Apple logo seen through glass pane with water droplets on it

Google and Apple Partner On Coronavirus Contact Tracing Technology

Users must opt-in if they wish to share their information and bluetooth connectivity will track if you come in contact with an infected person.


0:52Amazon packages
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Amazon To Pause Its Third-Party Delivery Service Starting In June

0:56Twitter co-founder and Square CEO Jack Dorsey
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Twitter CEO To Donate $1 Billion To Help Coronavirus Efforts

0:48A screenshot from a Zoom video conference
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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
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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?

0:44Microsoft logo on the side of a building.

CDC Introduces Microsoft-Powered Coronavirus Self-Check Tool

0:53Netflix on a laptop
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Netflix To Reduce Streaming Quality In Europe Amid Pandemic

0:55Facebook's thumbs-up "like" logo

Facebook Will Pay Third-Party Content Moderators To Work Remotely

3:17A user goes through the Facebook login screen

Social Media Is Being Unusually Aggressive About Coronavirus Misinfo

Lines of code on computer screen

Increase In Telework Could Put U.S. Systems At Risk Of Cyberattack

Facebook booth at a developer conference
AP / Noah Berger

Tech Companies Agree To Fight Coronavirus Misinformation

1:01Attendees at the Electronic Entertainment Expo.
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E3 2020 Canceled Amid Coronavirus Concerns

0:56Google logo

Google Asks North American Staff To Work Remotely Due To Coronavirus

1:43Joe Biden
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Twitter Applies 'Manipulated Media' Tag To Video Of Joe Biden

1:03Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg
AP / Mark Lennihan

Facebook Says It Has Taken Down Misleading Trump Campaign Ads

1:09Kashmiri journalists
Dar Yasin / AP

Internet Services Temporarily Restored In Kashmir

1:22Two iPhones.
Kiichiro Sato / AP

Apple To Pay Up To $500M As Part Of Throttling Settlement

1:43T-Mobile building
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FCC Proposes Fines For 4 Wireless Carriers Over Privacy Allegations

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Twitter Considering New Methods To Curb Misinformation

1:01MGM Grand
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Personal Information Of 10 Million MGM Hotel Guests Posted Online

2:13Americans look out from the bus taking them from the quarantined Diamond Prince Cruise Ship in Yokohama, Japan.
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How Effective Is Social Media At Stopping Coronavirus Misinformation?

1:24Attorney General William Barr
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U.S. Attorney General Questions If Tech Industry Law Is Still Relevant

4:40A Robotic Arm at the Tipsy Robot

'I Don't Know How To Stop Them' — When Robots Take Las Vegas Jobs