Coronavirus: Google Will Show Businesses That Are Temporarily Closed

As more restaurants, bars and businesses close in an attempt to blunt the spread of the coronavirus, Google Search and Maps will inform users.

Coronavirus: Amazon Hiring Additional 100,000 Warehouse Workers

With more Americans relying on online shopping during the coronavirus pandemic, Amazon is hiring an additional 100,000 warehouse workers.

Coronavirus: YouTube Turns to AI to Address Shortage of Human Moderators

YouTube is warning that some users’ videos may be improperly flagged due to the company relying on artificial intelligence (AI) to moderate videos.

Coronavirus: Wireless and Internet Providers Join ‘Keep Americans Connected Pledge’

Amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, multiple wireless and internet providers have joined the FCC’s “Keep Americans Connected Pledge.”

Coronavirus: Microsoft Teams Struggling to Keep Up With Telecommuters

Amid an unprecedented number of individuals working from home, users are reporting that Microsoft Teams is struggling under the load.

Will the Coronavirus Spark a New Era for Business?

Andy Kessler, a technology writer for the Wall Street Journal, suggests that similar to other world crises events, the coronavirus could spark a new era for business and the world. Notably, will the advent of millions of new people suddenly working and being educated online become the norm once the fear and facts of the virus fade?

Coronavirus: Google Scrambling to Catch Up to Trump’s Announcement

President Trump surprised Google Friday, saying the company was working on a coronavirus web portal. Now the company is scrambling to catch up.

Coronavirus: U.S. Internet Can Handle Increased Work-From-Home Load

Experts are saying the U.S. internet should be able to handle the increased stress of millions of Americans working from home as a result of the coronavirus.

Slack Helping Companies With Historic (Coronavirus) Shift To Remote Work

There are a lot of people who are moving to a remote work or work-from-home situation for the first time. A lot of executives who are struggling to figure out how to manage and maintain operational performance in this kind of environment.

Coronavirus: Apple’s WDDC Goes Online Only

Apple has just announced that its biggest event of the year, WWDC, will be online-only as a result of the coronavirus.