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Here are a few brands you can consider when buying a new laptop.
Amazon.com Inc introduced a wearable fitness gadget called the Halo Band, entering the market for health monitoring devices dominated by Apple Inc and Fitbit Inc.
Turkey’s coronavirus tracking app is facing fire from privacy advocates for adding a feature allowing users to report social distancing rule violations, with the option to send photos.
A dance studio in Florida. A martial arts centre in Missouri. Libraries in San Francisco. These and other places in the United States are taking on a somewhat unlikely new role this fall – welcoming children for supervised distance learning while their parents go to work.
Silicon Valley workers previously enjoyed some of the most well-appointed offices in corporate America. Lunch was free, dry-cleaning was on site and the Internet was lightning fast. Now that those workers have settled into their less glamorous home offices, they’re grappling with a trifecta of crises in California: wildfires, a heat wave and rolling power outages – not to mention a global pandemic.
The San Francisco-based discussion website launched a campaign this past June to remove hateful content from its site, removing more than 2,000 communities that violated its new content policies at the time.
Video-conferencing company Zoom Video Communications Inc said on Monday it had restored service to its US users after a partial outage left many unable to log in to work meetings or attend school classes remotely.
Video conferencing company Zoom Video Communications Inc said on Aug 24 it was trying to address a partial outage that left thousands of users in the United States unable to log in to work meetings or attend classes remotely.
ByteDance investors are in talks to use their stakes in the Chinese technology firm to help finance their bid for its popular short-video app TikTok, according to people familiar with the matter.