianne Hing on January 15 2014, 1:29PM
Cultural perceptions about who’s best at tech—and access to the elite public education—are primary factors.
by Von Diaz on November 11 2013, 10:03AM
The former head of business development at FourSquare now has his sights set on increasing diversity in the tech sector.
by Von Diaz on October 25 2013, 2:01PM
Out of a list of the ‘Silicon Alley 100,’ a scant few are people of color or women.
by Von Diaz on July 31 2013, 2:29PM
The San Francisco-based founder of the STEM initiative got one of 11 White House Champions for Change in Tech Inclusion awards today.
by Jorge Rivas on March 25 2013, 2:22PM
Adria Richards, the developer evangelist who was fired after tweeting an image of two men she heard making sexist jokes, may have a strong case if she decides to take her former employer to court.
by Jorge Rivas on March 8 2013, 9:55AM
South by Southwest, the mega-conference for tech, film and music geeks, starts today. Colorlines.com multimedia editor and pop culture blogger Jorge Rivas shares his top picks.
by Jorge Rivas on December 6 2012, 11:37AM
It’s time Apple starts to think different and consider equity too.
by Jorge Rivas on November 20 2012, 4:36PM
Cherokee has become the first Native American language fully integrated into Gmail.
by Jorge Rivas on October 25 2012, 11:33AM
The representation of people of color in product launch videos is more than just about diversity at Apple. It’s about equity.
by Jamilah King on October 3 2012, 11:31AM
Get ready for another wild ride in the telecom industry.
by Jorge Rivas on September 21 2012, 11:53AM
Waiting in line for iPhone 5, some are just doing their jobs.
by Channing Kennedy on August 6 2012, 9:16AM
Colorlines.com readers discuss an exciting program that’s giving young black women the tech skills that nobody else will, and how few truly positive tech-sector role models these kids have.
Topics: Schools & Youth