Wells Fargo, as first reported by The Information, instructed employees who installed TikTok on company devices to remove the app over privacy concerns.
Microsoft founder Bill Gates said Saturday that medicine and a potential COVID-19 vaccine should be available where it is needed most, not only to "the highest bidder."
Samsung has stated that it will hold the next Galaxy unpacked event on the 5th of August at 10 AM ET.
Antitrust and customer protection organisations expand their criticism of the proposed acquisition of Fitbit by Google.
Spotify makes premium subscription for couples who live together easy, matching their taste for music too.
In six locations in Germany, Amazon staff plan to protest today, as thousands of employees in their distribution centers have suffered coronavirus infections.
Brazil's Central Bank has suspended the WhatsApp payment feature in Brazil, Soon after the messaging service announced its launch, reports Bloomberg.
Android's upcoming sharing feature, called Nearby Sharing, should be released soon.
Even though the world feared a huge recession, Apple 's stock has soared to $354 on 10th of June from $307 a month earlier.
After an initial postponement, due to the pandemic, from June to September, organizers have cancelled Computex 2020.
According to app researcher Jane Manchun Wong, Twitter is creating a new functionality that allows users to respond to tweets with emojis.
The de facto leader of the conglomerate Samsung Group, Samsung Electronics vice chairman, Lee Jae-yong, may soon be put back in jail.
Zoom, a video calling company, confirmed this week that it will not enable end-to-end encryption for free calls in part because it wants to give access to those calls to law enforcement if necessary.
Microsoft has laid down hundreds of editors and production staff at its companies: Microsoft News and MSN.
Instagram continues to expand on its augmented reality effects, and today it reveals that through Spark Content, users will produce effects that respond to music.
Researchers based at Australia's Monash, Swinburne, and RMIT universities say they have set a new Internet speed record of 44.2 Tbps.
BuzzFeed releases a multiplayer version of their classic Quiz Party, which can be played concurrently in your browser by you and up to three friends.
Deidre O'Brien, head of retail for Apple, has written a letter on the company's website outlining how the company plans to resume its store activities safely.
The newest educational technology arrives in the form of a seven pound robot. Moxie has been designed to educate children at home.
According to a Wall Street Journal article, the Trump administration is currently negotiating the building of factories in the USA with major manufacturers.
Microsoft is promising hackers up to $100,000 to break through the security of the company's custom Linux OS.
According to recent research from analyst firms, the coronavirus pandemic has contributed to the mobile industry experiencing the worst ever first-quarter downturn.
Sensor Tower analytics group announced that the social media application has been downloaded more than 2 billion times worldwide.
Telegram is building a group video calling service, which the company revealed on the 24th of April, which is expected to launch later this year.
Zoom has already announced that it has reached 300 million average daily zoom meetings attendees.
Amazon is also utilizing thermal cameras at its warehouses, Reuters says, to help track staff for fevers.
You can buy wheels and feet separately for the 2019 Mac Pro, but they are quite expensive.
Web DMs are especially useful for individuals, such as bloggers, influencers, and social network administrators, who are always on Instagram.
If the pandemic has left you unexpectedly nostalgic for your workplace, Kids Creative Agency's website, imisstheoffice.eu, could be the closest thing to actually being back there.
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OnePlus fans have been asking for always-on screens for years and suddenly the company caved in. On Twitter today OnePlus confirmed that the always-on screen is "on our roadmap."
Facebook
Thanks to the current coronavirus pandemic, Facebook is experiencing an unprecedented increase in usage across the world.
Amazon
Amazon has has immediately avoided making orders for non-essential goods on its platforms in Italy (amazon.it) and France (amazon.fr).
PS5
After months of silence and some information, Sony finally unveiled the specs and the hardware details for its PlayStation 5, which is set for release this holiday season.
Europe
The EU is locking its borders with all other countries. German Chancellor Angela Merkel today declared that for non-essential travel all international borders for countries in the community will close for 30 days.
Twitter
The business has announced, on March 12th, that Twitter workers will be operating from home to help mitigate the spread of COVID-19.
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Taking into account the recent coronavirus epidemic, Airbnb has revised its accommodation policy to help hosts and guests cancel their booking without losing money.
Lawsuit
Trumps campaign group filed a lawsuit against an opinion article, published by The New York Times, which tackled the relationship between Trump and Russia.
Corona virus
It has been confirmed in a statement, given to Business Insider, that Facebook is prohibiting publicities which promise to cure, prevent, or otherwise incite panic around COVID-19.
Donald Trumps ads will be all over YouTube’s homepage on the re-election campaign in 2020 according to Bloomberg.
USA Russia
In a briefing, given to the bipartisan House Intelligence Committee last week, it was mentioned that Russia is already interfering in the 2020 campaign which is aimed to help Trump win the 2020 campaign.
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Today, Jeff Bezos committed $10 billion to fight climate change. He has created his own fund called the Bezos Earth Fund.
The first teaser for Stranger Things 4 is out, the upcoming fourth season of its series. It features a special character which is loved by the fans.
Jeff Bezos
Jeff Bezos has bought the property for $165 million, in Los Angeles, from David Geffen, according to The Wall Street Journal.
Samsung
Samsung has decided to tease us with the Galaxy Z flip, before the official announcement. It showed off the whole phone in a small commercial.
Apple
Yes – the Swiss watch industry was put to shame by Apple. Not only Apple was the best selling smartwatch last year, but it also outsold the entire Swiss industry according to Strategy Analytics.
Google Glass
Google Glass Enterprise Edition 2 is now available for direct purchase. It has been nearly 1 year when it was launched through select workplace partners for $999 per unit.
Apple
Last week Apple has closed one store in China, along with cutting down operating hours in other shops.
British ariways
All flights have been suspended, to China, by British Airways, in the midst of the coronavirus outbreak.
Corona Virus Mask
Tim Cook, CEO of Apple, has mentioned on Tuesday that employee travel to China has been limited due to the coronavirus outbreak, and one store was closed in China mainland.
Facial recognition tech
The metropolitan police in the city of London have announced that the facial recognition technology has passed the trial phase and is now going to be permanently integrated into everyday policing.
Google
Google’s next I/O developer conference will happen from May 12th to May 14th. Google has revealed the date after users participated in its annual I/O teaser.
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Currently Valve is giving gamers the opportunity to play nearly every Half-Life related at no expense, for the next two months.
Huawei
Evan “Evleaks” Blass, have showed us what Huawei P40 pro could look like. Blass says the phone will make use of ceramic materials in its build.
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Trump’s tweet shows potential tension that might happen between Apple and the US Department of Justice.
Windows 10
Microsoft has removed the special upgrade offer sites; the company still continues to activate Windows 10 licenses for people who upgraded from Windows 7 or Windows 8.1.
Earpods
Aleia Murawski and Samuel Copeland, which are both artists, have reimagined them as earrings. The pair of earrings cost $40 on Beef’s world.
Cameras
Vice has published an article about some creative spying products marketed by a surveillance vendor that supplies US government agencies.
US Army
People received text messages saying that they were drafted – the United States Army warns that the message is fake.
Segway
Segway’s new S-Pod, an egg-shaped two wheeled vehicle from Segway, will let people sit while they cruise.
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Tastebuds – Spotify’s new feature will allow users to discover new music through their friends, according to TechCrunch.
Uber
Uber will be paying $4.4 million to settle sexual harassment and retaliation charges brought by US Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), the agency announced on Wednesday.
Watching eyes
The New York Times, exposed in detail how you can be tracked if you posses a smartphone real-time, without your knowledge or permission.
electric scooters
D-Fly Group, a transportation company based in London, brought together automotive grade manufacturing, advanced materials, cutting-edge technology to the micro mobility sector.
WHAM! (2)
Early Christmas this year! Wham! Has remastered their legendary “Last Christmas” music video into 4K quality.
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Counterplay Games along with Gearbox have announced Godfall at The Game Awards.
pirate bay browser
The Pirate Bay is trying out a streaming option for its website.
Mac Pro
Apple Mac Pro is available to order from December 10th, 2019.
This year, Spotify once again have its users a blast from the past with its “Wrapped” review of the year.
Google
Four Google employees who were recently fired plan to file labor charges against the firm, accusing Google of retaliation against legally protected organizing activity.
facebook
Facebooks public image is in a very bad state, that the company’s public relations team build an AI chatbot which helps its employees avoid criticism.
twitter app
Twitter accounts that have not been active for more than six months are receiving such warnings, starting from December 11th.
cloud print
Google Cloud Print, which is used to easily print things from the web using Google Chrome, will be printing for the last time on December 31st, 2020.
Valve
Yes, you are witnessing a new Half Life game. It was unveiled by Valve on Thursday.
Huawei
Another delay for the Huawei ban from Trump’s administration, according to the Commerce Department documents filed today.
spotify
Soundtrack your ride – a new feature from Spotify which allows you to generate a playlist for your trip based on your history and a small survey.
Amazon
Pentagons decision to give a $10 billion contract to Microsoft is being disputed to Amazon.
Facebook
A new payment system was launched by Facebook yesterday: Facebook Pay.
Instagram like
Instagram has already started tests on hiding like counts on posts in seven different countries. The plans are to continue testing for US users as well.
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Facebook refused to comply with its subpoenas in order to provide information regarding its investigation into the company’s privacy violations.
Privacy
Approximately 100 software developers had access to Facebook’s user’s data such as names and profile pictures according to Facebooks reveal on Tuesday.
Halloween
No more “party houses” on Airbnb’s services list after a deadly shooting at a property in Orinda, California.
WhatsApp
WhatsApp has made an announcement that its app can now be unlocked with a fingerprint on Android.
Dragon Eye
A new prequel, written by Ryan Condal along with George R.R. Martin set to co-executive produce.
Drone
University of South Australian and Baghdad’s Middle Technical University collaborated and demonstrated technique which can distinguish between survivors and deceased bodies.
news
Washington Post confirms that there will be a team of people curating top stories in the tab while everything else will be selected by an algorithm depending on the user’s interests.
Stocks
Ever thought that astrology could help you buy stocks? It is common belief that every aspect of your life is governed by the stars you were born under.
Hong Kong protests
Two letters sent from a bipartisan group of lawmakers criticized Apple and blizzard over their recent actions in China.
Vatican City
Today’s popular fitness tracker idea is embedded into a $110 bracelet that will track your prayers.
The annual event led by Google confirmed all the information that has been leaking out for the past weeks.
libra
Ebay, Stripe, Visa, Mastercard and Mercado Pago have withdrawn from the Libra Association. This is a big hit for Facebook global cryptocurrency project.
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Samsung surrender the Chinese market to the local firms due to the low market share.
PS5
PlayStation 5 will launch at the end of 2020, according to a post on the Japanese website of PlayStation this Tuesday… its official.
Microsoft
Microsoft has revealed details of Iran's big hacking operation targeted at the US presidential campaign between August and September.
Iraq protests
Internet access has been blocked across most of Iraq as widespread anti-corruption demonstrations continued into their third day.
Libra
The project had a number of significant backers from the economic sector, but now it seems that many of them are backing off in order not to lure the attention of lawmakers.
Iphone 11
Iphone 11 will give you a warning notification if it detects a non-genuine screen replacement.
apple
Apple will continue to construct its new Mac Pros in Austin, Texas, at the same location, where the previous generation of Mac Pros since 2013, were assembled.
Steam
French High Court that makes it legal for European consumers to resell their games purchased from Steam
PS4 (2)
The next generation PlayStation console will be able to consume much less energy in standby mode than the PS4.
Facebook
A Facebook spokesman informed Digital Trends that Zuckerberg is in the capital to meet with lawmakers "to hear their concerns and talk about future internet regulation."