• Google App Vulnerable to Malware
    Researchers have found that an Android malware strain can steal one-time passcodes generated through Google Authenticator, ZDNet reports.
  • FCC To Fine Top Carriers At Least $200M
    The FCC will soon propose fining top mobile phone companies at least $200 million for wrongly disclosing consumers' real-time location data, Reuters reports.
  • Apple Making Trackpad For iPad Keyboard
    Later this year, Apple is planning to release an iPad keyboard accessory with a built-in trackpad, The Information reports.
  • Coronavirus Keeping Microsoft Away From GDC 2020
    Due to the coronavirus, Microsoft has decided not to attend this year's Game Developers Conference.
  • Salesforce Price Falls As Co-CEO Kevin Block Steps Down
    Salesforce shares have fallen as the surprise new breaks that Co-CEO Kevin Block is stepping down. Here’s an analysis of what Wall Street is saying about it.
  • Steven Levy's Look Inside Facebook
    The Verge interviews author Steven Levy about his latest book, "Facebook: The Inside Story."
  • Gaming Platform Roblox Grabs $150M
    Gaming platform Roblox just raised $150 million in another series of fund let by Andreessen Horowitz's Late Stage Venture fund, TechCrunch reports.
  • Square Posts Strong Q4 Earnings
    During its fiscal fourth quarter, mobile payments processor Square reported net income of $17 million, or 4 cents a share, ZDNet reports.
  • Tim Cook Balks At Broader Coronavirus Discussion
    During Apple's annual shareholder meeting on Wednesday, CEO Tim Cook "largely ignored the coronavirus," Business Insider reports.
  • Some Schools Using Mobile To Track Students
    CNet investigates the growing use of mobile tracking technology among schools in the United States.
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