"Alexa, please tell the Roomba to stop scaring the cat."
There's a link between anticipating future technology and spending decisions in the present, says macroeconomics professor Cristoph Görtz.
“Marketplace” host Kai Ryssdal takes a guided tour of a virtual world.
Hiring based on skills rather than degrees is more labor intensive.
NFTs can help artists bypass traditional channels, such as art galleries. But artists also have to navigate environmental, legal questions surrounding them.
Russia's economy relies on imported tech, like aircraft parts and semiconductors. That leaves it vulnerable as sanctions multiply.
China’s zero-tolerance approach to the virus is affecting American as well as Chinese companies.
Ukraine has become essential to global tech. Now companies are relocating employees and dealing with disrupted communications.
Wireless companies want to convert the frequencies 3G uses to faster 5G service.
Microsoft plans to spend nearly $70 billion for the video game maker, whose problematic workplace culture will present challenges.