1. This Week in Apps: Facebook takes on Shopify, Tinder considers its future, contact-tracing tech goes live  TechCrunch
  2. Singapore contract trace app is opt-in 'as long as possible'  The Star Online
  3. The Success of Contact Tracing Doesn't Just Depend on Privacy  WIRED
  4. This Afghan cyclist rides to remote village to spread awareness about COVID-19 pandemic  TNIE Videos
  5. How to Balance Using Contact Tracing for COVID-19 and Privacy  SciTechDaily
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We continue to look at how the pandemic is impacting the world of mobile apps. Notably, we saw the launch of the Apple/Google exposure notification API with the latest version of iOS.We continue to look at how the pandemic is impacting the world of mobile apps. Notably, we saw the launch of the Apple/Google exposure notification API with the latest version of iOS.

This Week in Apps: Facebook takes on Shopify, Tinder considers its future, contact-tracing tech goes live – TechCrunch

This Week in Apps: Facebook takes on Shopify, Tinder considers its future, contact-tracing tech goes live – TechCrunch

Singapore’s contact-tracing phone app, Trace Together, will remain voluntary for “as long as possible”, Foreign Minister Vivian Balakrishnan said in an interview with Sky News Australia.Singapore’s contact-tracing phone app, Trace Together, will remain voluntary for “as long as possible”, Foreign Minister Vivian Balakrishnan said in an interview with Sky News Australia.

Singapore contract trace app is opt-in ‘as long as possible’ | The Star

University of Chicago computer scientist Blase Ur examines smartphone tracking during the COVID-19 pandemic. Scientific experts agree that widespread testing, contract tracing and isolation of infected individuals will be critical for reopening society until a vaccine for coronavirus becomes avai

How to Balance Using Contact Tracing for COVID-19 and Privacy

How to Balance Using Contact Tracing for COVID-19 and Privacy – SciTechDaily

The technology needs widespread adoption to help slow the pandemic. And while the debate has centered on privacy, accuracy concerns could also send users fleeing.The technology needs widespread adoption to help slow the pandemic. And while the debate has centered on privacy, accuracy concerns could also send users fleeing.

The Success of Contact Tracing Doesn't Just Depend on Privacy | WIRED

As the Coronavirus pandemic is forcing billions of people to stay home, here are the six apps which are going to ease the lifestyle during the lockdown.As the Coronavirus pandemic is forcing billions of people to stay home, here are the six apps which are going to ease the lifestyle during the lockdown.

Here are 6 types of apps that have seen a surge during Coronavirus Lockdown | Technology News – India TV

“If I was a healthcare worker in France, given the government has let the virus return without testing, tracing and masks, I'd take a holiday for the next 4 weeks #COVID19”

Patrick Galey 🤷🏻‍♂️ on Twitter: "If I was a healthcare worker in France, given the government has let the virus return without testing, tracing and masks, I'd take a holiday for the next 4 weeks #COVID19"

“COVID-19 remains a serious public health threat, but we’re working with the provinces and territories to keep you safe. Watch live for an update on testing, contact tracing, and more: https://t.co/JrPpNAKdnE”

Justin Trudeau on Twitter: "COVID-19 remains a serious public health threat, but we’re working with the provinces and territories to keep you safe. Watch live for an update on testing, contact tracing, and more: https://t.co/JrPpNAKdnE"

“Testing and tracing with @drmwarner. He’s director of critical care at @MGHToronto, working on the frontline to treat patients with COVID-19. We discuss how efforts to test and trace are falling short, and the need for more serious action to save lives. https://t.co/ucaIRqc67x”

Nate Erskine-Smith on Twitter: "Testing and tracing with @drmwarner. He’s director of critical care at @MGHToronto, working on the frontline to treat patients with COVID-19. We discuss how efforts to test and trace are falling short, and the need for more serious action to save lives. https://t.co/ucaIRqc67x"

“Covid apps don't do "contact tracing" - they do "exposure notification," a potentially useful (but unproven) adjunct to the labor-intensive, gold-standard "shoe leather" contact tracing. https://t.co/ovm6A3V80n 1/”

Covered Dish People on Twitter: "Covid apps don't do "contact tracing" - they do "exposure notification," a potentially useful (but unproven) adjunct to the labor-intensive, gold-standard "shoe leather" contact tracing. https://t.co/ovm6A3V80n 1/… https://t.co/91DK3E4Jma"

The contact tracing app alerts users and the Ministry of Health in case someone has been in contact with a Covid-19 positive person.The contact tracing app alerts users and the Ministry of Health in case someone has been in contact with a Covid-19 positive person.

Ugandans develop app for Covid-19 contact tracing - Daily Monitor

Speed is of the essence when breaking any chains of transmission, and that's where contact tracing apps come in. The Spinoff’s coverage of Covid-19 is funded by Spinoff Members. To support this work, join Spinoff Members here.  As Aotearoa New Zealand celebrated another day with no newSpeed is of the essence when breaking any chains of transmission, and that's where contact tracing apps come in. The Spinoff’s coverage of Covid-19 is funded by Spinoff Members. To support this work, join Spinoff Members here.  As Aotearoa New Zealand celebrated another day with no new

Siouxsie Wiles & Toby Morris: Contact tracing apps, explained | The Spinoff

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