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Amazon, Microsoft, and Palantir will help the UK health service map its coronavirus response, raising privacy worries
The companies will put together an interactive digital dashboard by pulling in reams of NHS data.
To stop Microsoft Edge from opening automatically, you'll need to change certain settings on your PC or Mac.
In a rare move, Facebook, Microsoft, Twitter, and other tech giants are working together to help developers combat the coronavirus pandemic with techn...
The tech giants are all working toward the common cause of helping developers create technologies to combat the coronavirus pandemic.
All your friends are using Zoom, the video-chat app that is suddenly dominating competition from Google and Microsoft
Beyond being a productivity tool, Zoom has become a place where people are hanging out and families are staying in touch while social distancing.
Bill Gates said the US missed its chance to avoid a coronavirus shutdown and recommended businesses stay closed for 6 to 10 weeks
Gates admitted a mandated shutdown could be "disastrous" for the economy, but said the US didn't act fast enough to avoid it.
The most popular web browsers are sending companies your history or personal data, according to a report. Here’s how each browser’s privac...
Chrome, Firefox, and Safari were each ranked in the second-lowest privacy tier, while Microsoft Edge and Yandex were ranked as "least private."
Amazon, Apple, Google, IBM, and Microsoft worse at transcribing black people’s voices than white people’s with AI voice recognition, study...
Previous studies have shown that AI systems like facial recognition can become engrained with racial bias.
Microsoft became the only US company worth more than $1 trillion after the coronavirus sent the US economy into a nosedive
Fallout from the coronavirus has cost Apple, Amazon, and Google parent firm Alphabet their positions in the trillion dollar valuations club.
Microsoft is canceling its partner conference Inspire "as an in-person event" and is exploring alternatives.
Microsoft and the CDC have built an AI-powered coronavirus chatbot that can help you figure out whether you need to go to the hospital
The CDC's tool helps people in the US determine if they should seek medical treatment, but isn't meant for the diagnosis or treatment of COVID-19.