Pfizer’s Hospira arm has been at the heart of multiple supply chain breakdowns.
A lot of people who’ve been working in the venture industry — even for many years — haven’t seen a true down cycle. Somewhat ironically, Priti Youssef Choksi, a newly minted VC, knows very well what one looks like. The newest partner of the multi-stage investment firm Norwest Venture Partners has been working in tech […]
Major publishers say they’re concerned that Trump Jr. might face legal charges related to the Mueller investigation.
Copying popular lip syncing apps, Facebook has premiered a feature that will let users sing along to hit songs.
Concerns around Facebook’s recently revealed data sharing relationship with some device makers just took a turn for the worse. The practice, first revealed over the weekend, is now confirmed to have included relationships with Chinese companies Huawei, Lenovo, Oppo and TCL, according to The New York Times. Given that the U.S. government has longstanding national […]
DJI has announced a new partnership with Axon, a connected law enforcement technologies company. Under the partnership, DJI drones will be sold directly to police departments and public safety agencies across the world. The sales will be performed under the new Axon air program through which agencies are provided with video-capable UAVs.
Apple will add Live Listen support for AirPods in iOS 12, according to a new report. The company didn’t include the detail during its WWDC 2018 keynote, but a leak claims iPhone users will soon be able to enable the feature on their handsets. Live Listen was originally exclusive to hearing aids under the Made for iPhone program.
There aren’t enough to guarantee the safety of our food supply.
Apple will now allow password manager applications to integrate with Password AutoFill in iOS 12. That means you’ll have easier access to all your passwords when trying to sign into mobile websites and apps, not just those stored in iCloud Keychain. This may seem like a small change, but it’s actually an important one. Many […]
Google has announced that Project Fi customers can now add children under the age of 13 to a group plan, expanding the service’s usefulness for families. The company is also offering controls for parents to monitor their child’s data use, including seeing how much data they’re using and also control how much they can use their smartphone.