If the tests succeed, travelers from each of the six countries will be able to use their own apps while abroad in the other five to ensure they’re notified if they have been in close contact to another user who tests positive.
Continue reading your story on the app
Continue reading your story in the magazine
APPLE MUSIC LAUNCHES MORE THAN 100 CITY-FOCUSED MUSIC CHARTS
Apple Music is coming to a city near you — the streaming service has launched daily music charts focused on particular cities around the world, including New York City, Tokyo and Lagos.
APPLE'S iPHONE PRIVACY CLAMPDOWN ARRIVES AFTER 7-MONTH DELAY
Apple is following through on its pledge to crack down on Facebook and other snoopy apps that secretly shadow people on their iPhones in order to target more advertising at users.
APPLE PROFIT SOARS IN LATEST QUARTER ON HIGHER iPHONE SALES
Demand for the iPhone and other Apple products drove profits to more than double in the January-March period as the tech giant continued to capitalize on smartphone addiction.
DUTCH GOVERNMENT PAUSES CORONAVIRUS APP OVER DATA LEAK FEARS
The Dutch government has temporarily disabled its coronavirus warning app amid data privacy concerns for people who have the app installed on phones using the Android operating system.
iPAD PRO 2021: SUPERCHARGED WITH XDR DISPLAY, M1 CHIP, & THUNDERBOLT
The iPad Pro has become something of a workhorse in recent years, offering professionals an alternative to a laptop with cutting-edge capabilities and software.
CHINA'S HUAWEI SAYS SALES DOWN 16.5% AMID US SANCTIONS
Embattled Chinese tech giant Huawei said first-quarter revenue fell after it sold its lower-priced Honor smartphone brand, but profitability improved.
UBER TO RECRUIT 20,000 UK DRIVERS ON POST-LOCKDOWN DEMAND
Uber plans to recruit 20,000 more drivers in the United Kingdom to help fill swelling demand for rides as the country’s coronavirus lockdown restrictions ease.
DAIMLER TRUCK, VOLVO TO MAKE FUEL CELLS IN EUROPE FROM 2025
Germany’s Daimler Truck AG and Sweden’s Volvo Group say they plan to jointly manufacture hydrogen fuel cells for trucks in Europe starting in 2025 and called on European Union policymakers to boost incentives for climate-neutral technologies.
GM: SOFTWARE, NEW BATTERY PARTS WILL SOLVE BOLT FIRE ISSUES
Engineers at General Motors have figured out how to fix a battery problem with the Chevrolet Bolt electric hatchback that caused five of them to catch fire.
FACEBOOK REPORTS SOARING QUARTERLY AD REVENUE, STOCK JUMPS
Facebook’s stock jumped Wednesday into record territory after the social media giant reported stronger-than-expected results for the first quarter thanks to soaring ad revenue.
Musk's German Charm Offensive
The Tesla boss has won over many Germans, but labor senses a growing threat
The Italian Renaissance
BATTLING OVER THE KIDS!
IT'S SHOWDOWN TIME!
HEIDI GETS SEAL OF APPROVAL IN CUSTODY WAR
SINGER Seal and his supermodel ex Heidi Klum have worked out an eleventh-hour deal that will allow her to take their four children to her native Germany after a legal tussle, an insider claimed.
Modest Proposals: Matthew Yglesias
America Times Three A population of a billion would (maybe?) solve all the country’s problems.
GUN CONTROL PUTS YOUR LIFE AT RISK
In the 20th century, far more people were murdered by genocidal governments than by armed criminals.
MANN+HUMMEL COLLABORATES WITH FORD ON RESPIRATORS
MANN+HUMMEL and its subsidiary Tri-Dim Filter Corporation support Ford in medical equipment production with HEPA filter supply.
An Exclusive Interview With ART CONSULTANT & REPRESENTATIVE
Germany's Fintech Dreams, Interrupted
Wirecard was supposed to breathe new life into the country’s tech sector. Then $2 billion in cash went missing
PLEASE RISE for the KING of GERMANY
PETER FITZEK WAS A LEADING LIGHT IN THE REICHSBÜRGER MOVEMENT, WHICH DENIES GERMANY’S VERY EXISTENCE. HE FOUNDED A KINGDOM AND OPENED A BANK—THEN THE GERMAN GOVERNMENT STARTED ASKING WHERE THE MONEY WENT