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Quick Response (QR) codes will be included in the MySejahtera application beginning June 1 to facilitate self-registration by the public before entering business and food premises.E
YouTube’s battle against Covid-19 misinformation is causing collateral damage as the world’s largest online video service struggles to pick up on nuances of an increasingly complex and political topic.
Nathalie Maikere sat at her dining table, her two children playing video games a few feet away, as a doctor in a lab coat unpacked her medical bag and took her temperature, pulse, and blood pressure.
Although people have been turning to online services during the Covid-19 pandemic, China’s economy shrank 6.8% in first quarter. Some sectors such as online education, remote working and gaming, have seen a surge in their traffic during the health crisis.
Tencent targets more console games as industry booms amid health crisis lockdowns and social distancing
The Chinese Internet giant recently closed deals with Japanese console gaming developers Marvelous and PlatinumGames. A collaboration with Activision Blizzard resulted in Tencent’s most successful console-to-smartphone gaming effort to date, Call Of Duty: Mobile.
As the novel coronavirus wreaks global havoc, Bill Gates is the new bete noire for conspiracy theorists worldwide including in Africa where a Kenyan politician’s false online post has added major fuel to the spread of misinformation.
Security experts at Alphabet Inc's Google sent 1,755 warnings in April to users whose accounts were targets of government-backed attackers, following a resurgence in hacking and phishing attempts related to the coronavirus outbreak.
As more governments turn to tracing apps in the fight against the coronavirus, a deep-rooted tension between the need for public health information and privacy rights has been thrust into the spotlight.
France’s lower house of parliament endorsed on May 27 a contact-tracing app designed to contain the spread of the coronavirus amid sharp debate over privacy concerns.
Bonnie Russolillo is one of millions of Americans forced by the pandemic to buy groceries online. The experience was better than she expected – the broccoli crowns were perfect and she was mostly pleased with the substitutions for out-of-stock items.