Mobile payments are taking off. Contactless solutions are coming to restaurants, the movies, and your favorite stores.
School districts are bringing WiFi connections to communities that need them now more than ever.
One of them posted a photo of Wink hardware “where it belongs” -- in the toilet.
The public microscope has not been kind to the poor microbe.
Blame America’s other hamburger craze.
Salesforce is one of the first companies out of the gate, but if the Zoom copycats are any clue, others won’t be far behind.
For the first time, the Supreme Court held oral arguments by teleconference. For the most part, the historic occasion went smoothly
The fate of your Zoom happy hour may depend on one Massachusetts-based company.
The new Shop app might also be a shrewd way for Shopify to expand its base of 1m+ merchants.
If you miss out on your virtual prom, at least there’s… drive-thru graduation.
It’s a new spin on the tech that allows scalpers to snap up all the Taylor Swift tix.
Project Thor wants to smash the digital divide to smithereens.
The security firm Cloudflare said it’s waving goodbye to Google’s ubiquitous bot-battling tool.
Stanford University’s [email protected] is getting huge, thanks to an influx of users.
Their new effort will use Bluetooth technology to scale traditional contact-tracing approaches faster than humans can alone.
The fledgling food service vanished almost as fast as it had appeared.
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Smartphones were only just taking off a decade ago, but today they shape most of our lives.
After months of competition with other phonemakers, Samsung became the first company to sell a phone with a foldable touchscreen.
NumberAI, a startup that makes technology to add texting and AI functionality to old-school landline phone numbers, raised $10.5m to expand its business products.
Motorola is resurrecting the Razr, complete with a folding screen and a $1,500 price tag.
Apple stock got hit with historic losses after sluggish iPhone demand, and the rest of the economy is losing confidence fast.
There was a time, long ago, when a wantrepreneur could dream up a new app and get a million first-week downloads. That time, my friends, is no more.
Tristan Harris is trying to change the way companies design their addicting software and notifications
We answer a simple question that everyone seems to have.