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.
You should never blindly trust any tech company when it comes to your privacy. However, when the time comes where you can install an app or opt-in to a service to help fight COVID-19, I urge you to give up just a bit of privacy to help us all.
Google is adding a dedicated COVID-19 hub to its News app, enabling users to surface relevant stories on the global pandemic. The search giant will also celebrate health workers and delivery drivers in this week's Google Doodles.
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.
YouTube is tackling the rise of coronavirus misinformation by pulling videos that link the spread of the pandemic to 5G, the new mobile connectivity standard. Such theories have been condemned as dangerous nonsense and fake news by authorities.
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.
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.
Amazon revealed that it is suspending warehouse shipments until April 5 in order to prioritize medical supplies and household staples in response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. Here's what that means for you and your orders.