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AFTER the successful launch of the Huawei P40 series, the MatePad Pro and the Watch GT 2e recently, the multinational technology giant is all set to wow the nation with what this new range of gadgets can do.
During the coronavirus pandemic, it seems as if everyone is connecting with Zoom’s videoconferencing app – including, on occasion, unwanted visitors.
MUMBAI/NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Ravi Prasad Gupta, a worker at a pipe plant in the western Indian state of Gujarat, for years proudly supported Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his promise to usher in "good days" for millions of impoverished labourers.
As millions of Americans have been ordered to work from home to contain the spread of the virus, data is now being transmitted outside secure business networks. Information security professionals have sounded the alarm about digital attacks from US adversaries such as Russia and China.
Covid-19: Surge in downloads amid coronavirus will see consumer app spending double over five years, report says
Consumer spending on mobile apps is expected to reach US$171bil by 2024, double the amount last year. China will lead the market in terms of in-app purchases on the App Store through to 2024, followed by the US and Japan.
Facebook’s Messenger app is now available on Windows and MacOS computers, enabling users to have group video calls with their Facebook friends.
While social media has been widely blamed for spreading dangerous coronavirus misinformation, tens of thousands of Australians are using their networks to support the healthcare workers risking their lives on the front lines of the pandemic.
Infectious disease researchers are using Facebook Inc mobile location data to provide daily updates to US cities and states evaluating the effectiveness of social distancing orders aimed at slowing the novel coronavirus.
Digital surveillance rolled out to curb coronavirus should be limited in time and scope, more than 100 rights groups said on April 2, warning governments not to use the crisis as cover for pervasive snooping.
Fears that Internet networks could buckle after millions of people went into coronavirus lockdown have proven unfounded, according to a report released Thursday which details huge surges in streaming and video conferencing in Europe and the US.