The Trendiest Must Have Gadgets For Women

Being fashionable doesn’t mean you need to draw the line on the best outfits, hair and makeup. In fact, if you knew anything about fashion, you would know that being on trend is in fact, owning some of the latest tech gadgets. It’s a win-win situation here as the latest […]

Artificial intelligence is on the brink of a ‘diversity disaster’

The lack of diversity within artificial intelligence is pushing the field to a dangerous "tipping point," according to new research from the AI Now Institute. It says that due to an overwhelming proportion of white males in the field, the technology...

Health and beauty tech continues to fail pregnant women

There's a thread on Fitbit's Feature Suggestion forum titled, "Add Pregnancy/Nursing mode for more accurate calorie estimates," with the first comment logged in December 2013. It was locked at 328 comments and 1,388 upvotes. In the comments, hundreds...

Study: Women are abused every 30 seconds on Twitter

Earlier this year Amnesty International released a report discussing what many of Twitter's female users already know: the social network is not always a great place to be if you're a woman. Now, a new study reveals the hard statistics on just how to...

“Who’s She?” Guessing Game Teaches Facts About Famous Women

I’ve played the old Guess Who? board game with my son and daughter, where you have to ask for hints about who the other player has by asking for clues about the character’s appearance. You ask things like “Do you have hair” and so on. There is a new game in the works that is very similar, but this game is all about extraordinary women in history, and none of the clues have to do with their appearance.

The game is called “Who’s She?” and it features wooden pieces illustrated with famous women on them, like Amelia Earhart, Hatshepsut, and Frida Kahlo. The game includes 28 biography cards that have facts about the lives of the women.

This game sounds like great a way to delve into women’s history while playing. It’s on Kickstarter now, and a pledge of at least $74 will get you a copy of this unique game when it starts shipping in early 2019.

Intel says its staff is now representative of the US ‘skilled workforce’

In 2015, Intel made a $300 million commitment to ensuring its workforce accurately represents the US skilled labor market, particularly with regards to women and underrepresented minorities (African-American, Hispanic and Native American people). It...

FDA says unapproved ‘designer vagina’ treatments are dangerous

Cellulite, thigh gaps, hip dips... women have no end of supposed physical "flaws" to worry about, and in recent times this remit has expanded to include the state of their vaginas, too. The internet is awash with products designed to improve a woman'...