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1671. Trump to hold call with U.S. internet, mobile phone providers
President Donald Trump is holding a call with seven of the biggest U.S. internet and mobile phone providers on Tuesday to talk about how the networks are holding up as tens of millions of Americans work from home.
13:38 31.03.2020
1670. Video chat app Houseparty offers $1 million reward over hacking claims
Group video chat app Houseparty offered a reward of $1 million for evidence of what it said was a smear campaign against the company as it fought to quash claims that the app was stealing data from others installed on the same smartphone.
12:20 31.03.2020
1669. Thailand to give free mobile data for those homebound by coronavirus
Thailand will give the public free mobile data as companies initiate work-from-home policies and schools use remote learning amid the coronavirus outbreak, a senior government official said on Tuesday as operators considered investment to expand capacity.
07:19 31.03.2020
1668. Factbox: Coronavirus cases reported at 19 of Amazon's U.S. warehouses
Amazon.com Inc is at the front line of responding to outbreaks of the novel coronavirus in the United States, delivering essential goods while more than half the population faces government stay-at-home orders.
06:22 31.03.2020
1667. Instacart, Amazon workers strike as labor unrest grows during coronavirus crisis
Warehouse, delivery and retail gig workers in the United States went on strike on Monday to call attention to safety and wage concerns for people laboring through the coronavirus crisis.
06:22 31.03.2020
1666. Amazon's FBA service waiving two weeks of March storage fees: email
Amazon.com Inc"s Fulfillment by Amazon (FBA) service will waive two weeks of storage fees in March, according to an email seen by Reuters.
21:07 30.03.2020
1665. Airbnb to pay out $250 million to hosts to help ease coronavirus cancellation pain
U.S. home rental firm Airbnb said on Monday it was allocating $250 million to help offset losses by hosts around the world whose guests have canceled bookings in the face of the coronavirus pandemic.
19:38 30.03.2020
1664. 'Like Glastonbury tickets': Britons chase online grocery slots in coronavirus crisis
British supermarkets are frantically trying to build up their online operations during the coronavirus emergency but no matter how hard they work they will not have enough capacity to meet unprecedented levels of demand.
18:28 30.03.2020
1663. LendingClub cuts approval rates for high-risk borrowers as coronavirus spreads
LendingClub Corp on Monday cut loan approval rates for some high-risk borrowers and increased income and employment verification requirements, in a sign that alternative lenders could pull back from lending as the coronavirus crisis deepens.
18:15 30.03.2020
1662. Workers go on strike at Amazon delivery site in Italy amid coronavirus
Around one-third of those working at an Amazon delivery station in central Italy went on strike on Monday, a union representative said, citing a request for enhanced safety measures for workers amid the coronavirus health emergency.
16:47 30.03.2020
1661. Israel to use computer analysis to find likely coronavirus carriers
Israel"s defense ministry plans to use software that analyses data gathered from mobile phones - produced, according to Israeli media, by the spyware firm NSO - to help locate likely carriers of the coronavirus in order to test them.
13:08 30.03.2020
1660. Germany aims to launch Singapore-style coronavirus app in weeks
Germany hopes to launch a smartphone app within weeks to help trace coronavirus infections, after a broad political consensus emerged that adopting an approach pioneered by Singapore can be effective without invading people"s privacy.
09:54 30.03.2020
1659. Vivendi remains committed to Telecom Italia: spokesman
Telecom Italia"s (TIM) top shareholder Vivendi on Monday confirmed its long-term commitment to the Italian phone group, just days after activist fund Elliott reduced its stake.
09:50 30.03.2020
1658. UK broadband providers lift data caps during coronavirus crisis
Britain"s big telecoms providers have agreed to remove all data caps on fixed-line broadband services that have become a lifeline for people isolated at home during the coronavirus crisis, the government said on Sunday.
20:36 28.03.2020
1657. Russia's Bolshoi Theater goes online as coronavirus curbs public life
Moscow"s famed Bolshoi Theater has begun streaming some of its most notable past performances online after being forced to shut its doors to the public as a result of tough new restrictions aimed at curbing the spread of the coronavirus.
15:29 27.03.2020
1656. Britain's Tesco limits online shop to 80 items during coronavirus crisis
Britain"s biggest supermarket group Tesco will limit the number of items customers can order in an online shop to 80 during the coronavirus emergency, it said on Friday.
06:36 27.03.2020
1655. Under lockdown, U.S. teens turn to TikTok for life hacks, laughs
Millions of U.S. teenagers shut up in their homes and receiving their education online are turning for morale support and comic relief to each other - via immensely popular video sharing apps like TikTok.
06:11 26.03.2020
1654. Home-bound users fume as video apps do not sync with TVs
Kat Volpe laid out an exercise mat and tried to sync her iPhone with her big screen TV for a fitness class webcast on Instagram last week during New York"s coronavirus lockdown.
20:22 25.03.2020
1653. Erdogan says Turkey will overcome coronavirus in two-three weeks; school closures extended
Turkey will overcome the coronavirus outbreak in two to three weeks through good measures, with as little damage as possible, President Tayyip Erdogan said on Wednesday, as Ankara extended the closure of all schools until April 30.
17:51 25.03.2020
1652. Locked-down French Catholics mark holy mass via YouTube
Coronavirus restrictions meant Catholic priest Guillaume Le Floc’h officiated at Wednesday evening"s mass in front of empty pews, so to make sure his flock could celebrate the holy feast of Annunciation, he had the service livestreamed on YouTube.
16:26 25.03.2020
1651. Amid privacy backlash, China's DJI unveils drone-to-phone tracking
China"s DJI, the world"s largest commercial drone maker, said on Wednesday it is developing technology that would allow the public to track the registrations of drones in flight using just a smartphone, amid a broader industry push to make such data
14:45 13.11.2019
1650. Google Pay to offer checking accounts through Citi, Stanford Federal next year
Alphabet Inc"s Google said on Wednesday it will offer personal checking accounts next year through its Google Pay app in partnership with Citigroup Inc and a small credit union at Stanford University.
14:12 13.11.2019
1649. Facebook removes 3.2 billion fake accounts, millions of child abuse posts
Facebook Inc removed 3.2 billion fake accounts between April and September this year, along with millions of posts depicting child abuse and suicide, according to its latest content moderation report released on Wednesday.
14:09 13.11.2019
1648. Disney+ streaming exceeds expectations with 10 million sign-ups, shares surge
Walt Disney Co on Wednesday said its new streaming service, Disney+, reached 10 million sign-ups since launching the previous day from "extraordinary consumer demand," sending shares up 3.5%.
13:31 13.11.2019
1647. Bank of Canada unveils tool to help sound financial institutions endure liquidity shocks
Canada"s central bank said on Wednesday it is developing a new liquidity tool aimed at helping sound, regulated financial institutions weather shocks to liquidity that come from an abnormal source, such as a cyber attack.
11:35 13.11.2019
1646. SoftBank's Z Holdings and Line eyeing merger: sources
SoftBank"s Z Holdings Corp is in talks to merge with messaging app operator Line Corp , two sources said on Wednesday, the investment company"s latest bet on a struggling tech firm.
11:03 13.11.2019
1645. Alibaba's Jack Ma says Singles' Day shopping results miss expectations
Alibaba Group Holding Inc co-founder Jack Ma said on Wednesday results from the Singles" Day annual online shopping festival had missed the Chinese e-commerce giant"s expectations.
09:19 13.11.2019
1644. Exclusive: U.S. manufacturing group hacked by China as trade talks intensified - sources
As trade talks between Washington and Beijing intensified earlier this year, suspected Chinese hackers broke into an industry group for U.S. manufacturers that has helped shape President Donald Trump"s trade policies, according to two people familiar w
08:40 13.11.2019
1643. U.S. judge rules suspicionless searches of travelers' digital devices unconstitutional
A federal judge on Tuesday ruled that U.S. border agents need "reasonable suspicion" but not a warrant to search travelers’ smartphones and laptops at airports and other U.S. ports of entry, a practice that has been growing in recent years.
22:09 12.11.2019
1642. Hackers demand $5 million from Mexico's Pemex in cyberattack
Hackers demanded about $5 million in bitcoin from Mexico"s Pemex, they told Reuters on Tuesday, saying the state oil firm missed a special discount by not paying immediately after a cyberattack that fouled up the company"s systems.
20:31 12.11.2019
1641. Alibaba's Singles' Day sales hit record $38 billion; growth slows
(This November 11 story corrects to say "above", not "below", in 6th paragraph)
19:11 12.11.2019
1640. Hackers hit UK political parties with back-to-back cyberattacks
Hackers hit Britain"s two main political parties with back-to-back cyberattacks on Tuesday, sources told Reuters, attempting to force political websites offline with a flood of malicious traffic just weeks ahead of a national election.
16:38 12.11.2019
1639. Disney+ debut hit by tech glitches, company blames demand
Walt Disney Co"s long-awaited debut in the streaming media wars on Tuesday was hit with technical glitches that the company said were caused by higher-than-expected demand as it takes on rival Netflix Inc.
16:13 12.11.2019
1638. UK Conservative Party hit by cyber attack ahead of election: two sources
Britain’s governing Conservative Party was hit by a cyber attack on Tuesday which tried to force its website offline, two people with knowledge of the matter told Reuters.
14:12 12.11.2019
1637. After second cyber attack, UK Labour says it has security in place
Britain"s main opposition Labour Party said on Tuesday is has ongoing security processes in place to protect its online platforms after hackers attempted to force its web services offline for the second time in two days.
11:59 12.11.2019
1636. U.S. Army should assess security risks of using TikTok for recruitment: Sen. Schumer
The top Democrat in the U.S. Senate, Chuck Schumer, on Tuesday released a letter he wrote to Army Secretary Ryan McCarthy raising concerns about the U.S. military"s use of the China-owned TikTok social media platform for recruiting American teenagers.
11:25 12.11.2019
1635. France to take back 11 suspected jihadists from Turkey: minister
France will take back 11 suspected French jihadists from Turkey, Interior Minister Christophe Castaner said on Tuesday, a day after Ankara said it was deporting foreign citizens linked to the group.
11:18 12.11.2019
1634. UK Labour Party undergoing second cyber attack: source
Hackers attacked Britain"s opposition Labour Party for a second time in two days on Tuesday and attempted to force its web services offline, according to a person with knowledge of the matter and documents seen by Reuters.
10:23 12.11.2019
1633. UK's Corbyn "very nervous" about election after cyber attack
British opposition Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn said on Tuesday a large-scale cyber attack on his party"s digital platforms just weeks before a national election had made him nervous about the rest of the campaign.
10:04 12.11.2019
1632. Cyber attack on UK Labour was short-lived attempt to take down websites: source
A cyber attack on Britain"s opposition Labour Party was a short-lived and unsuccessful attempt to take the party"s websites offline, a security official with knowledge of the matter told Reuters.
10:04 12.11.2019

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