Technology can make us better, faster, stronger, and more productive. But it has another promise: accessibility. Marketplace Tech takes a look at how the latest gadgets and apps are helping people with disabilities approach their life in new ways – from using iPhones for dyslexia to wearing Google Glass for autism.
As science and technology advances, everyday life is sure to change, but how? Marketplace Tech takes a look at the near-future of tech -- not flying cars and terminators, but what's ahead in the next decade.
From Meg Whitman at Hewlett Packard to Facebook’s Sheryl Sandberg and Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer, Silicon Valley’s most powerful women have certainly been making headlines – positive, negative, and in between. Marketplace Tech talks with women in the tech world to learn about the issues they face and the changing landscape of the tech workplace.
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