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BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Alphabet unit Google on Wednesday opened a centre to tackle harmful online content, in a move also designed to ease regulatory concerns about how the company and other tech giants police a growing problem on the internet.
No birthday parties, no play dates and mostly no school. The pandemic has changed the way children are growing up.
Internet users across the northeast US experienced widespread outages for several hours on Jan 26, interrupting work and school because of an unspecified Verizon network issue.
(Reuters) - Microsoft Corp on Tuesday reported its Azure cloud computing services grew 50%, the second quarter of acceleration in a business that had begun to slow as the global pandemic benefited the software maker's investment on working and learning from home.
NEW YORK: Microsoft Corp on Tuesday reported its Azure cloud computing services grew 50%, the second quarter of acceleration in a business that had begun to slow as the global pandemic benefited the software maker's investment on working and learning from home
(Reuters) - Working from home has been surprisingly successful for global banks during the first year of the coronavirus pandemic but is losing its effectiveness, two prominent industry executives said on Tuesday at a virtual meeting of the World Economic Forum.
Internet customers across a broad swath of the eastern US suffered slow or faltering access on Jan 26, with customers registering complaints about service from broadband providers Verizon Communications Inc and Comcast Corp.
ARIF was discharged from Malaysia Agro Exposition Park Serdang (MAEPS) quarantine centre on Jan 8, with some 160 other patients.
Mom is Zooming for a work meeting. Dad’s on Netflix. And Junior is gunning down bad guys on one screen while streaming his biology class on another. As the Covid era drags on, can there possibly be enough bandwidth for all?
CHICAGO, Jan. 25 (Xinhua) -- Research of the University of Illinois (UI) suggests the negative mental health effects of pandemic lockdowns are temporary and gradually decrease over time as people adjust to their "new normal."