Apple has published findings from a study it's doing into people's hearing. Many with hearing loss do not use technologies like hearing aids and many more haven't had a hearing test in 10 years.
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The WHO has reported that there has been a fivefold increase in the number of cyberattacks directed at it and members of the public. It has warned that people should look out for fraudulent e-mails.
Microsoft and Mojang, the creators of the wildly popular game Minecraft, have announced a campaign in collaboration with the UNDP and its partner Heart17 to spread awareness about COVID-19.
WhatsApp and the World Health Organization have teamed up to create the Together at Home sticker pack. The two hope to encourage people to stay home more often in order to stop the spread of COVID-19.
KaiOS Technologies has announced measures it has taken to get information about COVID-19 out to its growing user base in developing countries around the world. It also launched a new phone in Mexico.
Bill Gates has called President Trump's decision to withdraw funding from the World Health Organization "dangerous". Gates' foundation, in 2018, was the second-largest contributor to WHO.
Pinterest launched today a new tab at the top of your home feed called Today. It will display curated ideas and popular Pins to provide you with daily information on trending topics worldwide.
WhatsApp has launched a new chatbot in partnership with the World Health Organization to respond to public queries concerning the coronavirus pandemic. It's initially available in English, though.
Facebook is working with health organizations worldwide and giving them free ads in order to more fluidly transmit important information about Covid-19 to people all around the world.
If you pledged to be healthier this year, these five mobile apps will be of great help. All of the selections are available on Android and iOS and the broad range covers different health aspects.
The World Health Organisation (WHO) this week officially adopted the ICD-11, which recognises 'gaming disorder' as an illness, despite opposition from the gaming industry and lobbyists.
The videos games industry has asked the World Health Organization to reconsider its addition of gaming addiction on to its list of mental health disorder. The addition came at the start of 2018.
China has resumed issuing licenses to game publishers after it spent the last nine months figuring out how to filter out extreme violence and how to limit games being too addictive for children.
The World Health Organisation has for the first time listed gaming addiction as a disorder. It'll be added to the International Classification of Diseases manual due to be published this year.