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As 60 million Italians face a coronavirus country-wide lockdown, many daily interactions among family, friends and colleagues have moved to messaging platforms such as Facebook Inc's WhatsApp and Microsoft's Corp Skype.
Pungent, spiky durian – a fruit banned in many public places in Asia due to its overpowering smell – has been used by scientists to store electricity, and could one day help power electric vehicles and mobile phones across the region.
With more people working from home to avoid coronavirus, will the Internet break? The short answer is probably not. The longer answer is that there will be disruptions.
Since the coronavirus outbreak began in China, where a large share of the world's spare screens, batteries and other spare parts are made, repairs can take days and even weeks for some phones and tablets.
Despite all the attention given to phishing attacks, and high profile hacks, email still remains the number one place where victims fall prey to bad guys.
US schools are using students’ phones to track and surveil them for their own safety, despite a lack of evidence to support the move.
Americans have so far largely been spared measures taken in China and elsewhere to contain the deadly coronavirus, keeping thousands of healthy people homebound and left to binge-streaming entertainment to ward off boredom. But that could soon change, and home-exercise company Peloton Interactive Inc may be well-placed to benefit from restless workout fans.
Owners of Android smartphones and tablets should use Bluetooth with care at the moment as a security vulnerability means that an attacker could use it to steal personal data or inject malware.
Microsoft has launched Office for Android and iOS mobile that come with some basic subscription-free features.
The cloud gaming service from Google now supports a range of handsets from Samsung, Razer, and ASUS, as well as Google's own Pixel devices.