Microsoft has announced a virtual AI summit with company executives and industry leaders, scheduled for June 2.
Google has announced that it is making its premium video conferencing product, Google Meet, available for free to everyone.
Coronavirus is changing the world as we know it, but tech is hard at work to make the “new normal” safer and more comfortable.
There are many benefits to eLearning, with Coronavirus forcing educators to upgrade, perhaps there can be previously unattainable gains?
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella is touting the company’s software in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic.
Amid socially connecting people across the globe and lucrative business innovations, it comes as no surprise that there are some new and exciting advances available in the classroom.
Along with Apple’s announcement of a new iPad Pro, the company also announced a new MacBook Air with faster specs and a lower price.
Andy Kessler, a technology writer for the Wall Street Journal, suggests that similar to other world crises events, the coronavirus could spark a new era for business and the world. Notably, will the advent of millions of new people suddenly working and being educated online become the norm once the fear and facts of the virus fade?
President Trump surprised Google Friday, saying the company was working on a coronavirus web portal. Now the company is scrambling to catch up.