West Monroe has conducted its quarterly survey of executives, and the results are good news for the job market.
Slack has introduced a new feature, one that brings lightweight audio communication to the platform.
Uber has told staff it wants them in the office 50% of the time, as the company continues to adapt to a changed workplace.
Zoom has announced it is acquiring Kites GmbH, a firm specializing in real-time Machine Translation (MT).
Apple is working on an all-new iPad Pro design with an even larger screen, if reports are to be believed.
Encrypted communication platform Telegram has finally added group video calls, roughly a year after originally announcing plans for the feature.
Google has unveiled a new tool designed to help employees decide where to work from and how it will affect their pay.
Telecom companies have won a last-minute injunction against New York’s Affordable Broadband Act, putting the law’s future in jeopardy.
Salesforce is doubling down on its Slack acquisition, reworking its entire operations to be Slack-first.
Apple is already experiencing pushback on its announced return-to-office plans, with employees writing a letter objecting and citing demands.