A range of announcement were made at this year's Worldwide Developers Conference, including the new 'CarKey' feature, and Apple's decision to part ways with chip manufacturer Intel.
This major adjustment to how the cryptocurrency operates happens every four years.
It's possible to evaluate countries' readiness to lift their lockdowns, based on how well they managed the first wave of the pandemic, and how ready they are for a digital economy.
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An absence of laws governing the digital space has allowed the government to tinker with internet accessibility as it sees fit.
The same technological forces that make the Wuhan outbreak a global concern are also key to managing the crisis response.
The digital economy will, soon, become the ordinary economy as the uptake - and application - of digital technologies in every sector in the world grows.
The EU needs to reconsider its approach if digital platforms are to thrive.
Last year, it was estimated data centres around the world generated the same amount of carbon emissions as created by the global airline industry's fuel usage.
Kenya, Rwanda, and Uganda are at the forefront of the war against cyber criminals.
Delivery companies are constantly learning from past mistakes to better serve customers, but they neglect crucial energy, mobility and health issues.
SoftBank is pouring another US$8 billion into WeWork, even though the office rental company is now valued at just US$8 billion.
A call for greater transparency.
A lot of banks started experimenting with blockchain in 2015 but they've made little progress.
Tech companies use product launches to position themselves as the heroes of the digital revolution.
WeWork's uncertain future reflects how investors have wised up to the hype around Silicon Valley start ups.
Australia is falling behind other countries in digital skills and infrastructure, but smarter planning and investment can turn things around.
Traditional banks don't understand the challenge they face from fintech disruptors and their competitive advantage is on the wane.
Indonesia needs a digital affairs ministry if it wants to tap growing potential and tackle mounting issues.
The technology behind the new OS certainly looks promising. But it's no magic solution to the US trade ban.