Technology and Electronics

The order will prohibit any U.S. transactions with the Chinese-owned parent companies of the apps, citing national security concerns.
The company has discussed with President Donald Trump his concerns about security and censorship surrounding such an acquisition.
The app's China-based corporate ownership creates a security risk, administration officials say.
An email to employees Friday morning warned the app presented a "security risk."
The company said it would oppose the use of technology "for mass surveillance, racial profiling" or the "violations of basic human rights and freedoms."
You're living through a global pandemic. Don't beat yourself up about extra screen time.
If you're over your old iPhone, you can now officially preorder Apple's newest version ― the much cheaper iPhone SE.
Forget about craning your neck — these computer monitors are perfect for your home office.
Silicon Valley pioneer Larry Tesler created now-ubiquitous computer concepts such as “cut,” “copy” and “paste."