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  1. In the near future, you'll attend meetings in a conference room that exists in your Apple AR glasses.
  2. The coronavirus crisis is driving employees out of the cities and into remote areas where bandwidth is low or nonexistent. Google, Facebook, SpaceX and others all have a dog in this fight.
  3. Security, yes. But the biggest problem to adoption is staring us all in the mirror. Here's what that means for you and your organization.
  4. Heavy hitters from Apple to government agencies to major banks are leaning in on QR code tech to improve disease tracking, touchless payments and much more.
  5. Google now lets some users verify purchases using voice alone. It’s just the beginning. Welcome to the future of biometric ID and verification.
  6. The Zoom experiment failed. The fallout is erasing all the benefits of remote work, making everyone exhausted and unproductive. -- but there's a better way.
  7. When radio waves, viruses and tin foil hats collide. How the coronavirus crisis is changing how, where and why 5G is being deployed.
  8. The world's engine of innovation is sick, stricken by the coronavirus. But it will emerge stronger than ever. Here’s why the valley will be just fine.
  9. Until now, smart watches, rings and glasses offered useful features, but were optional -- that's changing fast. Soon our lives and businesses will depend on them.
  10. Every wildly successful computing platform gains that success because of a "killer app" -- a software category or usage model that compels people to embrace it en masse.

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