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Google Maps shows Covid-19 hot spots

The tool is meant to provide critical information about Covid-19 cases in an area so you can make more informed decisions about where to go and what to...

China launches sanctions regime after US...

An announcement by China's Ministry of Commerce did not mention any specific foreign entities that could be targeted.

What explains the sudden drop in oil prices?...

However, the EIA report also showed that gasoline demand for the week ending August 28 was 8.786 million bpd, down from 9.161 million bpd for the prior...

Google, Apple to install contact tracing...

The technology, first launched in April on Apple's iOS software and Google's Android system, is meant to alert people through their smartphones when they...

Huawei overtakes Samsung as top smartphone...

Canalys said the embattled firm, which is facing US sanctions and falling overseas sales, shipped 55.8 million devices

Twitter hit by major hack targeting high-profile...

Twitter is investigating a massive hack in which high-profile users from Elon Musk to Joe Biden had their accounts hijacked by scammers who the social...

IUEA developing intelligent information management...

As part of its contribution to knowledge and the society, scholars at IUEA are hard at work developing solutions that address the multi-faceted issues...

Apple, Google launch contact tracing platform...

Under the notifications system, someone exposed to a person who tests positive for COVID-19 will receive an alert on their phone.

Apple loses more ground in smartphone market...

Huawei, meanwhile, saw smartphone shipments rise despite the overall market contracting and US-China trade tensions

Apple pulls plug on AirPower wireless charging...

AirPower was announced at the same time as the iPhone X, a premium model that marked the tenth anniversary of the company's flagship smartphone.

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