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The device senses the nature, duration and time of coughing.
Soren Bjorn, the president of the world's largest supplier of fresh berries, says the US will need to rethink food delivery and the immigration status of migrant workers essential to ensuring our food supply.
Not even a global pandemic is enough to stop SpaceX's historic first crewed flight with NASA to the International Space Station.
The chain's CTO tells us what's next as America's restaurants plan to reopen.
Measuring your blood oxygen can be a vital way to keep track of your lung health, especially if you're hit with COVID-19 symptoms. But how do they work? And can your phone do the same job as an FDA-approved pulse oximeter?
But shopping in any retail store may not be quite the same.
Trials of remdesivir have shown quicker recovery times for COVID-19 patients, proving that "a drug can block this virus," says Dr. Anthony Fauci, a lead member of the White House coronavirus task force.
If you're looking to figure out your finances, we're here to help.
No Kid Hungry says we have plenty of food, so why are 22 million kids short of it?
Scientists at Caltech have developed what they say is the world's first electronic skin that doesn't need a battery. Why not? Because it runs on human sweat.
The video calling platform has seen a 2,000% increase in calls on the weekend, leading to a massive rethink of security and features.
Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg debuts a new video conferencing tool, Messenger Rooms. The new video presence platform will make it possible for users to connect to a video conference even without a Facebook account.
Three former workers talk to cnet about their concerns with warehouse conditions during coronavirus.
The hospital ventilator crisis has eased slightly, and the Spiro Wave seeks to keep it that way.
The Aertos 120-UVC drone from Digital Aerolus is equipped with ultraviolet lights to disinfect places that are at high risk of COVID-19 exposure.