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Alongside Zoom Video Communications Inc, Houseparty may be the product that most defines the current moment, when some 300 million Americans have been urged to stay home to help mitigate the spread of Covid-19.
With complex standards set out by a number of Islamic bodies, it's not easy for observant Muslims to decide whether or not an investment is halal (religiously permissible). Yet new technology is helping.
Hong Kong government and schools in talks over Zoom security concerns after hackers invade online classes to spread explicit material
HK education officials and school leaders discuss security concerns associated with the video-conferencing app. Pupils from 40 city schools call for Zoom ban amid fears over data leaks and other suspected breaches.
Zoom Video Communications Inc was slapped with a class action suit by one of its shareholders on April 7.
Millions of US teenagers shut up in their homes and receiving their education online are turning for morale support and comic relief to each other — via immensely popular video sharing apps like TikTok.
From being duped into taking poisonous "cures", to watching businesses crumble and avoiding life-saving medication, people are suffering devastating real-world impacts of a deluge of online virus misinformation.
On his delivery route through Orange County, California, Joseph Alvarado made 153 stops one day last week for Amazon.com Inc, touching the inside and outside of his van, more than 225 packages, and dozens of customers’ doors and gates.
As millions of families hunker down amid the coronavirus crisis, the sudden reality of schooling from home risks widening the education gap between those with the means and support to keep up with lessons, and those who risk falling behind.
Google launched a website dedicated to information about Covid-19 a week after US President Donald Trump touted the company’s help in the fight against the pandemic.
As Covid-19 sweeps the Seattle area, with more than 20 deaths so far in one of the worst outbreaks in the United States, the University of Washington this week shuttered its classrooms in a bid to contain the spread of the disease.