• Microsoft Seeing Spike In App Use
    As a result of the pandemic, Microsoft is seeing a significant increase in some of its applications, Axios reports
  • UK Tech Groups Form COVID19 Tech Response
    Potentially serving as a model for other countries, a group of UK tech groups have formed the COVID19 Tech Response -- a coordinated response to the COVID-19 crisis.
  • Comcast Says Web Traffic Up 212%
    As the world works from home, Comcast's Web traffic from voice and video calls has skyrocketed by 212% over the past month, The Verge reports.
  • Can Publishers Survive The Pandemic?
    Despite a boost in readership, many publishers are unsure if they can survive the pandemic, Nieman Lab reports.
  • Is It Time To Shutter Struggling Local Newspapers?
    The New York Times' Ben Smith thinks it's time to replace struggling local newspaper with a national network of new online newsrooms.
  • Video Chat Service Houseparty Taking Off
    OneZero takes a closer look at video chat service Houseparty, which is now the top app in the iOS Store in the U.K., Canada, and Australia.
  • Epic Games Launched Epic Publishing Unit
    Epic Games just launched Epic Games Publishing with a trio of development partners, The Verge reports.
  • Google Seeing Fewer Nation-State Hacking Attacks
    Last year, Google says it issued 40,000 warnings of potential nation-state hacking attacks. That ... is actually better news than you might think," Forbes reports.
  • Is Zoom Oversharing With Facebook?
    Motherboard suspects that many of the consumers joining Zoom amid the pandemic are not aware that the iOS version of the app is sending analytics data to Facebook, even if they don't have a Facebook account.
  • Buzzfeed Cuts Employee Pay To Weather Pandemic
    As the COVID-19 crisis cuts into its ad revenue, BuzzFeed is gradually cutting employee pay, The Daily Beast reports.
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