Supercomputers are playing their part in urgent research into the novel coronavirus, which could help speed up the development of treatments.
Author Jamie Harris
Network providers must ensure cost is not preventing people from accessing critical information online, the World Wide Web Foundation has warned.
Netflix will temporarily reduce the quality of videos on its platform to ease pressure on Internet service providers during the coronavirus outbreak.
Microsoft has said its next-generation Xbox console will be its “most powerful console ever”, with processing technology four times more powerful than the Xbox One.
Bold red and orange labels highlighting misinformation shared by politicians and other public figures is one way Twitter is considering to tackle fake news.
Ericsson has become the latest technology firm to pull out of the upcoming Mobile World Congress show over concerns about the coronavirus outbreak.
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey said the social network is “learning faster” and “prioritising better” as it achieved US$1-billion in quarterly revenue for the first time.
Facebook is allowing users to clear data which has been linked to their account based on their activity on other websites and apps.
Apple has warned that European Union proposals forcing it to stop using its own Lightning cable risks “creating an unprecedented volume of electronic waste”.
Scientists claim to have created the world’s first living robots using stem cells from frog embryos. The tiny hybrids are “entirely new lifeforms” known as xenobots and are able to move about.