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A single mom of three kids started streaming on Microsoft’s Mixer service earlier this year. In nine months, she’s gained the same number ...
"Lady" Desiree Wright plays piano for the internet masses. She made the jump from Twitch to Mixer earlier this year, and she isn't looking back.
Jessica Blevins, the 27-year-old manager and wife of the most popular video-game player in the world, reveals the inside story of Ninja’s move t...
For more than a year, Tyler "Ninja" Blevins was synonymous with Twitch, Amazon's streaming service. That changed in August when Ninja moved to Mixer.
We asked executives and hiring managers to share the worst responses they have ever received when interviewing job candidates. It wasn't pretty.
Executives' favorite strategies range from making a hiring decision in under 10 minutes, to posing tough brain teaser questions.
We talked to the professor who fought Cambridge Analytica to get his data back in Netflix’s ‘The Great Hack’ about why privacy right...
David Carroll's fight to get his data back from Cambridge Analytica is featured in 'The Great Hack,' a new Netflix original documentary.
Future Googlers should be thrilled they don't have to answer these interview questions anymore.
Meet Jessica Blevins, the 26-year-old wife and manager of the most popular video-game player in the world right now
Jessica Blevins, 26, is the manager of the world's most popular video-game player, the "Fortnite" pro Tyler "Ninja" Blevins. She also happens to be married to the guy.
Here’s what it’s like to interview at the 5 biggest companies in tech, according to current employees
To gain insight into the interview experience at some of the biggest tech companies, the career-data site Comparably surveyed more than 6,000 employees at Amazon, Apple, Facebook, Google, and Microsoft.
Designed for a community of tech elites, these tiny homes are 3D printed, run by Tesla batteries, and cost $250,000
Designed for the tech elite community Walden Monterey — located about an hour south of Silicon Valley — the "sleeping pods" will be used to house prospective buyers considering purchasing land on the property.
Two technologies could transform the way we all watch live sports — here’s how close they are to becoming reality
IBM’s Michael Ludden and Jaunt’s Mitzi Reugh discussed the future of VR and AR in sports during a panel at the Tribeca Film Festival.