As much as modern technology makes our daily lives easier, there's sometimes that frequent headache that comes when two competing services don't play nicely with one another.
Valve's Steam platform for the third time in as many weekends has set a new concurrent user record as social distancing measures due to Covid-19 force additional people to stay indoors and find alternative ways to entertain themselves.
A week after its parent company Huawei unveiled its latest P-series flagships, Honor took the wraps off the Honor 30S.
The Honor Play 9A was unveiled today, a budget-conscious entry to the company's lineup. It houses a large 5,000mAh battery - that's 1,000mAh more than the Honor 9X and Play 3 have - but is missing their 48MP camera.
Another week, another new smartphone from Samsung - say hello to the Galaxy M11. The phone was uploaded to the UAE website of the company without even a press release.
The coronavirus pandemic is shutting down industrial activity and temporarily slashing air pollution levels around the world, satellite imagery from the European Space Agency shows.
Britain's big telecoms providers have agreed to remove all data caps on fixed-line broadband services that have become a lifeline for people isolated at home during the coronavirus crisis, the government said on Sunday.
Well, wasn't that fun? For about two hours, Google and its main services, such as Gmail, Google Docs, and YouTube were down for US East coast users. So, what happened?
Microsoft has revealed "a 775 per cent increase of our cloud services in regions that have enforced social distancing or shelter in place orders" and is "expediting the addition of significant new capacity that will be available in the weeks ahead", but has already imposed some quotas to cope with huge demand for its cloud.
Microsoft says it will no longer invest in third-party facial recognition companies following a controversy around its funding of Israeli startup AnyVision, which critics and human rights activists say powered a surveillance program in the West Bank following an NBC News report about the company's relationship with the Israeli government.
Twitter on Wednesday temporarily locked the account of a conservative website after it promoted an article suggesting that the medical community should consider intentionally infecting people with the coronavirus at "chickenpox parties" to help slow the spread of the virus.
The stock markets are having a very rough month, but interest in stock trading apps is skyrocketing, according to data from industry trackers and companies themselves.
Themay speed up the evolution of work and ultimately retool multiple industries as everything from conferences to collaboration to sales and commercial real estate are rethought.
US drone maker Draganfly--one of DJI's major competitors in the commercial camera drone space--is working with the Australian Department of Defense and University of South Australia to deploy special "pandemic drones" that can detect coughing, sneezing, respiratory rate, and even fever from a distance.