• Pandemic Hastening Expansion Of Web Infrastructure
    The pandemic is precipitating one of the largest expansions of the Internet's infrastructure in years, MIT Technology Review suggests.
  • Microsoft Pausing Hardware Launches Due To Pandemic
    The health crisis is forcing Microsoft to put off some hardware launches, sources tell ZDNet.
  • Pandemic Leading To Phone-Call Revival
    As the pandemic persists, Verizon is currently fielding about 800 million weekday wireless calls, The New York Times reports.
  • Google's G Suite Surpasses 6M Paying Businesses
    Google is boasting that G Suite has surpassed 6 million paying businesses, CNBC reports.
  • Zoom Hit With Privacy Lawsuit
    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 Adding Parental Controls
    Netflix is now giving parents the option to remove specific titles as well as filter shows not suited for their children, The Verge reports.
  • GDPR Fines Total EUR144,815,145
    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 Hires Ex-Apple Exec To Develop Mixed-Reality Hardware
    Microsoft just hired former Apple executive Ruben Caballero to develop mixed-reality hardware and AI, Bloomberg reports.
  • App Optimizer Glassbox Gets $40M
    Glassbox -- a startup that makes automated tools to optimize Web and mobile apps -- just raised $40 million, VentureBeat reports.
  • Facebook Cracking Down on False COVID-19 Claims
    Facebook is planning to crack down on false claims related to COVID-19, The Guardian reports.
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