Five of online retail giant Amazon’s foreign websites have been placed on a blacklist by the Trump administration.
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A coronavirus-themed game has been blocked on Steam in China because of its politically motivated content.
YouTube has banned any coronavirus-related content that directly contradicts World Health Organization (WHO) advice.
Apple has launched a tool that reveals changes in the travel behaviour of people who use its Maps app.
Senator Bernie Sanders has ended his presidential campaign, clearing the way for former Vice-President Joe Biden to become the Democratic party's nominee.
The hugely popular video meetings app Zoom has "significant weaknesses" which might make it unsuitable for secrets.
Google is hoping to end low quality video calls by deploying artificial intelligence to "fill in" audio gaps caused by bad connections.
A Columbia University instructor and Georgia State University professor claim that “white supremacy,” “xenophobia,” and “racism” are the motivations behind labeling the novel coronavirus the “Chinese Virus."
Netflix will reduce the video quality on its service in Europe for the next 30 days, to reduce the strain on internet service providers.
Amazon is temporarily refusing to stock certain items in its warehouses, to cope with overwhelming demand for household essentials due to the coronavirus pandemic.