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Our faces are travelling everywhere, even when we're not.
The pandemic has magnified the value proposition of streaming services and could potentially accelerate the cord-cutting and cord-shaving trends towards cable TV.
If there is one lesson from the pandemic of 2020, it may be this: We are biological beings in a digital age.
We've entered a new golden age of storytelling, one that will be co-authored by creator, audience and machine.
The 5G rollout should lead to a meaningful increase in communications equipment sales growth and more widespread adoption of cutting-edge technology.
Cybersecurity was already in focus, but COVID-19 has front-loaded years of future spending into the near term, fostering new business processes.
The pandemic has magnified the value proposition of video streaming and could potentially accelerate the cord-cutting and cord-shaving trends.
On the first International Youth Day in 2000, the youth unemployment rate in Canada was about 12%.
Alex Lazarow thinks the difference will help define the decade ahead for innovation.