Apple is encouraging US employees -- both corporate and retail -- to work from home.
The US Army and Navy have already banned service members from using the app on government-issued phones.
Apple's store closures could've harmed its iPhone sales and led to the company ordering too few OLED panels to meet its contract with Samsung.
There are too few homes and they're all too expensive. Apple says it wants to put a dent in that.
India is a key market for the search giant.
In order to bring high-speed internet everywhere, Facebook built and will soon start testing a robot that wraps cable around existing power lines.
The search giant also promises $10 million in job training grants.
The deal gives Sirius XM a tighter grip on the podcast market.
Rumors are swirling about the cost of games going up by $10 when PS5 and Xbox Series X launch in late 2020. Why? If you guessed "skyrocketing costs of game development," you win 500 internet points!
In today's tech headlines, Amazon's TikTok ban that wasn't, Ubisoft's Forward event shows off Far Cry 6 and the Hope Mars Mission is ready to launch.
The French game maker, known for its hit action franchises Assassin's Creed, Far Cry and Tom Clancy, announces new games coming in the next year.
The French gaming company's said it's committed to change, but it won't address that change during its biggest event of the year.