Tech

Quentin Zervaas, an Australian app developer who has created his own open-source CCP virus contact tracing app called ...
Colleges are grappling with how long the coronavirus disruptions will last and what the fall semester will look like. The big question: With so many changes, will students still enroll?
The coronavirus pandemic has gutted many tech startups. Tens of thousands of workers are now unemployed, and companies are shutting down.
In places like Uganda, and increasingly in the U.S., educators are trying text messages as a more accessible distance learning alternative.
Bloomberg reporter Sarah Frier's new book is a vibrant play-by-play of how Instagram reached its high level of influence through the business of manufacturing coolness.
YouTube is removing videos concerning the CCP virus if the content clashes with World Health Organization (WHO) recommendations. ...
Facebook will buy a 10 percent stake in the digital business of India's Reliance Industries for $5.7 billion, as the social media firm looks to leverage its highly popular WhatsApp chat service to offer digital payment services.
With the Australian government drawing a line in the sand on Google and Facebook, the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) is now tasked with pioneering an agreement between media publishers and the tech giants. Treasurer Josh Frydenberg, along with Communications Minister Paul Fletcher, declared on April 20 that a mandatory code would be created to govern a range of issues on how Google and Facebook work with media companies. In 2017, the European Union (EU) fined Google €2.4 billion (AUS $3.8 billion) for anti-competitive practices by promoting its own shopping service ahead of competitors.
Australian news companies have hailed the government’s decision to compel tech giants to pay for content. Treasurer Josh Frydenberg, along with Communications Minister Paul Fletcher, issued a joint statement on April 20 instructing the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) to develop a code.
The tech giant says most employees can keep working from home through at least the end of the summer, as the company braces for a slow return to normal life.
Facebook is removing some pages used to organize protests of quarantine measures implemented by governors across the nation.
Following a wave of support to speed up the regulation of Google and Facebook, the Australian government on ...
Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Chairman Ajit Pai circulated a draft order on Thursday asking the five-member panel to ...
Researchers are racing to develop quick, home-based tests for the virus that could deliver test results in minutes. None do that yet, but several under development hold promise, scientists say.
School districts are going to great lengths to keep students and families engaged and connected. But when it's not possible to get all online, they're turning back to an earlier device: the telephone.
The CEO says "vastly more" COVID-19 testing is needed. The company is building its own lab to start testing some workers, potentially looking to start regular checks for all employees.
The social network is expanding efforts to curb the spread of harmful misinformation about COVID-19 after pressure from an activist group.
With a smaller size, screen and price tag, the new iPhone SE looks and feels like the models of yore that actually fit in a pocket.
What if you don't have COVID-19 symptoms, but do have a fierce earache or infected bug bite or a child with a sudden rash? These days, many more people are getting diagnosed via calls or video chats.
The Department of Defense announced Wednesday its decision to award a $10 billion cloud computing contract to Microsoft instead of Amazon was above board.