Chantel McGee is a News Associate for CNBC, covering breaking technology news.
Prior to CNBC, McGee was a tech reporter for the Daily Dot where she covered the intersection of technology and culture.
She began her career in television covering general news, with previous reporting positions at News 12 and Regional News Network in New York.
McGee has a master's degree from Harvard University and a bachelor's from Stony Brook University.
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Dr. Edelman says the current news environment and emerging technology could create the perfect conditions for Russia to mislead the American public.
Thalmic's CEO says his team is developing a completely new interface that will continue the trend towards wearables replacing phones.
The company is embroiled in a legal dispute with Apple, which began with a $1 billion royalty dispute in January.
George made the announcement on LinkedIn, which now lists him as "retired."
The parent of Snapchat, which just fell below its IPO price, is the 'most overvalued company in the world,' said NYU's Scott Galloway.
China's government is tightening its reins on internet control by baring the usage of VPN, says report.
The hourly associates will receive a competitive salary and a comprehensive benefits package, according to a press release from the company.
There is no easy fix for Silicon Valley's problems with sexism, gender bias and diversity, said McNamee.
In a LinkedIn blog post, venture capitalist Hoffman gave his insight into how to end the culture of sexism in Silicon Valley.
The tech community should acknowledge its contribution to inequality in the Bay Area and work with the community to fix it, says Bracy.
VCs in Silicon Valley are worried China will soon overtake the U.S. in areas like AI and autonomous vehicles.
You might be noticing that your inbox is getting flooded with emails from sites and services you haven't used in years.
The Trump administration is telling lawmakers it has reached an agreement to aid Chinese telecom firm ZTE