In August 2016, Instagram rolled out the silver bullet in its growing war against Snapchat. The Facebook-owned app rolled out Stories, a clone of a feature by the same name first introduced by Snap in 2013 that allowed users to share photos and videos that disappear after 24 hours.
With most of the U.S. locked down at home and many people afraid to risk their health with a visit to the grocery store, it’s become almost impossible to find a delivery window for groceries. Services such as Amazon Fresh, Whole Foods delivery, Instacart and others usually let you choose a window for delivery. But with demand so high, the slots are almost impossible to find.
Instacart is adding new features Wednesday to speed up its delivery service after struggling to keep up with higher demand.
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Zoom has been hit with a class-action lawsuit by one of its shareholders, who alleged the company failed to disclose issues with its video conferencing platform’s privacy and security.
Governments can tackle fake news during the coronavirus crisis by communicating regularly and promptly correcting misinformation, Singapore’s home affairs minister said.
Shares of Pinterest jumped as much as 13% Tuesday after hours, after the company issued early guidance for its fiscal first quarter that beat analysts’ expectations.
LONDON – A pandemic forcing everyone to stay home should be the perfect moment for online grocery services, but they’ve struggled to keep up with an unprecedented onslaught of demand.
Square and Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey has said he is donating $1 billion in Square equity to support relief efforts for the COVID-19 efforts.
Last month, Airbnb promised to issue full cash refunds to qualifying travelers whose trips had been impacted by the coronavirus, but some customers are complaining that Airbnb is making them jump through hoops to get their cash back.