We’ve talked about them before but they are making a comeback – contact tracing apps technology is again attempting to help control the coronavirus. This time the technology will not collect personal health information or track the user’s location. Apple and Google have been working on these tools for state and local public health authorities.
Technology giants, Apple and Google, are taking on coronavirus (COVID-19) with an app that could save your life. It could also infringe on your privacy. The app would warn a person who came in contact with someone over the past 14 days who tested positive for COVID-19. This is one of the first apps to
Coronavirus related scams are traveling almost as fast as the virus. With the fear of spreading the virus a healthy fear of falling prey to a Coronavirus scam is in order. The primary reason for cyberattacks, according to Verizon’s Annual Data Breach Investigations Report, is to steal your money. Safeguard your pocketbook and your identity
What is the one surface that has 10 times more bacteria than your toilet seat? The answer might surprise you. According to a study at the University of Arizona, your cell phone has more bacteria than your toilet seat. Cellphones and other high touch objects don’t get cleaned as often as toilets and are covered
The Coronavirus has the world in a mess right now. Businesses have been forced to go virtual or temporarily shut down; restaurants are trying to adapt by offering takeout and pickup. As of March 30, 30 states in the US have issued statewide stay at home orders,while other states have multiple counties who have issued