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(Reuters) - Most Americans wore cloth face-coverings after the government recommended their use in April, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said in a publication released on Tuesday.
LONDON (Reuters) - Emerging evidence that the body's immune defence against COVID-19 may be short-lived makes it even harder for vaccine developers to come up with shots fully able to protect people in future waves of infection, scientists said on Tuesday.
PETALING JAYA: A local study of those recovered from Covid-19 has revealed that their antibody levels had decreased sharply three months after they have recovered.
Security researchers say TikTok’s information-collection practices are consistent with Facebook Inc, Alphabet Inc’s Google and other US tech companies looking to tailor ads and services to their users. The bigger issue lies in what TikTok does with the intel it gathers.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Democrats could take a step toward wresting control of the U.S. Senate from Republicans on Tuesday when voters in Maine, Texas and Alabama cast ballots in nominating contests.
MILAN (Reuters) - Fifty years ago, he designed a braking system that helped reduce fatal car crashes. Now Mario Palazzetti has invented a device he hopes will curb the spread of COVID-19.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. presidential election pits a politician who supports environmental regulation and diplomacy to tackle climate change against another determined to dismantle such policies.
Alphabet Inc's Google has offered not to use health data of fitness tracker company Fitbit to help it target ads, in an attempt to address EU antitrust concerns about its proposed acquisition, the company said late on July 13.
KOTA KINABALU: While she might not be the first Malaysian woman to be an associate professor at UK’s Oxford University, Dr Masliza Mahmod reckoned she and the actual holder of that title will continue making the country proud.
Europe's top court will on July 16 rule on the legality of tools companies use to transfer Europeans' data around the world, in the latest clash between Facebook and Austrian privacy activist Max Schrems.