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With COVID and wildfires California is not able to breathe !

California's worst-ever wildfires, which began a month ago and have blanketed the state with a nearly unrelenting layer of dense smoke, have affected ...
Sep 19

Covid-19: US should end Gilead’s monopoly on producing remdesivir, report says

The US government should end the shortage of the antiviral drug remdesivir by eliminating Gilead’s monopoly, says a report from Public Citizen, a national ...
Sep 12

Bussiness of Trust in COVID-19 vaccine

An understanding Rebecca Weintraub , Julie Rosenberg , Kenneth Rabin and Scott C. Ratzan ...
Aug 21

Facebook Work From Home Until July 2021

Facebook also said that the company will continue reopening offices in a restricted capacity where government guidance permits and where virus mitigation has taken place ...
Aug 08

Google extends WFH for employees till June 30 next year

The Wall Street Journal, which first reported the news, said nearly all of the 200,000 Google employees and contractors worldwide...
Jul 28

Two of EU countries who have not passed COVID-19 peak

Poland and Sweden are the only EU countries to have not yet passed their COVID-19 peak...
Jun 15

Apple tells staff work from office from June 15

Phase 1 will be "very limited" and workers will only be allowed in the office on certain days depending on their job, the company wrote ...
Jun 10

Google Maps to alert users about COVID-19

The transit alerts would be in Argentina, France, India, Netherlands, the United States, and the United Kingdom among other countries...
Jun 09

France approves release of controversial COVID-19 tracking app

The tracking app, called StopCovid, uses Bluetooth to trace when a phone is in proximity to others who have the application....
May 28

Google to start reopening offices

Google said it would give each employee an allowance of $1,000, or the equivalent value in their country, to expense necessary equipment and office ...
May 27

UK's COVID-19 tracking system under fire

The government has recruited 21,000 trackers in England to manually trace the contacts of people who test positive for COVID-19 using telephone and ...
May 22

Apple, Google Launch Coronavirus Tracking Tool

Apple and Google said some US states and 22 countries would be using the software, but declined to provide a list of all the government ...
May 21

How apps could change the workplace after COVID crisis

Several apps could hold the future to a safe office after reopening as covered by ABC news with an expert on the topic....
May 18

Buzzing Bracelets: The New COVID Accessory

The wearables highlight the extreme steps that companies may take to ensure workers are complying with social distancing recommendations during the pandemic...
May 15

Twitter Will Allow Employees To Work From Home

The San Francisco-based company said it was among the first to move to telework in March as a result of the health crisis and ...
May 13

UK Develops COVID Tracing App Despite Privacy Fears

The government last week said the app and a wider testing regime would help to prevent a second wave of infection when stringent restrictions are ...
Apr 29

UK Develops COVID Tracing App Despite Privacy Fears

The government last week said the app and a wider testing regime would help to prevent a second wave of infection when stringent restrictions are ...
Apr 29

Apple, Google Defend New Covid-19 Contact Tracing Project Amid Concerns

Apple and Google are building the technology into their iOS and Android operating systems in two steps....
Apr 14

WHO, UN Foundation, partners launch first-of-its-kind COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund

All donations made to the United Nations Foundation and Swiss Philanthropy Foundation are tax-deductible to the extent allowable by the law, where applicable (U....
Mar 14

Google techie tests positive in Bangalore

Mar 13

A smart contact lens that helps visually impaired find their vision

Using invisible computing, the smart contact lens delivers an augmented reality display in a user’s field of vision....
Jan 21

Computer beats humans in detecting breast cancer

A computer programme can now detect breast cancer using scans or mammograms with higher accuracy than that of a radiologists....
Jan 03

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