The video conferencing software has seen a surge in users resulting from lockdowns across the globe. Resultantly, millions globally have turned to the app to work and socialize during the crisis.
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This pandemic has seen several significant philanthropic efforts from tech executives, with Zuckerburg committing $30 million, and Bezos donating $100 million. Dorsey has also joined the ranks.
Netflix rolled out these features, giving parents more power over what their children view. Starting today, parents can filter out titles that aren't appropriate for viewing by children.
Amid the coronavirus crisis, innumerable events have been canceled or put on hold indefinitely. Finland's annual startup event Slush announced that it wouldn't be organized this year.
The company announced the Work Hub though its website for placement of its out-of-work drivers who have seen colossal losses in income due to lockdowns during the COVID-19 pandemic.
In a drastic change to prevent trolling, Zoom will require users to enter passwords via Meeting ID, since these can be easily guessed or reused. The change will be functional as of April 5.
In an effort to help artists stay afloat during these trying times, SoundCloud will now let users add a direct donation button to their profiles. The button can be linked to Paypal and Patreon.
Video conferencing services have seen a surge of users, as millions remain at home to reduce the spread of the virus. Webex reported that 324 million users used the service in March.
The firm stated that it is expecting $100-million hit from surplus devices that it will now have to sell at discounted rates. Last year, more than 175 million items were purchased on Prime Day.
Following reports detailing Zoom's vulnerabilities, several state AGs are seeking information from the company. The video conferencing service has become popular in the wake of the COVID-19 crisis.
If the coronavirus lockdown is keeping you at home, you can use this time to get better at taking photos. This April, Nikon is offering its entire curriculum of online photography classes for free.
In addition to the feature freeze, Zoom unveiled that it has seen a massive surge in daily users from 10 million in December to 200 million, including both free and paid, in March.
Elon Musk's rocket company has banned its workers from using Zoom citing privacy concerns. Due to the crisis, Zoom and other digital communication services have seen a surge in users.
The Cupertino firm is asking retail workers to temporarily become work-from-home AppleCare employees. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the company has closed all 458 non-China stores.
A survey of the chat app's users in Tokyo and its vicinity in which over 63,000 people participated estimates that around 4,500 people have experienced at least one of the symptoms of the virus.
Musk made the announcement through Twitter, stating that he wants the New York factory to open at the earliest so the ventilator production can be rapidly increased "to help the citizens of New York."
In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, the company announced on Tuesday that it will stop non-essential sales and shipments in the country, following a similar move in Italy and Spain.
The company announced that it would slow or delay game downloads across Europe in order to ease the network load. However, the company is still promising "robust gameplay" to consumers.
The Facebook-owned platform announced that it would remove virus-related content and accounts from recommendations and the "explore" tab unless posted by credible health organizations.
In an update currently available in select countries, Amazon Prime Video finally lets users create up to six profiles. The feature has been available on its competitor Netflix for years.
The ride-hailing companies Uber and Ola said that they were suspending all ride options in the Indian capital after a government-imposed lockdown went into effect earlier on Monday.
Just days after altering the checkout procedure, the firm has scrapped the curbs on online buyers of iPhones. Now, using the online store, more than 10 devices can be purchased at once.
The company announced a new initiative in which it will deliver food and medical supplies during the pandemic. Moreover, the company's founders will be donating their salaries to help drivers.
Apple has updated Siri to provide users with a step-by-step questionnaire who ask if they have the coronavirus. Tech giants are also dedicating resources to fight the COVID-19 pandemic.
The company said on Sunday that it would temporarily reduce streaming rates for both Facebook and Instagram in Europe to prevent network congestion as many have switched to working from homes.
As the retailer sees a surge in orders for home office equipment due to the COVID-19 pandemic, it switches to curbside pickup only. Starting March 22, only workers will be allowed inside stores.
In addition to donating money, the company says it is donating millions of masks to healthcare professionals in the U.S. and Europe. A program permits Apple Card owners to skip March payments.
The retailer will temporarily close all stores to customers, switching to a "delivery only" service as of March 22. The company earlier instructed staff to keep the stores open during the lockdowns.
In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, GM is partnering with Ventec Life Systems to increase the production of ventilators needed in hospitals to treat the severe cases of the infection.
The e-commerce giant stated that it is increasing overtime pay for its warehouse workers in the United States in a bid to cope with the rapidly increasing demand during the coronavirus outbreak.
After "non-essential" businesses have been closed throughout the U.S. due to COVID-19, retailers are now offering discounts and waiving shipping fees to entice shoppers stuck at homes.
The search giant has launched a coronavirus website in the U.S. which focuses on education, prevention, and local resources. In the coming days, it will be available in more languages and countries.
Developed by Singapore's Government Technology Agency and the health ministry, the TraceTogether app identifies people who have been near coronavirus patients using wireless Bluetooth technology.
The company believes that it is classified as an "essential retail" business, and its stores should remain open alongside grocery stores and pharmacies if there are government-imposed lockdowns.
Disney+ India launch date was initially supposed to be March 29. However, after IPL was delayed until mid-April last Friday due to COVID-19, Disney+ India launch date has also been postponed.
The Berkshire based company reported that as a result of COVID-19, data traffic on its networks had risen to 50% in several markets. Millions across Europe have switched to working from homes.
The company said it could suspend the accounts of passengers and drivers who've been diagnosed with the coronavirus. It has also listed the company's detailed policy on its website.
Company's CEO Elon Musk announced via Twitter that Tesla produced its one-millionth car, releasing a picture of the car, a red Model Y, and the company personnel who manufactured it.
The firm is rolling out its new Google Assistant "Read It" feature to Android users. Once invoked, it will be able to read aloud web pages with an option to translate over 42 languages.
After buyers of Shanghai-made Model 3 cars threatened to sue the firm for substituting control chips with an older version without notice, Tesla cited supply chain issues due to coronavirus outbreak.