FOX News Channel has partnered with Facebook to host a virtual town hall event focusing on the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Federal Communications Commission and the Department of Justice approved the deal last year.
The hashtag #HighRiskCOVID19 aims to put a face to those who are most vulnerable to the coronavirus and try to save lives.
The coronavirus pandemic is bringing out the creativity for small business owners trying to stay afloat.
After news spread that the Italian innovation firm Isinnova successfully saved lives by 3D printing ventilator valves for its local hospital, CEO Cristian Fracassi and engineer Alessandro Romaioli fielded all sorts of calls from around the world.
The coronavirus pandemic has led to not just a loss in social connections among family and friends, but also for Mom & Pop store owners and their customers. Now, several businesses on Long Island are taking to the internet to stay in touch with their customers and help create a sense of community.
Many of the millions of Americans who lost their jobs in March amid COVID-19 lockdowns have turned to social media to crowdfund financial support to pay their bills, a Storyful analysis has found.
Three million children in the United States do not have home internet access, according to the Associated Press.
YouTube has expanded an initiative to lower video quality on its site in order to support online servers amid COVID-19 pandemic.
With so many people cooped up at home amid the COVID-19 pandemic, it's no surprise that internet is slowing.
Amazon’s virtual assistant, Alexa, now has a way to help you stay germ free by singing you a hand-washing song.
Apple users can ask Siri questions related to the novel coronavirus, such as “Do I have coronavirus.”
The Google Chrome app enables Netflix users to chat about their favorites shows and movies in real time.
Facebook says a bug in its anti-spam system is blocking the publication of links to news stories about the coronavirus.
The ability to confer with one's physician via digital means can be immensely beneficial to those who are not willing or able to leave their homes.
Northwell Labs in Nassau County is one of New York’s only labs designated to test for coronavirus right now is stepping up its screening capacity.
Northwell Labs is stepping up its coronavirus screening capacity in order to help fight the virus outbreak.
If you’re looking for something to do this weekend, why not take a stroll through a museum without even leaving home?
Comcast and Charter Communications will be offering free access to their respective internet networks for low-income families and others for a need to stay connected to information during this coronavirus crisis.
Right now there are fake websites online selling cleaning products, soap, and masks. However, according to experts, some of these websites have no intention of delivering the products.