Streaming services have seen a surge in viewership in recent weeks due to the coronavirus pandemic.
SpaceX founder Elon Musk plans to launch thousands of satellites into space as part of a broadband internet service project called Starlink.
Zoom has asked former Facebook security chief Alex Stamos to advise the video-conferencing company as it faces backlash over privacy and security concerns.
The move came as part of Amazon's daily updates that detail the ways in which it is combatting COVID-19 in and outside its own facilities.
Shareholder Michael Drieu claimed in a court filing that a string of recent media reports highlighting the privacy flaws in Zoom's application have led to the company's stock to plummet.
An April 3 study shared three particular cyber security vulnerabilities found in Zoom's technology.
Some customers have reported being told that no in-home installations are available until November.
WhatsApp is putting limits on forwarded messages in an effort to prevent the spread of coronavirus misinformation.
Some of the funding will aid Intel’s COVID-19 Response and Readiness Initiative, assisting business partners working toward breakthroughs.
Hackers are increasingly targeting video conference platform Zoom as people use app stay connected during the coronavirus pandemic.
Businesses that must stay open are turning to daily temperature checks.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell noted the virtual format was necessary due to shelter-in-place orders in cities around the country.
Encryption is a function on certain apps and devices that allows users to send and receive private messages.
Video conference company Zoom is facing stock-related challenges due to the coronavirus, security concerns and rising competition.
Among the privacy features Eric Yuan now promises is an option for end-to-end encryption to safeguard conversations
The tech giant's statement came after New York lawmakers sent a letter to Amazon founder Jeff Bezos on Wednesday accusing the company of not enforcing proper COVID-19 protocols.
More businesses have stopped using banknotes due to the fear physical currency could spread coronavirus.
A new internet trend called "Zoombombing" may be an inside job.
SXSW organizers were forced to cancel the physical version of the popular event due to the pandemic.
Some workers at Amazon warehouse facilities across the U.S. have tested positive for COVID-19 as of Thursday morning, and some are worried that Amazon hasn't enforced enough safety rules to make sure other employees don't get infected.