A contact tracing smart phone app built for Utah

Tech, Privacy Issues May Limit Adoption Of COVID Contact Tracing Apps

Apple and Google make 99% of all smartphone software and could push tracing tech to most devices. But not everyone is willing to use it.


1:53InTouch Health equipment

The Path Forward: Using Telehealth To Treat COVID-19 Patients Safely

0:54iPhones at an Apple store
Kathy Willens / AP

Apple, Google To Ban Location Tracking In COVID-19 Tracing Apps

2:15Film titles on Netflix.
Newsy / Megan Smith

What Are People Actually Watching During The Pandemic?

1:23Collage of Marvel movie promotions
The Brothers Trust

This Web-Slinging Superhero Hosted A Live Trivia Game From Home

A resident of the Alexandra township gets tested for COVID-19 in Johannesburg, South Africa, Wednesday, April 29, 2020
AP / Jerome Delay

TikTok Donates $10 Million To Fight COVID-19 In Africa

1:26Amazon worker sorting packages
Ross D. Franklin / AP

NY Attorney General Questions Amazon's "Inadequate" COVID-19 Response

2:10Police officers test a drone
Janos Meszaros / MTI via AP

More Cities Are Testing Drones As Tools To Control COVID-19 Spread

1:38Engineers who helped create a ventilator prototype specially targeted to COVID-19 patients
NASA / JPL-Caltech

NASA Develops Ventilator Prototype for COVID-19 Patients

1:48Bill Gates

Conspiracy Theories Falsely Link COVID-19 To Bill Gates

1:34Protesters demonstrate the State Capitol in Harrisburg, Pa., on Monday, April 20, 2020
AP Photo / Matt Rourke

China Pushed Panic-Inducing COVID-19 Disinfo In U.S., Officials Allege

2:07Family watches Netflix

Netflix Gained Over 15 Million New Subscribers Since The Start Of 2020

Facebook Gaming app

Facebook Launches Gaming App

0:58Ajit Pai, chairman of the Federal Communications Commission
J. Scott Applewhite / AP

FCC Set To Approve New 5G Wireless Network, Despite Pentagon Warnings

3:01Medical worker tests man for coronavirus antibodies
Seth Wenig / AP

Conspiracy Theories Linking 5G And COVID-19 Spread

NBC's Peacock streaming platform on TV

Streaming Is Thriving Amid The Pandemic. Can Newcomers Succeed, Too?

2:54Digital Contact Tracing Could Help End Quarantine. Here's How It Works
Newsy / Dave Glanz

Digital Contact Tracing Could Help End Quarantine. Here's How It Works

1:10Amazon Fulfillment Center
Paul Sancya / AP

Amazon To Sell More Nonessential Items As It Hires 75,000 Workers

1:42Apple logo seen through glass pane with water droplets on it
Charlie Riedel / AP

Google and Apple Partner On Coronavirus Contact Tracing Technology

0:52Amazon packages
Ross D. Franklin / AP

Amazon To Pause Its Third-Party Delivery Service Starting In June

0:56Twitter co-founder and Square CEO Jack Dorsey
Francois Mori / AP

Twitter CEO To Donate $1 Billion To Help Coronavirus Efforts

0:48A screenshot from a Zoom video conference
AP / The Rev. Laura E. Everett

Lawmakers Call For Investigation Into Zoom

3:30People work to keep electricity on.
New York Independent System Operator

Protecting The Power Grid Through Covid-19

1:10"Veep" star Julia Louis-Dreyfus
AP / Evan Agostini

HBO Is Unlocking Nearly 500 Hours Of Content To Stream For Free

0:55In this Sept. 5, 2018, file photo Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg testifies before the Senate Intelligence Committee
AP / Jose Luis Magana

Facebook Plans To Hire 10,000 New Workers By The End Of The Year

2:49Employees producing chloroquine phosphate tablets
AP Images / FeatureChina

New Study On Chloroquine's Efficacy May Add To COVID-19 'Infodemic'

0:40A T-Mobile store sign
AP / Bebeto Matthews

T-Mobile Completes Merger With Sprint

2:30Person taps Facebook app icon
AP / Jenny Kane

COVID-19 Spurs Record Social Media Use — But Ad Revenue Is Falling

2:16David Lat receives oxygen
Facebook / David Lat

New York City Man Tweets About His Fight Against COVID-19

2:14President Donald Trump answers questions during a coronavirus task force press briefing at the White House on March 19, 2020

COVID-19 Treatment Touted By Trump Leads To Misleading Info Online

2:47Kids use laptops and tablets

Can Internet Service Providers Survive The Coronavirus Pandemic?