May 29, 2020
People are trying to find the best ways to combat Zoom fatigue, law enforcement in the UK try to halt sales of a device that says it can protect you from 5G via quantum technology, and Trump is very mad with Facebook and Twitter.
May 28, 2020
Huawei’s Meng Wanzhou loses the first challenge in extradition case, Twitter fact checks one of President Donald Trump’s tweets, and new reports suggest Facebook knew its algorithms divided users but the tech giant didn’t care.
May 27, 2020
TikTok is booming during the lockdown, trainers open up about moving their clients to a virtual setting, and the demand for VPNs in Honk Kong surge after Beijing proposes tough new national security laws.
May 26, 2020
GitLab conducts an interesting exercise to test its employees cybersecurity chops, virtual escape rooms are gaining popularity, and a growing number of adults join the millions of school-age and university students who have been studying at home during lockdowns.
May 25, 2020
Facebook’s work from home policies come with a catch, Apple’s latest iOS update includes coronavirus contact tracing, and researchers say a lot of the noise on Twitter around reopenining America is coming from bots.