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Facebook Exec Predicts How We’ll Work 15 Years from Now

Facebook Exec Predicts How We'll Live and Work 15 Years from Now
Andrew Bosworth, vice president at Facebook Reality Labs, predicts that in about 15 to 20 years, mobile phones could be replaced by more advanced VR technology. Bosworth speaks to Emily Chang on Read more

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Colonial Restarts Gas Pipeline Following Cyberattack
May 13, 2021
Colonial Pipeline Co. said it began to resume gasoline shipments late this week, after a cyberattack that caused fuel shortages in several states. President Biden also asked US residents not to panic buy amidst the Read more
Connected World: The Importance of 5G for Smart Cities and Smart Surveillance
May 13, 2021
With 5G networks slowly making their way across the world, engineers and city leaders are looking for ways to use this new technology for the benefit of all. One especially important conversation taking place Read more
The Art of Waiting: Nemo-Q Queuing Solutions Empower Better Healthcare
May 13, 2021
Waiting in line at a healthcare facility has always brought challenges, but those difficulties were heightened as the COVID-19 pandemic raged on. Nick Eason, National Sales Manager at Nemo-Q, spoke Read more
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Facebook Exec Predicts How We’ll Work 15 Years from Now
April 1, 2021
Andrew Bosworth, vice president at Facebook Reality Labs, predicts that in about 15 to 20 years, mobile phones could be replaced by more advanced VR technology. Bosworth speaks to Emily Chang on Read more
Can We Solve the Social Media Truth Wars?
March 5, 2021
Social media is already largely an unexplored frontier, with new platforms and ways of interacting popping up almost daily. However, in the wake of one of the most contentious and Read more
Australian Government Moves Forward with Making Tech Giants Pay News Publishers: Business Casual
August 4, 2020
Google and Facebook have been under increasing scrutiny for their power. Australia aims to confront that power head-on with a recent code drafted by the Australian Competition and Consumer Read more
Facebook’s Faces Pressure as Advertisers Press Pause on Hate: Business Casual
July 2, 2020
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EU Antitrust Probes Target Apple, Twice: Business Casual
June 19, 2020
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Business Casual: Signal App Downloads Escalate, Offering Enhanced Protestor Privacy Protection
June 8, 2020
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The Death of the Third Party Cookie Creates A New Balancing Act
May 15, 2020
  As users continue to demand greater privacy (transparency, choice/control over how their data is used, etc), it’s been clear for some time that the web ecosystem must Read more
Australia Makes Big Tech Pay for News, Literally
April 23, 2020
  On this Business Casual segment, hosts Tyler Kern and Daniel Litwin are joined by producer Taylor Bagley to highlight a shift in Australian media dynamics between legacy corporate media Read more
White House Turns to Big Tech to Fight Coronavirus: Business Casual
March 18, 2020
  On this episode of MarketScale’s Business Casual, hosts Tyler Kern and Voice of B2B Daniel Litwin discuss U.S. Chief Technology Officer Michael Kratsios’ remote conference call to some of Read more