by Bryce Covert Jul 14, 2015
Pao came in as interim CEO of Reddit during tough times and then may have taken the fall for someone else's decisions.
by Lauren C. Williams Jul 8, 2015 Updated: Jul 9, 2015
The digital sky is officially falling.
by Rupali Srivastava Jun 17, 2015
The app uses an algorithm to identify trending illnesses in an area and send alerts to local users.
by Beenish Ahmed Jun 17, 2015 Updated: Jun 23, 2015
"In honor crimes, there will always be a woman in the equation," Rafia Asim, a Pakistani human rights activist told ThinkProgress.
by Bryce Covert May 13, 2015
Unitive, a new technology company, promises to root out employers' unconscious bias in the hiring process and beyond.
by Jessica Goldstein Apr 29, 2015
A conversation with the creator of "Do Not Track," a new docuseries that tracks big data tracking you.
by Lauren C. Williams Apr 24, 2015
Vagueness is not thine friend.
by Beenish Ahmed Apr 16, 2015
"Iran has millions of Internet users, many of whom are young and tech savvy, so they are certainly appealing to companies around the world as potential customers," Danielle Kehl, of New America told ThinkProgress.
by Jessica Goldstein Apr 2, 2015
"We want to help change the public perception of what a scientist looks like."
by Clay Johnson -- Guest Contributor Mar 4, 2015
The fight over Hillary Clinton's use of private email is many things, but it isn't about national security. It's about government use of antiquated technology.