Cyber criminals have adapted to the “new normal” during the pandemic and are showing they more nimble than legitimate companies. For example, there has been an increase in “fearware,” with ransomware attacks that target hospitals.
Forbes takes a closer look at design software startup Figma, and how it plans to spend the addition $50 million it recently raised.
Twitter is updating its API to help developers and researchers study the public conversation around COVID-19 in real time, TechCrunch reports.
Within the US and Canada, Facebook is expanding the launching a new tool with which users can transfer photos and videos to Google Photos, The Verge reports.
Following several departures from Facebook's board of directors, CEO Mark Zuckerberg has sought to consolidate his control of the company, The Wall Street Journal reports.
Samsung expects profit to decline in the current quarter due the pandemic, Reuters reports.
Google will no longer charge users to access Meets -- its video conferencing service, ZDNet reports.
Google has rolled out a feature allowing users to manage Windows 10 devices through G Suite. The enhancement, launched in beta in January, has been in the pipeline for almost two years.
In most countries, Twitter is no longer letting users receive tweet alerts with SMS messages, The Verge reports.
The Washington Post's Elizabeth Dwoskin explains how the COVID-19 crisis is proving to be a golden opportunity for tech giants to expand their power and vast fortunes.