The pandemic is precipitating one of the largest expansions of the Internet's infrastructure in years, MIT Technology Review suggests.
The health crisis is forcing Microsoft to put off some hardware launches, sources tell ZDNet.
As the pandemic persists, Verizon is currently fielding about 800 million weekday wireless calls, The New York Times reports.
Google is boasting that G Suite has surpassed 6 million paying businesses, CNBC reports.
One of Zoom's shareholders just filed a class action lawsuit against the video-conferencing platform, and accusing the company of overstating its privacy standards.
Netflix is now giving parents the option to remove specific titles as well as filter shows not suited for their children, The Verge reports.
European authorities have issued 212 GDPR-related fines totaling €144,815,145. However, countries are imposing the penalties in different ways. The largest fine, €50,000,000 against Google, was meted out by France.
Microsoft just hired former Apple executive Ruben Caballero to develop mixed-reality hardware and AI, Bloomberg reports.
Glassbox -- a startup that makes automated tools to optimize Web and mobile apps -- just raised $40 million, VentureBeat reports.
Facebook is planning to crack down on false claims related to COVID-19, The Guardian reports.