Social media is a place for wholesale interaction, whether it be through memes, amateur TikTok dances, silly Snapchat snaps or Instagram boomerangs.
Most people have wearable devices, which can collect their vitals and lifestyles. Machines that can identify trends and raise recommendations can then read this data
While the video-game industry is surging as a whole, Nintendo is doing particularly well thanks to its wholesome and family-friendly offerings games.
The app raked in 2 million global downloads last week and is growing at a much faster pace than competitors like Zoom, Skype and Google Hangouts.
Shares in some game makers like Nintendo Co. have trended upward over the past week alongside a steep increase in playtime with government-ordered lockdowns around the world.
Netflix operates the world’s most popular paid-TV network, and is the second-biggest driver of internet traffic in the world after YouTube.
Streaming platforms and other digital content providers have taken the decision in order to reduce pressure on telecom networks until 14 April.
Netflix has seen a spike in downloads for its app in regions that have been hit hard by Covid-19 outbreak, a trend that could point to higher international demand.
The use of AI has been adopted in policing in India, while Hong Kong & China are creating smart systems that may render prison breaks a relic of the past.
Every time an employee connects to their corporate network from home, they’re creating possible access points for hackers to exploit.