The announcement comes as shutdowns caused by the COVID-19 pandemic have exacerbated concerns that the US has become too reliant on production in Asia for key technologies. fab will be more focused on those of national security importance, rather than those that make games run good. "TSMC could have picked any place in the world to build this advanced manufacturing factory".
Most notably, Giphy provides built-in search and sticker functions for Facebook's Instagram, and it will continue to operate in that capacity. It's hard to see the service continue forever without any negative side effects for Facebook's direct competitors who also rely on GIPHY for GIFs.
However, do note that globally, users can create new Rooms via the Messenger app for the time being, while users in the United States can create a room from Facebook. As WABetaInfo notes, the Messenger Rooms integration is appearing only for a handful of users running the latest WhatsApp beta, and that too in a limited number of countries.
And it mimics China's health QR code system with a feature that rates a person's likely health status with a green, orange or red colours, signifying whether the individual is safe, at high risk or a carrier of the virus. It is the most downloaded app on the Apple App Store and Google Play Store. So far almost 100 million Indian smartphone users have downloaded the app since its launch in early April.
As scientists around the world race to develop a coronavirus vaccine , US authorities are warning American organizations about hackers linked to the Chinese government trying to steal their COVID-19 research . Last month, a report from Reuters claimed that hackers suspected to have ties with Iranian government tried to break into personal email accounts of the World Health Organisation (WHO) employees in hopes of gathering information about the Covid-19 outbreak.
Since local governments began enforcing shutdowns of non-essential businesses, an average of 4.5 million Americans have filed claims per week. And $101.8 million in federal PUA benefits have been paid out since April 20 to gig workers and self-employed workers, though that money comes from the federal government and not the state's unemployment insurance trust fund.