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Tuesday June 02, 2020

Zoom sees sales boom amid pandemic
The pandemic has opened up new opportunities for the video conference company.

Facebook's Zuckerberg accused of setting dangerous precedent over Trump
Civil rights chiefs say they are "disappointed and stunned by Mark's incomprehensible explanations".

Android: Why this photo is bricking some phones
An atmospheric landscape photograph set as wallpaper seems to confuse the handsets.

Indian app hunts out Chinese software on phones
Remove China Apps was developed by an Indian firm, amid rising tension between the two nations.

George Floyd protests: Twitter bans over #DCBlackout hoax
A "blackout" that never happened and a fake "left-wing" account are among those banned.

PlayStation 5 and Call of Duty events delayed due to US protests
Civil unrest in the US has also caused Google to delay showing off the next version of Android.

Extinction crisis 'poses existential threat to civilisation'
A study presents more evidence that the world is in the midst of a sixth mass extinction.

Climate change: older trees loss continue around the world
Every six seconds in 2019 the world lost an area of primary forest the size of a football pitch, a study says.

Asia's fishermen and farmers go digital during virus
Farming communities in South East Asia are embracing online selling for the first time during lockdown.

Coronavirus: What's it like to be laid off over Zoom?
Being made redundant is rarely pleasant, but is it worse finding out via a video call?

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