With only a few days left in President Obama’s administration, the White House branch that handled some of his most important technological endeavors is looking to raise its profile in Silicon Valley.
The U.S. Digital Service, an Obama-founded White House branch dedicated to improving and expanding the federal government’s various online services, launched a new marketing campaign on Tuesday that appeals to potential tech industry recruits with a familiar face: Steve Jobs.
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Amazon promised on Thursday that it would create 100,000 new jobs in the United States over the next 18 months. And that prediction quickly got tangled up in politics.
Donald Trump has reserved some of his harshest commentary for China, but he still made nice when one of the country’s billionaires came for a visit.
The CEO of e-commerce giant Alibaba, Jack Ma met with the president-elect Monday in New York. Ma promised his company would help create one million jobs in the U.S. over the next five years by allowing small businesses to sell their products in China.
Facebook has put itself at the forefront of efforts to recruit a more diverse workforce, including a targeted internal recruiting strategy in 2015 designed to bring in female, black and Latino
After years of anticipation, Nokia is finally back in the smartphone game.
Social media users were quick to mock Apple’s AirPods when they were first unveiled back in September, calling them electric toothbrush heads and their containers, dental floss dispensers.
But who’s laughing now, huh? AirPods enthusiasts, that’s who. It seems that the dental hygiene similarities have an upside: Disguise.
Yep, some AirPod users have begun creating stickers to deter would-be thieves from rolling them for their expensive wireless headphones.