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As people disperse to their homes to work and study because of the coronavirus pandemic, taking their laptops and company data with them, cyber security experts say hackers will follow, seeking to take advantage and infiltrate corporations.
The coronavirus pandemic sweeping across the planet will force city authorities and planners to more seriously consider factors such as population density, technology, food security and inadequate housing, urban experts said.
Amazon is finding itself in a new role in the coronavirus crisis as hunkered-down consumers increasingly turn to the tech giant for anything from toilet tissue to streaming television.
Amazon on March 17 made a priority of medical supplies and household staples, putting shipments of other goods on hold to focus on key items during the coronavirus outbreak.
While the Xbox Series X's gamepad looks like part of the same family, it's toting a new share button as well as an upgraded analogue control pad, among other things
Uber Technologies Inc on March 17 began suspending shared rides on its ride-hailing platform in the United States and Canada to limit the spread of the coronavirus.
Every evening at the end of his shift, Anil Sharma heads to a rally ground in the Indian city of Chandigarh to join hundreds of colleagues protesting a new initiative that lets the local administration keep track of city workers using GPS watches
Donald Trump claimed Google was assisting in the US government's efforts to address the coronavirus (Covid-19) outbreak by developing a site "very quickly" to refer Americans to locations where they could be scheduled for drive-through testing and get the test results. But there were multiple inaccuracies in what Trump announced Friday at a press conference, as Google later clarified
After one day working from home, Diana Zaslaw's neck hurt. She started Monday in her Outer Richmond house standing at the kitchen counter. Then sitting at the table. Next the couch. And finally, lying on her bed.
As the coronavirus spreads around the globe, hackers are leveraging the panic and confusion to transmit malware and break into computer networks, according to research from several cybersecurity firms.