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A middle-aged woman arrived at a tent set up by St. John’s Well Child and Family Center for coronavirus testing on April 13, her mother in tow. When both tested positive, clinic staff began to ask more questions.
Religious councils are providing online payment solutions for zakat fitrah (tithe), so the public can perform their religious duties while staying at home.
It was one of the smallest pieces in the world’s biggest science project that turned into the most vexing coronavirus supply-chain hurdle for Bernard Bigot.
Imagine that there's an app with which you can simply scan a complicated maths problem with your smartphone camera and it spits out the solution for you. Well, it's call Photomath, and it exists.
The World Health Organization said on May 1 that it was working with social media companies in a bid to quash misinformation about the coronavirus pandemic – including on more light-hearted apps popular with teenagers.
Individuals and criminal organisations have taken immediate advantage of the Covid-19 pandemic to find new ways of making money, the European Union’s law enforcement agency said April 30, citing a spike in counterfeiting and cybercrime.
Apple Inc and Alphabet Inc’s Google earlier this month unveiled an ambitious plan to jury-rig billions of smartphones into coronavirus-tracking beacons. Now, just weeks after the announcement, the programme is already facing serious challenges.
An innocuous WhatsApp "Hi” could end up transforming a US$1tril (RM4.3tril) industry.
Cybersecurity firm CyberArk discovered a vulnerability that could have allowed hackers to steal Microsoft Teams users’ access tokens by sending GIFs. It reported the issue on March 23, and Microsoft issued a patch on April 20.
Surveillance-tech companies have flourished in recent years as law enforcement and spy agencies around the world have sought new methods for countering adversaries.