These days, video conferencing technology has made meetings easier and much more convenient for teams all over. If you run a remote team, video meetings ensure better collaboration and results.
At WWDC this week, we learned about ways Apple plans to make Siri smarter, many of which have to do with your money.
Uber Italy’s former CEO, Benedetta Arese Lucini, wants to change the way we save our money in the UK.
Terrorism is the number one domestic security concern, but cyberattacks are running a close second. A 2016 poll revealed that almost 75% of all Americans fear a cyberattack that will seriously impair government, utilities, and private infrastructure.
Artificial intelligence has rapidly become an integral part of wealth management, so that computers and algorithms analyze massive amounts of financial data to spit out stock recommendations and other types of advice.
Instagram is really about reaching out to other users, not just posting your favorite photos. You’re supposed to be finding other great stuff you love in addition to posting your own stuff.
Facebook Inc. and Alphabet Inc.’s Google announced steps to prevent fake-news websites from generating revenue through their ad-selling services, signs that technology companies are moving to address a growing controversy about misinformation on the internet.
After weeks of push back from U.S. lawmakers, media and civil rights leaders, Facebook FB -1.44% on Friday announced it will stop allowing advertisers to use “ethnic affinity” to target the reach of employment, housing and credit-related ads with the aim of better preventing discrimination on the social network.
The company responsible for the infamous exploding Galaxy Note7 is now recalling a whopping 2.8 million of its top-loading washing machines, for… well, exploding.
Tesla Motors and Panasonic Corp., its key battery partner, will expand their relationship to solar panels if Tesla CEO Elon Musk’s proposed merger with financially challenged SolarCity wins shareholder approval next month.