Jesse Jackson’s Rainbow Push Coalition recently hosted their Push Tech 2020 Summit, promoting diversity in the tech industry at the San Francisco Marriot Marquis on Friday, April 22. The conference is the culmination of Jackson’s [...]
San Jose, CA – One of the biggest technology companies in China has now set up shop in the United States. LeEco (formerly LeTV) was founded back in 2004 in China by Jia Yueting. The [...]
By: Angela Bronner Helm Tech giant Google announced last Friday that its philanthropic arm would be donating $1 million to Bryan Stevenson’s Alabama-based non-profit, Equal Justice Initiative.
When Brittany started attending the Pyramid Business Systems Telecom Tech program at Laney College this fall, she saw an opportunity to build her skills and find a job in tech, a field she already [...]
The Bay Area Discovery Museum this week was awarded $380,000 from 100Kin10 to fund a mobile engineering lab to serve the Bay Area’s pre-K through fifth grade classrooms.
By Sarah Hillenbrand, Lawrence Hall of Science News When Josh Miele was growing up, he wanted to be a physicist. But a family friend said, “He can’t be a physicist because physicists write on [...]
The Eastbay Astronomical Society is launching a program to restore the Zeiss planetarium projector at the Chabot Space & Science Center. According to the Zeiss representative in the United States (Zeiss is a German [...]
The David E. Glover Education and Technology Center (DEGETC) recently announced its new TECH U Program, which offers a variety of free technology-based trainings for youth ages 12-18, including computer coding and digital media.
It is no secret that the tech industry is growing. However, the dismal numbers of African Americans in the industry continues to be a problem that politicians with the Congressional Black Caucus (CBC) are [...]
Barbara Lee addressed the Congressional Black Caucus (CBC) Tech 2020 session on Thursday at 45th Annual Legislative Conference of the Congressional Black Caucus in Washington, DC.