Vladimir Putin Signals Support for Cryptocurrencies

Russian President Vladimir Putin has come out in support of cryptocurrencies, at a time when Russia is the third-biggest crypto mining country.

Cisco Is Working to Reinvent Itself, Much Like Microsoft

Cisco is working to reinvent itself and cash in on the modern shift to cloud computing, after years of being slow to adapt.

Semiconductor Shortage May Disrupt iPhone 13 Supply

The semiconductor shortage may take a toll on Apple’s new iPhone 13, impacting the all important holiday sales season.

Automakers Killing Deals, Focusing on High-Demand Models

Automakers are killing deals and focusing production on high-demand models as a result of the semiconductor shortage.

New Zealand May Launch Its Own Digital Currency

New Zealand is exploring the possibility of launching its own digital currency, the latest indication of how much such currencies are transforming the market.

Ford Delays Return to Office Till Next Year, May Require Vaccines

Ford is joining the growing list of companies pushing back their return to the office date, telling employees they will not be back till next year.

Facebook and Giphy Used Legal Loophole to Close Deal

Giphy used a legal loophole to help Facebook purchase it without drawing regulatory scrutiny.

Apple Delays a Return to the Office Until January

Just weeks after announcing it was delaying a return to the office until October, Apple has moved that back to January.

Inflation Only Expected to Last Six Months

Consumers and businesses struggling with inflation received some positive news, with one expert saying it will only last six months.

UK May Block NVIDIA/Arm Deal

The UK may prevent NVIDIA from buying Arm Holdings, over national security concerns.