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Posted by Renee Schmidt

Bang & Olufsen seamlessly integrates fashion design and tech; now, with women in mind!

For those of you unfamiliar with the beautiful products this technology company produces, check out their website here.

 
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Posted by Renee Schmidt

The Daily Muse is our favorite new startup; a a female oriented networking site, like nothing that has come before.

Its self-proclaimed mission (as per the “About” page), is to “bring community and career opportunities to professional women” and judging by what I’ve seen so far, they’re well on their way to doing just that.

That’s saying a lot considering the company and website have only been live for a couple of weeks!

 
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Posted by Renee Schmidt

Social Media is a HUGE part of our everyday lives…especially for teens. But what happens when a teenager’s social network goes awry?  How does a parent help them cope?

As of today, Katy Perry’s hit song “Teenage Dream” is well on its way to surpassing 86 MILLION, YouTube views!  This really got me thinking on the past.  We too often forget how incredibly hard those years of “living a teenage dream” really are.

 
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Posted by Renee Schmidt

Internet Explorer usage has been in decline –rapidly– according to a recent TechnoBuffalo article. Fall of the go-to web browser?

The tech blog reports, that “across all traffic, IE weighs in at 49.58 percent of users” which is a “drop-off of 1.76 percentage points” from just last month.

This is a dangerous sign of things to come for Internet Explorer.

 
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Posted by Renee Schmidt

 

Fox News LIVE (live.foxnews.com) with Gregg Jarrett (@GreggJarrett)

TechCrunch founder Michael Arrington (@Arrington) is under fire for comments he made about women and minorities in the technology industry. According to Arrington, there aren’t many minority or female entrepreneurs in tech. SheBytes founder Renee Schmidt says Arrington’s opinions weren’t very PC, but he’s right (read more here).

November 9th, 2011- 11:05AM Segment

 
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Posted by Renee Schmidt

TechCrunch founder Michael Arrington (@arrington) generated a stir of controversy in a recent interview for some comments he made about the lack of women and minorities in the technology industry.

But, to me the real question is:

Is Arrington right?  I weigh in.

 
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Posted by Renee Schmidt

That’s right: Kim Kardashian divorce from Kris Humphries comes after only 72 days of marriage!

Wow, talk about “keeping things brief”…

 
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Posted by Jason Moriarty

The Web has come a lonnnnnnnng way since the early 90s; the evolution is quite stunning! We have transitioned from Netscape Navigator, AOL, and dancing babies to online retail stores, video conferencing, and augmented reality. Life without the web is hard to imagine, but it’s even harder to believe that the web has only been around just a few years! Imagine where we will be in 2020 – holographic projections perhaps?  Take a stroll with me down digital memory lane as we look at the evolution of two of the worlds most popular websites: Apple.com and McDonalds.com

 
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Posted by Julija Laventa

We love Technology and with Halloween only a short time away (October 31st), we decided to bring you a brief list of exciting tech gadgets that will make it very hard for your friends and family to forget this Halloween!

The least organized of us are rushing to the stores to pick up our costumes and last minute party decorations.  Make sure you don’t forget to stock up on your gadget needs as well :)  

 
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Posted by Renee Schmidt

 If you’ve never heard of Marissa Mayer, one of Google’s senior executives (one of few women exectutives in tech), allow me to fill you in:

  • According to Wikipedia, Mayer was born in 1975
  • She graduated from  Stanford University
  • She joined Google in 1999, when the company had under 20 employees (talk about the right place at the right time!)
  • Mayer became the first female engineer hired by Google
  • Over 10 years later, Marissa is a Google Executive with her official title being; Vice President of Location and Local Services, and is frequently the warm, public face of the tech Goliath

To me personally, this short synopsis is extremely inspiring.

 
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