macOS Big Sur
‌macOS Big Sur Release Times

So just when will it be available? Mac Rumors provided their best time estimates based on past releases, which is typically 10 AM Pacific Time. We’ve added additional cities.

Lyft Hopes To Finally End 'Living Under a Cloud'
Lyft Hopes To Finally End ‘Living Under a Cloud’

We want to make sure there’s clarity and certainty in this industry so that it’s not living under a cloud.” says Lyft’s Chief Policy Officer Anthony Foxx.

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IBM and AT&T Partnering On 5G and Open Hybrid Cloud

IBM and AT&T have announced they are partnering to help bring 5G and open hybrid cloud services to enterprise customers.

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Zoom COO: Transaction Fees Possible For New OnZoom Service

Zoom COO Aparna Bawa says that Zoom is open to experimenting with transaction fees for its new OnZoom service targeting video delivered services like piano lessons.

Airbnb: Working From 'Any Home" Huge 2021 Trend
Airbnb: Working From ‘Any Home’ Huge 2021 Trend

An Airbnb commissioned survey reveals that the work at home trend will be transforming into the ‘working from any home’ in 2021. The survey says that 83% of employees are in favor of relocating as part of remote working.

Apple Launches 5G iPhone 12
Apple Launches 5G iPhone 12

Apple CEO Tim Cook announced today the launch of iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro with 5G.

Box CEO: Pandemic Opened Up New Way Of Working
Box CEO: Pandemic Opened Up New Way Of Working

Box CEO Aaron Levie discusses how remote working that was forced upon companies has actually opened them up to a completely new way of working.

Tilman Fertitta: New York Restaurants Are Not Going To Last
Tilman Fertitta: New York Restaurants Are Not Going To Last

Landry’s CEO Tilman Fertitta said on CNBC that at only 25% maximum capacity New York restaurants are going to go out of business.

Microsoft Teams Adding Virtual Commutes
Microsoft Teams Adding Virtual Commutes

If you are missing your daily commute to and from your office, Microsoft Teams is coming to your rescue. The Teams update launching next year will let you schedule virtual commutes.

WSJ: Google Deal With Apple Worth $13 Billion A Year
WSJ: Google Deal With Apple Worth $13 Billion A Year

Google may be paying Apple as much as $13 billion per year to be the default search engine for the Safari web browser which is included on all Apple devices.