After a year like no other, expect 2021 to bring a big shift in the technology landscape -- from on-demand services and better remote working options, to more 5G connectivity and huge leaps in space travel.
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Stuck at home due to the coronavirus pandemic? Use these videoconferencing options to keep in touch with family, friends and your workplace.
People are turning to Skype and other internet chat apps as the pandemic forces social distancing.
The software giant's trained artificial intelligence software to identify background noise that isn't your voice. Snackers, rejoice.
Microsoft uses human reviewers to improve voice services like Skype and Cortana, but a report says it had "no security measures" in place to guard data.
They could also be listening to conversations with virtual assistant Cortana.