Apple and Google have released screenshots and code samples of what a contact tracing app built on their platforms could look like. The effort is intended to help public health agencies build efficient apps as they attempt to control the pandemic.
Facebook is bringing its COVID-19 symptom tracker worldwide after a successful U.S. rollout. The company wants to help public health agencies inform their public health responses with its wealth of data.
You can't go to restaurants, but Instagram wants to bring them to you. It's debuted new fundraising and food order stickers aimed at helping small businesses and restaurants keep cash flowing during these troubled times.
Amazon has been ordered to limit its French shipments while the company works to enable a safe working environment for its warehouse staff. The order goes into effect immediately and will last for a month.
Changes are coming to Amazon and Whole Foods Market stores to keep customers and employees safer, including a virtual "place in line" feature that will tell you when it's your turn to shop for grocery delivery.
Disposable gloves are a great way to keep your hands free from germs while out shopping or cleaning around the house. Having trouble finding some to buy? Here are the stores that still have stock available!
Cabin fever can set in for anyone, particularly during times of forced self-isolation. Thankfully, if you have a Fitbit device, you have many tools at your disposal to help you practice self-care and keep a healthy mind and body.
Hand sanitizer remains extremely difficult to find, but if you look around a bit you can actually find some still. We've done the leg work, and here's all the places you can still buy hand sanitizer right now.
With N95 respirator mask shortages worldwide, you might be wondering how to get your hands on viable face masks to protect you and your family. Luckily, there are several easy methods for making your own effective face coverings with materials you likely already own.
Google will use location data collected from millions of devices to track the effectiveness of lockdown and social-distancing orders. Facebook will also do the same, providing data to researchers in academic institutions like Havard and Princeton.
The coronavirus has brought the global manufacturing industry to a grinding halt, delaying several launches and putting a severe dent on phone sales. Here are all the phones and products that have been delayed as a result.
Google is making $6.5 million dollars accessible in funding for fact-checkers and other organizations fighting misinformation around the coronavirus (COVID-19.) It will also help train journalists in regions like India and Nigeria.
Google has pledged hundreds of millions towards coronavirus relief. The funds will address issues as myriad as mask and ventilator production, financial aid for small businesses, and ad credits for public health organizations.
Alexa will now help with some coronavirus concerns. In a new update to the digital assistant, users can receive screening questions revolving around possible symptoms and travel history with CDC approved answers to help guide their next steps.
A collection of volunteers in the tech industry is collaborating with the World Health Organisation to release a new mobile app that focuses on disseminating information pertaining to the current pandemic.