Michael Gold and Yimou Lee The world's largest contract electronics manufacturer, wants to reduce its massive workforce with the help of automation.
Matthew Hall With repercussions from the Sony hack continuing to echo around the world, the United States government has warned of a lack of hands-on talent to battle online crime.
Jessica Guynn Maxine Williams is very visible on the Facebook campus. And not just because she's one of the few black people working there.
Cynthia Karena In the second of a two-part series, we have suggestions on cyber underground, analytics and leadership.
Women in tech
Hannah Francis Software engineering is about to face a serious skills shortage, and Tracy Chou knows where to find the right candidates.
Sylvia Pennington Technology education from early years will enable future generation of wealth creators, former Young Australian of the Year Marita Cheng says.
Geoff Lewis The idea that failures are to be valued and not feared is discouraging start-ups and their founders from believing in their visions.
Women in Tech
Danny Bradbury Susan Marenco is having a tough morning. She got 146 emails before she woke up, with headlines like "Shame on you". Then Good Morning America phoned – and all before she'd had her morning coffee.
Beverley Head With a growing innovation ecosystem, the University of Technology, Sydney aims to power up students to create their own IT businesses.
Ben Grubb Typical of online community message boards, there's been a spat, but this time it's in the top office, not on the discussion threads. And the result is that a woman will now be in charge of the reputedly "anti-woman" online community message board Reddit.
Sylvia Pennington Newer platforms are making much of the opportunity to offer specialised networking to niche audiences.
Women in tech
Hannah Francis A leading Australian workplace relations expert has labelled a policy of paying female staff to freeze their eggs and delay childbirth as a "loaded option" that commoditifies women's lives.
Lia Timson The praise for the federal government-commissioned school curriculum review has not been shared by the technology sector.
Numbers show that men tend to earn more than women doing a similar job at Microsoft.
Chris Taylor Satya Nadella came under fire Thursday for comments at a conference celebrating women in computing, in which the new Microsoft CEO suggested that women who don't ask for raises have "good karma" and that not asking for equal pay with men is a "superpower."