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Officials in Austria and Italy are starting to use location data transmitted by mobile phones to determine the effectiveness of their coronavirus lockdowns.
A global virus outbreak may not be the best time to launch a new product. Unless, perhaps, you’re Walt Disney Co, and that product is a streaming service offering some of the best-loved brands in entertainment – like Star Wars, the Marvel superheroes and Toy Story – to people stuck at home.
Italy’s school shutdown is driving a surge in Internet traffic as kids turn to online video games to stave off boredom.
Amazon.com Inc said a shift by Japanese fans from compact discs to streaming is picking up speed, opening the door for its Prime brand in the world’s second-biggest market for music.
A top Singapore official rebuffed Facebook Inc’s criticism of the country’s fake news law as an "allergic reaction” to getting regulated, arguing the spread of misinformation about the coronavirus pandemic reinforces the need to police the Internet.
Uber Technologies Inc's self-driving unit is open to using technology from competitors in the industry.
Uber Technologies Inc's ride-hailing business will take a small hit due to the outbreak of the coronavirus, while its food delivery business will likely benefit from the epidemic.
Archive of Our Own, one of the Internet’s biggest fanfiction sites, blocked in China amid new censorship rules
Archive of Our Own, also known as AO3, says its site is inaccessible in China and it is “not due to anything on our end”. The site’s disconnection from China’s Internet has angered some users, who blame fans of actor Xiao Zhan for reporting a story featuring their idol.
Here are the highlights of Nokia's business transformations.
Nokia Chief Executive Rajeev Suri will step down in September and be replaced by Pekka Lundmark, who used to work for the Finnish company and is the current CEO of energy group Fortum, Nokia said on March 2.