Suspicions abound that the SARS-CoV2 virus that caused the COVID-19 outbreak may have escaped from a containment laboratory in Wuhan, China, despite scientific experts weighing in that the disease more likely originated in bats.
Somthing weird happened on the oil market last week. For a few minutes on April 20, the price of a barrel went negative for the first time ever.
Xiaomi's sub-brand Redmi is expected to announce the Note 9 smartphone in a few hours, on April 30 at a special online event. In the meantime, a set of official-looking press renders of the device has surfaced on Twitter.
Coca-Cola Co. will standardize its business operations on Microsoft's Azure cloud platform, Dynamics 365 customer service software and Microsoft 365 apps such as Microsoft Teams under a five-year deal announced by the companies Monday morning.
Modest results from a federal trial of an experimental drug helped send the stock market soaring on Wednesday, another sign of the desperation for a viable treatment against the coronavirus.
Among the many surprises of the new coronavirus is one that seems to defy basic biology: infected patients with extraordinarily low blood-oxygen levels, or hypoxia, scrolling on their phones, chatting with doctors, and generally describing themselves as comfortable. Clinicians call them happy hypoxics.
There is a subset of smartphone users that like to benchmark the hardware inside their phones.
Security updates are reaching Android users faster and more reliably than in previous years. In research published this month, German cyber-security firm SRLabs said the Android patch gap has gone down from 44 days in 2018 to 38 days today.
The Finnish company said the bulk of the coronavirus impact will be felt in the current quarter. Its revenue slipped 2% in the first three months of the year as it took a hit of about 200 million euros ($217 million) largely because the pandemic disrupted supply from operations in China.
Facebook's first-quarter revenue and user numbers beat Wall Street expectations Wednesday, even as the social media giant cautioned that has caused "unprecedented uncertainty" for the future of its ad business.
People with the most severe forms of COVID-19 are often older and have existing health problems. About 10% of COVID-19 patients have heart disease, diabetes and high blood pressure.
The coronavirus pandemic is juicing up numbers for remote work and learning. Microsoft's fiscal Q3 2020 earnings call kicked off with CEO Satya Nadella sharing a slew of big numbers.