The country’s ‘indefinite’ lockdown has limited access to fresh produce.
Nintendo’s Switch console has flown off shelves since its March release.
President Trump’s eldest son hinted in February at removing legal protections from social media giants that discriminate against their users on the basis of politics. The White House turned that into a policy goal in May.
A 25% workforce cut at Airbnb could be the tip of the iceberg for unicorns—tech startups with a valuation of $1 billion or more—as COVID-19 affects those estimates.
Consumer demand for the devices is likely to grow.
While unlike in China, Americans would have to opt into the plan, privacy advocates warn against giving data to authorities.
Experts say the legal issues are even more troubling than the technology when it comes to user privacy.
The feds are waiving rules and penalties against doctors and companies who can now diagnose patience through Zoom, Skype and other videoconferencing for the first time.
As a teenager, Freddie Figgers built a GPS locator into the shoes of his Alzheimer’s-afflicted father. Now his telecon startup is worth more than $62 million.