Among the features that we look for in a phone case, one that's been gaining steam the last couple years is anti-microbial properties. However, what does an anti-microbial case actually protect against and how much should you rely on it? Let's explore.
According to the White House National Security Council, a recent text floating around about the president instituting a two-week national quarantine is false. Instead, the WHNSC advises people to follow the CDC for the latest info and guidance on the coronavirus.
Security researchers from DomainTools have discovered a ransomware app called CovidLock that will change your password and lock you out of your phone. The malware then threatens to erase your phone and leak your social media accounts online unless you pay the ransom.
This has been a whirlwind of a week, and I don't know about you, but I'm exhausted. As we all gear up for a few weeks of social distancing — welcome to the club, new work-from-homers — let's take stock and take a breath together.
Google will help the U.S. government build a screening website for the novel-coronavirus (COVID-19). President Donald Trump announced that the company had donated 1,700 employees to help in the effort at a press conference on Friday.
Your desk is a key component to ensure you stay productive while working from home, and with the right accessories, you can make it an enjoyable and beneficial part of your workflow. Here's what we recommend getting!
Samsung will help you disinfect your phone for free with the new Galaxy Sanitizer Service. It'll offer it at first in just 19 countries, and then it will expand it to other countries including Australia, Canada, and the United Kingdom.
In the wake of E3 2020's cancellation, Ubisoft has stated that it is exploring the possibility of hosting a digital experience to make its announcements instead. Microsoft will be doing something similar instead of a public event.
Google and other Santa Clara based tech firms have been advised to adopt safety measures in light of the coronavirus outbreak. Companies have been advised to cut down on all nonessential travel, stagger work start times, and consider allowing employees to work from home.
Twitter is shuttering its SXSW appearance as the firm dials down all non-essential travel in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak. The firm will keep this policy in place until "the World Health Organization or Centers for Disease Control deem it appropriate to step back from pandemic precautionary measures."
Google is limiting employee travel in the wake of the coronavirus after an employee tested positive for the virus in Zurich. The firm will also cancel its Google News Initiative Summit out of concern for attendee health and safety.
COVID-19 is wreaking havoc across the globe, infecting over 75,000 people and killing more than 2,000. An overwhelming majority of the cases are isolated to mainland China, and the country's decision to shut down manufacturing facilities has long-term ramifications for the tech industry.