Regulating crypto could create American super apps

David Donovan Contributor Share on Twitter David Donovan leads the Global Financial Services Practice for the Americas for digital consultancy Publicis Sapient and is a former Fidelity Investments executive. Much of Chinese society has come to depend on so-called super apps like WeChat to do multiple tasks, from making a medical appointment to hailing a […]

Steering innovation toward the public good

Pete Buttigieg Contributor Share on Twitter Pete Buttigieg currently serves as the 19th Secretary of Transportation, having been sworn in on February 3, 2021. Millennia ago, some unnamed innovator created humanity’s most famous early invention: the wheel. And ever since, the story of transportation has been one of human creativity, innovation, and technology. From e-scooters […]

Google brings Android and (some) Windows PCs closer together

Google is working with the likes of Intel, Acer and HP to make connecting your phone to your Windows PC through Fast Pair, share files between Android devices and Windows PCs with Nearby Share, set up Bluetooth accessories and sync text messages between the two computing ecosystems. These new capabilities will come to select Windows […]

OnePlus 10 Pro will launch with a beefy battery and latest Snapdragon

OnePlus has seemingly taken a page out of co-founder Carl Pei’s book with the 10 Pro launch. Gone, it seems, are the days where we get everything we want to know about an upcoming device in one handy location. Instead, the company’s meting out information about its latest flagship, piece by piece. Overnight we got […]

BlackBerry phones once ruled the world, then the world changed

It’s easy to forget now in the age of Apple and Android, but at one time, BlackBerry owned the business smartphone market. You could have your Motorolas and your Nokias and your Samsungs, but for business, BlackBerry was it. Stalwart. Secure. Functional. As TechCrunch reported this morning, BlackBerry is shutting down its remaining services, and […]

Europe’s final push on the Digital Markets Act must include default settings

Sophie Dembinski Contributor Share on Twitter Sophie Dembinski is head of Public Policy and U.K. lead at Ecosia, which uses advertising revenues from its search engine to fund tree-planting projects across the world. To date, Ecosia has planted more than 139 million trees in countries such as Brazil, Australia, Burkina Faso, Indonesia, Spain and the […]