Category: Women & Tech

4 Ways Women are Digging Deeper into the Gaming Industry

By Christine Persaud
It’s long been believed that the typical serious gamer is male, aged 18-34. (The Entertainment Software Association says the average age of today’s gamer is 30. The Entertainment Software Rating Board (ESRB) actually pegs that sweet spot age at 34.) So it comes as no surprise that game creators are tailoring to that audience.

Key Tech Inventions by Women

By Christine Persaud
From the chocolate chip cookie to the circular saw, women have been credited with inventing some of the most important (and tastiest!) creations in history. And in some cases, they may deserve credit where they didn’t get any.

What Does ‘Women in Tech’ Actually Mean?

By Christine Persaud
What Does ‘Women in Tech’ Actually Mean?
There are plenty of studies, stats, and infographics that suggest there aren’t enough women in tech, and women aren’t pursuing technical careers, coupled with a variety of proposed reasons as to why. But are these analyses technically (forgive the pun) correct? Or can they be misinterpreted?

The Worlds of Fashion & Technology Collide

By Christine Persaud
Never before has technology been as much about form as it is about function. And as the pendulum continues to swing in that direction, fashion trends are playing an increasingly important role in influencing the designs, patterns, and form factors of the latest devices.