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|Posted by [email protected] on July 6, 2011 at 9:05 PM||comments (0)|
We’ve accepted that some women prefer blue or pink, trucks over Barbie dolls and could quite possibly beat your dorky brother speaking Elven or Klingon any day; so why haven’t we pictured women as techies?
Huffingtonpost.com dares to answer this question with their “Women in Tech” series sponsored by Top 5 leading green power purchasers Dell & Intel. For the next few weeks, females will dominate the screens of millions through videos, articles and interviews showcasing their triumphs, creations and aspirations. The first female engineer of search engine giant Google, Marissa Mayer, is highlighted in their debut post and takes us from the days of ballet curtain calls to her leap into the cyberworld.
An additional treat is their list of the 10 Female Tech CEOs To Watch who have nurtured groundbreaking discoveries as changing the changing the way the world manages crises to curing the everyday female fascination of new beauty products AND samples.
So whether you’ve just finished an endless weekend of Tech Tv reruns, monitored the latest iPhone 5 news or reconstructed your friend’s laptop for the umpteenth time all while rocking a high ponytail and bubblegum lip gloss: you’re not alone.
There are many more out there: men, you have been warned!
Written by InKed007
Do you think that femele geeks will lead the way in technological innovations?
|Posted by [email protected] on July 5, 2011 at 6:10 PM||comments (0)|
Thank you for checking out our 1st blog post!! Those who you have visited are now part of our history. I know you all are wondering about the title, well, the post is about the highly anticipated iPhone 5: will it sink or swim?
Well, the hottest summer commodity has been the handy and technologically advanced iPhone, who recently markd its 4th anniversary since its debut on June 29, 2007. Although persons have long followed the rumours, both on and offline, of the iPhone 5's 2011 debut; no exact date has been determined. To further fuel the anticipation of the tech savvy and enthusiasts everywhere, upgrades including integrated graphics, a faster multi-core processor, LTG speeds and a new antenna have also been speculated. A possible October/November release is supported by a report of a 15 milion iPhone 5 shipment, according to Taiwan based newspaper Digitimes.com.
With an estimated 1.5million sold on the iPhone 4's first day, it would be interesting to see how its successor will sustain when the official launch date is released.
With the fifth version not expected to be a major improvement from its predecessor, will this be on your Christmas wish list this year?