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Since the World Health Organisation declared the novel coronavirus an international health emergency in January, Facebook Inc has removed more than seven million pieces of content with false claims about the virus that could pose an immediate health risk to people who believe them.
US President Donald Trump on Aug 6 ordered sweeping restrictions against Chinese-owned social media giants TikTok and WeChat that could strangle their ability to operate in the United States.
Dry heat generated from electric cookers, such as rice cookers or pressure cookers, can be used to sanitise N95 masks, according to researchers at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Banning WeChat, the world’s most-used messaging app, has the potential to upend the international businesses of companies from Apple Inc to Walmart Inc and shut down personal communications between America and China.
You've found a holiday apartment in a central location at a great price. But what looks like an unbeatable offer could be an attempt at fraud. Fraudulent websites that look like Airbnb have been springing up, warn German police, but there are ways to unmask them.
From bulky behemoths to slim devices: How computers evolved into the powerful gadgets that we can scarcely live without today
Today’s slim laptops and powerful desktops owe their existence to a personal computer that sparked a revolution 39 years ago.
The main Chinese messaging app has over 1.2 billion users worldwide. Details of US President’s proposals have yet to be fleshed out, but US companies may also find themselves affected.
Disentangling the Chinese and US gaming markets, the world’s two largest, would be massively difficult, experts said.
US President Donald Trump’s order banning US companies from doing business with Chinese messaging app WeChat could damage iPhone sales in one of Apple Inc’s most important markets.
New York’s mass transit agency wants Apple to come up with a better way for iPhone users to unlock their phones without taking off their masks, as it seeks to guard against the spread of the coronavirus in buses and subways.