Google pays higher salaries to men than more-experienced women: suit

A former Google employee claims the tech giant has been paying women who work in the company’s child day care center far less than their male counterparts — even though they have more experience.

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Apple to launch new emoji next week, including dinosaurs, fairies and zombies

Breastfeeding mothers, women wearing hijabs, and gender neutral individuals are about to be officially recognized … as emoji.

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Google may face lawsuit alleging gender discrimination

More than 60 women who are current or former employees of Google say they may take legal action against the tech giant over alleged sexism and pay disparities with their male colleagues. 

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3D-printed ovaries enable infertile mice to give birth

A researcher team working to perfect 3D–printed ovaries for infertile women have successfully tested their creation in mice. The mice, whose real ovaries were surgically replaced with the 3D–printed variety, successfully conceived and gave birth to healthy pups. The lab–created ovaries even triggered lactation.

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Quadcopter crashes into wedding guests, wedding guests sue

Two women were enjoying themselves on the dance floor at a New Hampshire wedding earlier this year when a rogue quadcopter suddenly crashed into them. Both guests received medical treatment, and now they’re suing the wedding planner as well as the groom.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2016/12/13/quadcopter-crashes-into-wedding-guests-wedding-guests-sue.html

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Study finds that women and men are equally strong video gamers

The hostility toward women gamers that was laid bare in 2014 during the GamerGate controversy extends to the stereotype that female gamers are inferior to their male counterparts.

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Male Snubbing Ride-Sharing Service Postpones Launch


Chariot for Women, a ride-sharing service that excludes males 13 and older, reportedly has postponed its launch to sometime this summer due to heavier-than-anticipated demand. The company originally had planned to debut the service in Boston next week. Chariot for Women is open to all women, including transgender women. Children, including boys under the age of 13, also may ride. The premise for the gender-restricted service is pretty straightforward: Disturbing stories about Uber drivers abound.

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Meet The Amazing Women Who Launched America's First Rockets

Rise Of The Rocket Girls gives the untold story of the women behind the space race

At a time when women’s roles were mostly limited to housework and motherhood, the girls at JPL calculated how much fuel the rockets would need to explore the solar…

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Microsoft's 'bug chicks' praise Windows 10, diss Macs in new ad campaign

Article Image Two middle-aged women and a host of insects star in the latest ads for Microsoft’s Windows 10, demonstrating some of that operating system’s most prominent features while holding spiders and talking trash about the Mac.

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Steve Jobs promoted opportunities for women at Apple, NeXT

Article Image A panel involving several women who worked at Apple and NeXT in the early days of personal computing recently discussed Steve Jobs’ relentless drive to build new products, particularly noting how treated women as equally capable to achieve greatness.

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Apple says recruitment of women & minorities improving, company will be more transparent

Efforts by Apple to improve recruitment of women and minorities in its workforce are slowly paying off, the company has revealed, as it hopes other corporations will follow its lead in diversity and transparency.

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'Abortion Drone' delivers pregnancy termination pills to women in Poland

Dutch activist group Women on Waves has used a drone to deliver pregnancy termination drugs to two women in Poland. The “Abortion Drone” was piloted from Frankfurt, Germany, over the Oder river, and delivered the abortion drugs misoprostol and mifepristone in Słubice, Poland, reports CNET.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2015/07/01/dutch-abortion-drone-delivers-pregnancy-termination-pills-to-women-in-poland/

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Apple ranks among top 50 'green' brands in 2015 survey of US shoppers

Apple is among the 50 most environmentally-friendly brands, according to a U.S. survey of 36,000 men and women, which among other topics asked shoppers which brands they perceived to be the most “green.”



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