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It may look like an email from a supervisor with an attachment on the new "work from home policy". But it could be a cleverly designed scheme to hack into your network.
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.
Facebook's head of safety said on Tuesday a bug was responsible for posts on topics including coronavirus being erroneously marked as spam, prompting widespread complaints from users of both its flagship app and photo-sharing app Instagram.
PlayStation's lead architect Mark Cerny is to detail more fully the internal workings of Holiday 2020's PlayStation 5 console in a March 18 presentation.
Alphabet Inc's YouTube, Facebook Inc and Twitter Inc warned on March 16 that more videos and other content could be erroneously removed for policy violations, as the companies empty offices and rely on automated takedown software during the coronavirus pandemic.
Amazon.com Inc on March 16 said it would hire 100,000 warehouse and delivery workers in the United States to deal with a surge in online orders, as many consumers have turned to the Web to meet their needs during the coronavirus outbreak.
Google sister company Verily has launched a website to screen people who think they might have COVID-19 and point them to testing sites. But you probably can't use it to get tested quite yet.
YouTube could see a jump in videos erroneously taken down for content policy violations as the company relies more on automated software during the novel coronavirus pandemic, Alphabet Inc's Google warned on March 16.
NEW YORK: Amazon.com Inc said it would hire 100,000 warehouse and delivery workers in the United States to deal with a surge in online orders, as many consumers have turned to the web to meet their needs during the coronavirus outbreak.
WASHINGTON/HANOI: The United States on Monday (March 16) demanded that Vietnam immediately free a blogger who was sentenced to 10 years in prison after posts critical of the government. The State Department said it was "dismayed" by the sentence handed last week to Truong Duy Nhat, a regular contributor to US-backed Radio Free Asia.