Employees producing chloroquine phosphate tablets

New Study On Chloroquine's Efficacy May Add To COVID-19 'Infodemic'

Didier Raoult's claims about chloroquine left scientists and doctors rushing to set the record straight. But a new Chinese study may support him.


0:40A T-Mobile store sign
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T-Mobile Completes Merger With Sprint

2:30Person taps Facebook app icon
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COVID-19 Spurs Record Social Media Use — But Ad Revenue Is Falling

2:16David Lat receives oxygen
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New York City Man Tweets About His Fight Against COVID-19

2:14President Donald Trump answers questions during a coronavirus task force press briefing at the White House on March 19, 2020

COVID-19 Treatment Touted By Trump Leads To Misleading Info Online

2:47Kids use laptops and tablets

Can Internet Service Providers Survive The Coronavirus Pandemic?

0:44Microsoft logo on the side of a building.

CDC Introduces Microsoft-Powered Coronavirus Self-Check Tool

0:53Netflix on a laptop
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Netflix To Reduce Streaming Quality In Europe Amid Pandemic

0:55Facebook's thumbs-up "like" logo

Facebook Will Pay Third-Party Content Moderators To Work Remotely

3:17A user goes through the Facebook login screen

Social Media Is Being Unusually Aggressive About Coronavirus Misinfo

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Increase In Telework Could Put U.S. Systems At Risk Of Cyberattack

Facebook booth at a developer conference
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Tech Companies Agree To Fight Coronavirus Misinformation

1:01Attendees at the Electronic Entertainment Expo.
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E3 2020 Canceled Amid Coronavirus Concerns

0:56Google logo

Google Asks North American Staff To Work Remotely Due To Coronavirus

1:43Joe Biden
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Twitter Applies 'Manipulated Media' Tag To Video Of Joe Biden

1:03Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg
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Facebook Says It Has Taken Down Misleading Trump Campaign Ads

1:09Kashmiri journalists
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Internet Services Temporarily Restored In Kashmir

1:22Two iPhones.
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Apple To Pay Up To $500M As Part Of Throttling Settlement

1:43T-Mobile building
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FCC Proposes Fines For 4 Wireless Carriers Over Privacy Allegations

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Twitter Considering New Methods To Curb Misinformation

1:01MGM Grand
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Personal Information Of 10 Million MGM Hotel Guests Posted Online

2:13Americans look out from the bus taking them from the quarantined Diamond Prince Cruise Ship in Yokohama, Japan.
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How Effective Is Social Media At Stopping Coronavirus Misinformation?

1:24Attorney General William Barr
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U.S. Attorney General Questions If Tech Industry Law Is Still Relevant

4:40A Robotic Arm at the Tipsy Robot

'I Don't Know How To Stop Them' — When Robots Take Las Vegas Jobs

0:46iPhone 11s
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Apple Says iPhone Production, Sales Are Down Due To Coronavirus

1:07SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket launching

SpaceX Has Launched Another Batch Of Satellites Into Orbit

0:41Facebook sign
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Facebook Is Now Letting Political Campaigns Sponsor 'Branded Content'

1:11Apple store sales assistants help hand out new iPhones
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Calif. Supreme Court Rules Apple Must Pay Employees For Exit Searches

2:58Screenshots of clips from ABC reality TV show "The Bachelor."
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Animated GIFs Have Major Reach — And Television Is Capitalizing On It

1:31Huawei sign
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U.S. Hits Huawei With New Federal Charges

2:07A Huawei Store
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Pentagon Expected To Support Tighter Huawei Restrictions