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By 2025, nearly 60% of the US population and almost all social and communication apps users will be frequent augmented reality (AR) users, but brands are only just starting to recognize AR’s benefits.

Apple’s manufacturing shift from China: The iPhone maker is looking to India and Vietnam to manufacture its most profitable products—a sign that Apple’s long time reliance on China’s manufacturing could be coming to an end.

The people’s electric car: There aren’t any Teslas in India, but the country could be well on its way to EV adoption targets with Tata’s $10,000 Tiago subcompact.

Learning is the new retention perk: A survey shows that learning opportunities incentivize younger workers to stay at their jobs. It shows how Big Tech could close the skills deficit.

Smartwatches and fitness trackers face slump: Rising inflation, economic uncertainty, and slowing innovation are ending pandemic-era hyper-growth as the segment matures.

Zuck has a golden opportunity if he doesn't muck it up: Meta’s market valuation drops are tied to its metaverse aspirations. Its upcoming product releases need to be crowd pleasers.

Nvidia’s new edge AI computing platform highlights the need to protect surgical robots and medical devices from hacking.

Smarter subsidies and incentives for EV adoption: Global EV adoption targets require a monumental shift for consumers. The shift can be accelerated by incentives to help bring down initial costs.

Pfizer expands its agreement with CytoReason by five years to boost AI’s role in drug development. We spotlight the trend in the pharma world.

A tech cold war intensifies: A federal order protecting US tech interests highlights anxiety over China surpassing the US as a global tech superpower. Some weaknesses are closer to home.

The EHR giant’s new Life Sciences program shows how large datasets can help expand clinical trial access to underserved communities.

Meta faces new challenges: ByteDance and Sony are building their VR ecosystems. This could be the perfect time for Meta to double down on its productivity and collaboration-focused metaverse

Twitter stock gets boost as Musk saga continues: Markets respond favorably to shareholders approving Musk purchase deal despite whistleblower allegations. Tech regulation is probable, but the deal outcome is uncertain.

Meta seeks secrets: The social media behemoth is asking rivals for confidential information in its lawsuit to prove it isn’t a monopoly. The strategy could backfire, leading to more lawsuits or intensifying regulation.

Technologies like digital clienteling tools and NFTs have created avenues for online engagement that can appeal to luxury consumers while maintaining a sense of exclusivity distinct from the typical public-facing website.

Amazon’s iRobot deal under investigation: iRobot’s fate hangs in the balance as interest groups and the FTC target the acquisition. If the deal fails, Amazon can make its own robot vacuums while iRobot flounders.

An iPhone for preppers: Apple’s iPhone 14 is getting satellite connectivity. It’s the start of a race for mobile satellite connections that could eventually cover every square mile on earth.

We detail how YouTube, Search, and Fitbit are tackling health literacy and information as social determinants of health.

EV segment expanding to SUVs, trucks, delivery vehicles: Various plans are in the works to develop efficient EV service vehicles. Tesla wants to know where you’d like superchargers, and Jeep is all in on all-electric vehicles.