As video ad spending continues to expand, its share of total programmatic ad dollars will grow.

New Tesla batteries promise to boost EV range by 15%: Panasonic’s partnership with Tesla makes it a key EV battery producer for other companies making the electric shift.

A sneak peek into the “healthcare metaverse”: Crozer Health is the first hospital to integrate smart glasses in its first response operations. We detail how the glasses work and how tech like it could be at the helm of the “healthcare metaverse.”

Can AI help put an end to the pandemic? InstaDeep scored $100 million to develop more real-world AI solutions across industries, including pharma. We unpack how the tech could be a key to quickly developing a COVID-19 cure.

Global cloud adoption increased by 25% in 2021: Study reveals that security, managing complexity, and compliance still fall behind as businesses rush to migrate to the cloud during the pandemic.

Regulator reprisal could lead to Nvidia ending pursuit of Arm: Cancellation of $40 billion acquisition could be a red flag for Big Tech mergers in 2022.

US political advertisers will splash out $8.8 billion on video in 2022, close to the record $9.5 billion spent in 2020, despite this year marking a midterm rather than presidential election.

Fashion resale surged during the pandemic under a unique set of circumstances.

On today's episode, we discuss why the West's answer to super apps is finally taking shape, why cryptocurrency sells out as governments buy in, and what kinds of new revenue sources digital brokers are hunting for. We then talk about how JPMorgan Chase is planning on spending its increased yearly technology budget and what will be largely responsible for driving fintech funding to new heights. Tune in to the discussion with eMarketer principal analyst Eleni Digalaki and vice president of content and head of financial services at Insider Intelligence Daniel Van Dyke.

Google’s plan to deprecate third-party cookies is opposed by Germany’s largest publishers: The fight illustrates the tension between the overlapping priorities of antitrust concerns and privacy protections.

The fintech will launch a credit card next month that lets users earn an average yield of 6.04% on purchases—but costs $750 a year.

Opportunities will abound this year, too, due to diminishing cash use and the enormous latent demand for fintech services.

UK launch of Tink’s income tool is well-timed: The open-banking provider’s Income Check offering could gain traction due to the FCA’s upcoming repeal of the 90-day re-authentication mandate.

An IPO could offer Chime a wealth of possibilities: Going public could help the US neobank fund new business lines. The timing is key as challengers’ differentiation from incumbents keeps eroding.

Banking in a post-overdraft world: Regions is shaking up its mix of income sources after lowering its customers’ risks of incurring overdraft penalty charges.