The Pentagon could reconsider its decision to award a major cloud contract to Microsoft after protests from Amazon.
Food delivery apps are switching to 'no contact' dropoffs as usage during coronavirus lockdowns spikes
Just Eat, Deliveroo, and Glovo have all followed US peers in implementing contactless food dropoffs.
Microsoft is canceling its massive Build developer conference due to the coronavirus outbreak, and will do it online instead
Microsoft is canceling its Build developer conference — one of its largest events of the year — and moving it online.
Google reportedly sent its Bangalore office employees home to work remotely after a worker there tested positive for COVID-19 and was put in quarantine
Google and property owners who share the office park have asked employees to work remotely, according to CNBC.
The Pentagon says it 'wishes to reconsider' the award to Microsoft of the $10 billion JEDI cloud computing contract
Amazon had challenged the Pentagon's decision to award JEDI to Microsoft on technical grounds, and accusations of political bias.
'Eye-popping': A standout number in Amazon's financial report hints at growing momentum with the world's largest companies
Amazon's performance obligations jumped 54% to a record $29.8 billion in its most recent quarter — but its growth could slow due to the coronavirus.
Slack has seen a 'significant spike' in new users from the coronavirus, but says it's too early to tell if it will help its business
Slack is seeing many new users for its free product amid the spike in remote work due to coronavirus, but its true growth comes from deals with large companies.
Silicon Valley's most famous startup training program just scrapped its famous 'Demo Day' founder pitches and will instead make startups submit investor-friendly slides
The slides will be available starting March 16, a full week earlier than planned, after the in-person event was canceled on Friday.
These playlists provide a surprisingly intimate look at how people across the globe are feeling about and coping with the ongoing crisis.
Oracle CEO Safra Catz said it's 'business a usual' as the impact of the coronavirus on the tech giant remains unclear
Oracle CEO Safra Catz said the pandemic's impact on its business is unclear and it's been largely 'business as usual.'
TECH COMPANIES IN FINANCIAL SERVICES: How Apple, Amazon, and Google are taking financial services by storm
Business Insider Intelligence examines how Apple, Google, and Amazon are gaining a larger foothold in the global financial services industry.
AT&T is lifting all internet data caps and Comcast is cutting some introductory service fees in response to the shift to more home use amid the coronavirus outbreak
AT&T is lifting data caps and Comcast is offering free internet service for 60 days to low-income families.
Amazon is recommending all employees around the world work from home, but a lot of them can't actually do so
Amazon is telling all employees globally who can work from home to do so as coronavirus concerns grow.
Read the memo holding company IPG just sent staff saying that it will keep all offices open amid coronavirus outbreak
CEO Michael Roth wrote that all major business units have tested working from home and he discouraged staff from attending large meetings.
Oracle, Apple, Google, and Amazon are among the largest global companies who have restricted travel or asked their employees to work remotely as a precaution against the novel coronavirus. Here's the full list.
As the coronavirus spreads across Asia, the Middle East, Europe, and the US, companies are restricting travel and asking employees to work from home.
New York police addressed rampant social-media rumors that the NYC subway system will shut down amid the novel-coronavirus pandemic
Viral disinformation texts and tweets suggested that New York City may shut down the subway system and encouraged recipients to panic buy.
Here are the companies laying off employees as they deal with the economic fallout from the coronavirus pandemic
Norwegian, the low-cost airline, said it would cut up to 50% of its workforce due to the decline in demand and the US restrictions on European travel.
You can easily see your message requests on Instagram and decide whether you want to accept or ignore the message, or block the user.
Steve Jobs made a bunch of predictions in the 80s and 90s about the future of technology — it turns out he nailed it
Although his later work at Apple influenced the way things turned out, he still offered a slew of predictions that are shockingly accurate today.
You can allow people to share your post on Facebook by changing the settings of the specific post instead of your entire account.
Once you leave a Discord server, you won't be able to send any messages in or receive notifications from that server.
Colleges are extending spring breaks amid the coronavirus, and students are taking advantage of the cheap flights amid travel fears to book low-cost trips
Some students with extended spring breaks are taking advantage of the extra time off and cheap flights amid travel fears to book low-cost trips.
You can easily allow followers on Facebook If you want more than just your friends to be able to see your Facebook posts on your news feed.
Tesla just reopened its Shanghai factory. Now it has to deal with what the coronavirus will do to its factories in the US.
VOICE ASSISTANTS IN HEALTHCARE: An inside look at 3 emerging voice use cases healthcare providers can deploy to cut costs, build loyalty, and drive revenue
Business Insider Intelligence outlines the voice opportunity in healthcare and explores the drivers propelling voice adoption in the healthcare realm.
The TikTok metrics that influencers should pay attention to if they want to make money from brand sponsorship deals
We spoke with an influencer talent manager and a digital agent about some of the metrics they see brands paying attention to in 2020 on TikTok.
To find archived emails in Gmail, you can search for them individually, or use the "All Mail" function.
When you mute someone on Twitter, their tweets will stop showing up on your feed, but they won't be notified that you've muted them.
Slack stock falls as much as 20% after it reported earnings that show slowing growth and weaker guidance than expected
All eyes are on Slack, amid the coronavirus pandemic — but its slowing growth seems to be making investors nervous.
People at Disneyland were waiting in hour-plus long lines for rides right up until the park announced it will be officially closing
As Disney announced it was closing the park on March 14, the official app still showed long wait times for some of its most signature rides.
USB-C hubs add extra much-needed ports and card slots to modern computers that don't have them. These are the best USB-C hubs you can buy in 2020.
You can easily archive a Facebook group with a few clicks on your computer if you're the admin of the group.
You can easily add a life event on Facebook to mark important milestones for your friends on the platform.
You can delete a Discord server via your server settings, but you may also need to enter an authentication code.
If you need to make video calls or create a video stream, you need one of the best webcams. These are the best webcams you can buy.
You can delete your Gmail account in the "Data & Personalization" section of your Google account settings.
It's easy to see Facebook Memories and use the platform as a digital diary on a mobile device or computer.
Whether you want a MacBook, Windows, or a Chromebook, there is a great laptop for everyone. Here are the best laptops of 2020 so far.
HBO's "Westworld" is one of the biggest shows on television. Here's how you can watch the third season when it premieres on March 15.
7 tips for using Zoom, Google Meet, and other remote work apps as more companies mandate employees work from home amid coronavirus outbreak
Experts say that companies need a "culture of trust" and a "social contract" to make meetings productive while working remote.
You can use Discord on an Xbox One by connecting the Discord app on a phone or computer to your Xbox Live account.
Netflix's 'Love Is Blind' creator wants 'many seasons in many countries and languages' of his reality-TV hit
"Love Is Blind" is Netflix's most in-demand romance reality series yet and has been near the top of its daily top 10 lists of popular titles.
Real estate giant RE/MAX is fighting off a recruiting slump. Here are the tech tools it's betting will attract and keep more agents.
RE/MAX's acquisitions of booj and First show the brokerage investing in machine-learning powered tech that values relationships over automation.
If you work at a computer with a mouse, you need one of the best mouse pads money can buy. Here are our top picks for mouse pads in 2020.
'Call of Duty' is taking on 'Fortnite' with a 150-player battle royale game — here's what it's like playing 'Warzone'
'Warzone' is a unique, fascinating, and free battle royale experience that's clearly aimed at 'Call of Duty' fans.
Thousands of people are visiting this website that tracks everything canceled amid the coronavirus outbreak — and its creator says he built the whole site in about 15 minutes
Isitcanceledyet.com offers a basic list of the cancelations hitting sports leagues, music festivals, major conferences, and college campuses.
The number of Americans without reliable internet access may be way higher than the government's estimate — and that could cause major problems in 2020
The coronavirus is pushing people into a "digital first" society, and far more people could be left behind than the government's numbers estimate.
Microsoft in internal memo offers paid leave to employees who can't work from home while schools are closed due to the coronavirus outbreak
Microsoft is offering paid leave to parents who can't work remotely as schools close across Washington state, Business Insider has learned.
We tested the latest and greatest smartphones. These are the best smartphones you can buy in 2020, at every price range.
A top VC firm is asking employees to log everywhere they go in case they catch the coronavirus, saying they have a 'moral responsibility' to stem the spread
Lux Capital's managing partner Josh Wolfe says the VC firm has a moral obligation to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.