Imagine if this pandemic had happened 10 or 15 years ago when the internet, along with our population, wasnt as adept as it is today. Thankfully, we have tremendous tools at our fingertips that allow us to continue working, learning, and thriving. But with the good comes the bad.
Since the coronavirus pandemic swept across the globe this year, the World Health Organization (WHO) has become the target of an array of cybersecurity attacks but recent efforts to hack into the system have some cybersecurity experts especially concerned.
Google location data released Friday presents a stark picture of how the coronavirus pandemic has upended the lives of more than 3.9 billion people -- half the world's population -- who are under some form of lockdown, causing massive shifts in human behavior.
U.S. Army scientists and engineers have been working with Harvard University to design, prototype and evaluate new nasal swabs needed to test for COVID 19 -- as a way to address the current crisis with available coronavirus test kits and assess possibilities for large-scale production of new swab configurations.
Amazon founder Jeff Bezos said Thursday that he plans to donate $100 million to food banks across America, which is currently facing a severe and steep economic downturn because of thecoronavirus epidemic.
Google will begin to lift its ban on coronavirus-related advertising this week in the wake of criticism from some Democrats that the company was helping the Trump administration spread false information about the pandemic.
Amazonsaid it istaking increased safety measures, including checking temperatures of its associates, as the company is under fire from politicians and its own workersfor allegedly lax working conditions amid the coronavirus pandemic.
With the coronavirus pandemic upending everyday life, the Dept. of Health and Human Services has made the extraordinary announcement toallowvideo chat apps such as Apple's FaceTime andZoom for medical consultations.
AfterAmazonannounced it fired a worker at its Staten Island, N.Y., warehouse after he helped organize a walkout over itscoronavirus responses, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio is calling for an investigation into the Jeff Bezos-led tech giant.
A tech company is monitoring smartphone data and grading American counties on a Social Distancing Scoreboard as authorities across the United States urge residents to socially isolate and slow the spread of the coronavirus.
The Pentagon has modified four existing contracts with defense industry partners to acquire and deliver 8,000 ventilators to various hard-hit locations around the country struggling to treat coronavirus patients.
Emerging radar and signal processing technology is enabling Navy surface ships to achieve a ground-breaking measure of radar-detection range and precisionall --all while enabling ship defense systems to track and take out multiple threats at one time.
New York State and in particular, New York City, have been the hardest-hit regions in the U.S. as the country grapples with the coronavirus pandemic. But recent data suggests that the area might be starting to see a turn that infections are slowing.
Suddenly without much preparation, Americans were told to stay home to stop the spread of COVID-19. Remote working was no longer an option just for adventurous millennials. And parents were also asked to be full-time teachers.
Heat maps that show cellphone location data in the U.S. paint a disturbing picture of the potential spread of coronavirus as the country grapples with lockdown meaures and tries to stem the virus' tide.
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos said the e-commerce giant is working directly with the World Health Organization (WHO) in a number of different capacities as the world attempts to tackle the coronavirus pandemic.