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As SpaceX bans its workers from using it, Zoom says all feature development is halted to work on security.
Security researchers have discovered coronavirus-themed malware created to destroy users' computers.
Users of the Zoom Windows client's chat feature need to be cautious about clicking on links.
Lots of people who made the leap to Google Chrome because it was fast and lightweight have found that over time the browser has become slow, bloated, and kludgy. But there's an easy fix.
A data-derived tool for healthcare providers and community leaders to identify populations likely to experience severe outcomes once infected.
Windows 10 users can manually install the new patch to fix internet connectivity problems.
The live dashboard pulls data from sources like the World Health Organization to show all confirmed and suspected cases of coronavirus, along with recoveries and deaths.
TubeMate, a very popular video downloader, has been upgraded with all new design and great user experiences. Convenient right and left...
Microsoft is sharing more guidance around capacity limits it is putting in place for its cloud resources caused by higher-than-usual demand due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Hacker group uses zero-day in DrayTek Vigor enterprise routers and VPN gateways to record network traffic.
Microsoft is rushing to release an out-of-band fix in early April for a Windows 10 connectivity bug.
Once upon a time, people Skyped. Now they are Zooming. What happened?
Harvard researchers: Social distancing during COVID-19 may have to be turned on and off like a spigot
It's unlikely one single, long stretch of "social distancing" is going to solve COVID-19 for the US before a vaccine arrives, say Harvard researchers. Instead, it may be necessary to keep having periodic intervals of quarantine until the US healthcare system is fortified.
Workers at distribution centers rushing to meet consumer demand have succumbed to the illness.
Practical guidelines for improving your internet speeds.
HPE releases firmware patch to prevent some SSDs from failing after reaching 40,000 hours of operation.
One of the byproducts of doing all your work from home is that you might be discussing confidential matters. And who might overhear them? Well, there's your smart speakers....
White House OMB tells agencies to "utilize technology to the greatest extent practicable" for remote staff work during coronavirus outbreak.
UPDATED: Hackers are exploiting a zero-day in the Adobe Type Manager Library (atmfd.dll) that ships with the Windows OS.
Will the pandemic blow away every tech business assumption we've ever held, from 5G and bandwidth to legacy tech and the cloud? Here's one thing I expect: The rise of the phablet.