Smartphone apps and wearable devices can tell when workers have been within six feet of each other, promising to help curb the coronavirus. But they’re not all the same when it comes to privacy.
Netflix has added millions more subscribers as people practice social isolation to control the coronavirus. But service’s diverse menu of content is not an efficient business model.
Alongside an impending global financial crisis akin to the Great Depression, Apple has announced its newest smartphone.
As the Fed warns of the risks posed by the new coronavirus, a supply chain expert explains how the outbreak could harm companies and the economy.
It seems no traditional finance company is safe from the marauding tech giants.
The iPhone maker’s tremendous stock rally has got nothing to do with fundamentals.
New tariffs on $160 billion of Chinese goods including smartphones and sneakers are set to take effect on Dec. 15.
Although some have dubbed the flurry of new video services coming out as a ‘streaming war,’ the reality is very different.
The likes of Alexa and Siri shouldn’t blindly aim to sound and behave like us - their voices need to reflect what they can actually do.
Tech companies use product launches to position themselves as the heroes of the digital revolution.
The National Basketball Association’s difficulty dealing with a tweet in support of Hong Kong protesters shows the challenges of having values and expanding into new markets.
New initiatives have allowed firms to enshrine their purpose in corporate bylaws, but gaps exist between local and international issues that can complicate the definition of a multinational’s purpose.
The idea of a phone that can do everything is hardly new. But the premium pricing of Apple’s iPhone 11 begs the question of how far this trend can realistically be taken.
The news that malware can invade iPhones and other Apple devices via the Safari web browser has damaged Apple’s reputation for security. But you can fix the problem by updating your phone’s software.
For all their good intentions, accidents happen when fallible humans intervene in complex systems they don’t understand.
Advocates and opponents of breaking up Facebook, Google and other technology giants are falling prey to some serious misconceptions.
With the benefit of hindsight, we might finally see that the iPhone was the opposite of minimalism.
Trump believes the money Americans spend on Chinese imports like the iPhone goes straight into China’s pockets. In reality, China gets very little value from it.
Companies scrutinise our online likes, dislikes, searches and purchases to produce data that can be used commercially. And it’s often done without us understanding the full extent of the surveillance.
Once-leading firms such as Chrysler, Citigroup, Dunlop and Nokia have one thing in common: they failed. While each case seems unique, research points to key processes that lead to corporate failures.