United Airlines makes the wizard bag disappear;  Apple’s AirTag gets that bunny out of the hat

United Airlines makes the wizard bag disappear; Apple’s AirTag gets that bunny out of the hat

Danny Orleans is a corporate whiz. No, he doesn’t make the value of corporations disappear. We leave this sort of thing to executives who don’t know what they’re doing and watch as the value of the company they run falls in half. This might bring to mind a certain wealthy individual and a specific social…

From Jet Engines to Artificial Intelligence and Quantum Computing: Seeds of the Future in Tech Diplomacy with France and the United States

From Jet Engines to Artificial Intelligence and Quantum Computing: Seeds of the Future in Tech Diplomacy with France and the United States

News Opinion Columns From Jet Engines to Artificial Intelligence and Quantum Computing: Seeds of the Future in Tech Diplomacy with France and the United States Delhi’s timing and approach will build on these partnerships to engage and lead the strategic journey of technological advancements French President Emmanuel Macron and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi (Photo:…

The United States will spend $42 billion to make Internet access universal by 2030

The United States will spend $42 billion to make Internet access universal by 2030

WASHINGTON, June 26 (Reuters) – The White House on Monday split $42 billion among the nation’s 50 states and U.S. territories to make high-speed broadband access universal by 2030, launching a new ad campaign for President Joe Biden’s economic policies. Funding under the Broadband Equity Access and Deployment program was authorized under the Biden-backed $1…

United Nations elections are set to impact how nations shape the internet

United Nations elections are set to impact how nations shape the internet

Receive free International Telecommunication Union (ITU) updates. Well, I’ll send you a myFT Daily Digest email rounding last International Telecommunication Union (ITU) news every morning. Elections to head the technical bodies of the United Nations rarely attract much public attention. But when delegates from 193 countries choose the next secretary general of the International Telecommunication…