"You may have some difficulty launching games, applications or online features. Our engineers are working to resolve the issue as soon as possible," the Sony company said in a status update.
"Unless government prohibits the event during this time, we allow it to be organized on Facebook," a spokesperson for the social network said, as anti-lockdown protests continue across the country.
For the first time, the component has been proven to carry signals between neurons using very low power—which has been a major challenge in previous studies, the research team said.
The defendants allegedly sold the respirators for $17 each, which the manufacturer said is more than five times the retail price, and claimed the masks had been sourced from 3M certified suppliers.
The headline-grabbing electric pickup, first revealed to the public last November, is not expected to enter production until at least 2021.
"Politicians are on a power trip, controlling our lives, destroying our businesses, passing laws behind the cover of darkness," reads a bio on one of the popular Facebook groups calling for protests.
Eagle County Sheriff's Office investigators alleged that the 51-year-old suspect "got between a customer and an employee and purposely coughed on the products that the other customer was purchasing."
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said today that such analysis could prove critical for governments and healthcare experts in the U.S. to allocate their resources and conduct economic planning.
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"We recognize the importance of answering the scientific question of whether hydroxychloroquine will be beneficial for patients with COVID-19 disease," said John Tsai, Novartis chief medical officer.
"Due to the quick thinking of the police officers by closing the bedroom door, firefighters were able to contain the fire to the bedroom and extinguish the flames," said Snohomish County Fire District 7.
The newest branch of the American military is reportedly developing a suite of ground weapons that can jam satellite signals during orbital conflict.
"We're proactively taking action on Pages, Groups and posts to remove content that promotes this behavior," a Facebook spokesperson said in a statement.
"I literally have the receipts!! This is so dumb," the Tesla boss wrote on Twitter after rejecting California officials' claim that no ventilators were received.
Joshua Price, in his 20s, was detained by officers from the Putnam County Sheriff's Office, who said they wore protective gear to make the arrest. He did not show symptoms of the infections disease.
Researchers at the social networking website said bots are trained to behave like bad actors and set loose on hundreds of millions of lines of code to analyse the results and highlight security gaps.
"It is a gateway for bad actors to find their way into your world. The virus is not the only invisible enemy. Be vigilant against all threats!" a Maine police department warned this week.
According to Apple, the new iPhone SE will be available in three colors: black, white and red. Starting at $399, it comes in three storage sizes, with models offered at 64GB, 128GB and 256GB.
North Carolina attorney Black Long said the man responsible has now paid state and federal fines for violating the Endangered Species Act during the incident, which surfaced on video app TikTok.
David Uible, 59, of Ohio Township, was charged on April 14 with one count of falsification, a first degree misdemeanor, and obstructing official business, a second degree misdemeanor, police said.
Investigators from the Atlanta Police Department said in a notice that it is believed the female suspect was "likely" participating in a "coronavirus social media challenge."
"It's extremely exciting to see if it can turn up any algorithms that we haven't even thought of yet, the impact of which to our daily lives may be enormous," one computer expert told Newsweek.
Powerful computers capable of ingesting and analyzing vast amounts of raw data are helping to map, track and analyze COVID-19 as the novel coronavirus continues to spread globally.
"We would like to inform you that we will be reducing our monthly rent obligations effective immediately," Tesla executives reportedly wrote in a letter to some of its landlords.
The boy, who is not being named due to his age, is facing multiple criminal charges after being accused of repeatedly hijacking virtual classroom sessions and using "obscene language and gestures."
Jennifer Gloria Walker, a resident of South Lake Tahoe, was detained after allegedly filling her cart with items that she had no means of paying for, police said.
Christopher Charles Perez, of San Antonio, was detained by the FBI this week and charged with one count of false information and hoaxes related to weapons of mass destruction.
Senators have reportedly been advised to use alternative video conferencing platforms or apps for remote working during the lockdown.
The move, which comes as the shopping giant is scrambling to ensure its U.S. warehouses can remain operational, does not appear to be moving forward as the firms were already at capacity.
Grupo Modelo, of brewing group Anheuser-Busch InBev, said in a statement posted to Twitter it will halt beer making from April 5 and is currently in the process of reducing production in its plants.