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  • Are we destined to work in the metaverse?

    Are we destined to work in the metaverse?

    In a recent interview with Lex Fridman, Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg described a future in which our workplace would exist in the so-called “metaverse.” Our commute would involve little more than slipping on a pair of virtual reality (VR) goggles. Once jacked in, we’ll interact with colleagues via avatars, attend meetings, give presentations and do […]

  • How Lenovo IT boosts diversity and inclusion

    How Lenovo IT boosts diversity and inclusion

    As a global technology company with more than 63,000 employees, Lenovo aims to advance diversity and inclusion (D&I) in the workplace. Part of the company’s mission is to ensure that its leaders reflect the various cultures and ethnicities of its internal talent. Maintaining a diverse culture and achieving its full potential is fundamental to its […]

  • Disaster recovery: Hitting the data protection home run

    Disaster recovery: Hitting the data protection home run

    It’s not a question of if your business will experience data loss — it’s a matter of when. Backup is widely employed as the last line of defense to protect against threats like human error, hardware and software failure, or natural disaster. A single data loss incident, whether malicious, environmental, or accidental, can cripple a […]

  • Apple leads the 5G transition, reports claim

    Apple leads the 5G transition, reports claim

    Perhaps more than any company, Apple is translating the 5G upgrade cycle into a license to print money. But the truth is that at this stage of deployment, the real significance of faster mobile broadband hasn’t really been felt yet. Apple takes the largest slice of the 5G cake Device deployment, at least, appears to […]

  • Podcast: Foxconn’s factory shutdown, Mac Studio review and iOS 15.4

    Podcast: Foxconn’s factory shutdown, Mac Studio review and iOS 15.4

    Hosts Juliet Beauchamp and Ken Mingis talk with guests about the latest tech trends and news. Audio Foxconn partially shut down some of its factories in manufacturing powerhouse Shenzhen as a result of a COVID-19 outbreak. Foxconn, which is the world’s biggest contract electronics manufacturer and Apple’s largest iPhone supplier, said it “adjusted the production […]

  • Do svidaniya, Kaspersky — goodbye

    Do svidaniya, Kaspersky — goodbye

    Companies and governments have, shall we say, interesting relations. Just ask any Chinese tech company in recent days.  But, while they’re losing billions, companies in war-mongering countries like Russia have an even harder row to hoe. How can Russian companies support Russia’s unprovoked invasion of Ukraine? You may say they can’t, but that just shows […]

  • As high-tech firms lead the return to office, leasing rates hit positive territory

    As high-tech firms lead the return to office, leasing rates hit positive territory

    Although the impact of the global pandemic is still being felt in the commercial office space market, many parts of the world are now moving towards living with the COVID-19 rather than operating with strict restrictions, office leasing data shows. With 5.4 million square feet of net occupancy growth across the US, office leasing rates […]

  • Enterprise AR will be dominated by Apple and Magic Leap

    Enterprise AR will be dominated by Apple and Magic Leap

    Magic Leap just unveiled an advanced prototype of its Magic Leap 2 headset and the consensus among reviewers is that it’s a great product. Founded 12 years ago, Magic Leap first offered up a series of proof-of-concept prototypes that started out being bigger than a big refrigerator. Then, four years ago, the company introduced its […]

  • Review: The iPad Air 5 remains the most versatile Apple tablet

    Review: The iPad Air 5 remains the most versatile Apple tablet

    Equipped with an M1 processor, a much better video-conferencing camera, and 5G as a cellular option, the iPad Air 5 absolutely delivers the power you need to get work done like a pro — without the bells, whistles, and price tag of an iPad Pro. iPad Pro or iPad Air? Apple’s decision to pump an M1 […]

  • FCC Again Rejects Net Neutrality Even as Controversy Reignites

    FCC Again Rejects Net Neutrality Even as Controversy Reignites

    The fight over net neutrality is not over. Even as states individually tackle the issue of equal access to broadband, the Federal Communications Commission again voted to reject the Obama-era regulation mandating internet service providers (ISPs) provide equal access to bandwidth. The FCC ended net neutrality in 2017, reaffirming its commitment to this on October 27, […]