Apple is launching a new screening tool as a website and an iOS app for users in the United States to help users get the latest guidance from CDC on COVID-19.
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Amazon's personal assistant Alexa can now check your risk level and offer guidance from the CDC by asking you a number of questions at home.
Facebook, Google, LinkedIn, Microsoft, Reddit, Twitter, and YouTube release joint statement on coronavirus misinformation, stating they are working together to prevent misinformation about the virus on their online platforms.
It's official: after Facebook, Google, and Microsoft, Apple is also moving its annual developer conference to an online format due to coronavirus concerns.
Microsoft's annual developer conference Build falls to coronavirus, will now be held as a digitial event instead.
It's official: E3 is getting cancelled due to growing concerns over coronavirus. ESA is exploring ways to offer an online experience for fans in the meantime.
Microsoft confirms two of its employees have tested positive for coronavirus. The company says it will continue to pay regular wages, even if work hours are reduced.
Microsoft is encouraging employees in its Seattle and San Francisco offices to work from home as it lets employees around the world work from home if needed over coronavirus concerns.
In response to coronavirus, Google is making its advanced meeting features on Hangouts Meet available for free to G Suite and G Suite for Education customers till July.
Microsoft is making the trial to the paid features of Microsoft Teams available for free for six months in a move to support global health as remote work increases due to coronavirus concerns.
Apple CEO TIm Cook says the company is reopening factories in China as the country slowly gets coronavirus 'under control', with number of new cases slowing.
Microsoft is announcing that the company will no longer be attending this year's Game Developers Conference (GDC). Microsoft is the latest company to pull out of GDC, following in the footsteps of Sony and Facebook.
Facebook is cancelling its annual developer conference, F8, due to concerns over coronavirus. It will instead host local events and live-streamed content.
Due to increasing concerns over coronavirus, GMSA is cancelling the world's biggest mobile show after multiple phone makers pulled out.