When Tim Cook and the team at Apple gave the world its first look at iOS 14 at WWDC in June, privacy was at the heart of the announcement. Apple iOS 14 has now been released, and with it come a number of notable privacy features.
Up until now, the home was for family dinners, movie nights, and the occasional online shopping spree. With the current pandemic, this has all changed, and none of us are entirely ready for it. Over the last few weeks especially, households across the country have been on the edge of their seats as states and counties debate the hottest button issue at the moment – should kids go back to school?
“Fake news” is a term that has taken off in recent years, most infamously during the 2016 US presidential election. Biased news and sensationalism disguised as journalism has been around for a long time, but has been amplified through the internet and social media. There’s so much information today that it’s hard to decipher what’s real and what’s FUD. It’s become clear that the news we used to rely on — news that was supposed to be fact-based and impartial — is oftentimes no longer reliable.
Over the years, product creators have faced and overcome many challenges as technology evolves across mediums and networks. We have seen the growing number of platforms as new smartphones, computers, and IoT gadgets enter the US market. To complicate matters, network providers have experienced a shift from broadband to 5G, adding further complexity to accommodating technological change. To stay on top of the game, companies must be able to adapt and conform to new industry trends to continue the cycle of innovation. Understanding the needs of the customer is key to this transformation for creators and providers alike in order to remain at the forefront of technological advancement.