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AP Top Extended Technology Headlines at 6:19 p.m. EDT

March 25, 2020 GMT

A U.S. district judge has rejected an effort to derail New Mexico’s lawsuit against Twitter, Google and other companies that develop and market mobile gaming apps for children

Integrating work life into the home has rarely been easy, but the coronavirus pandemic has brought those worlds into sudden and sharp collision

With the huge migration to the home of so much of the workforce — and their children — to combat coronavirus spread, the so-called last mile of the internet is coming under considerable stress

As the coronavirus crisis expands, young climate organizers in the United States who’d planned massive marches for Earth Day next month are planning a three-day livestream event instead

The Czech Republic has become the first European government to embrace a potentially intrusive human-tracking tool to pinpoint carriers of the new coronavirus and determine who they might be infecting

Schools around the U.S. are taking an unplanned, unprecedented test of online education during coronavirus shutdowns, and the nation’s largest school system has plunged in

With the huge migration to the home of so much of the workforce — and their children — to combat coronavirus spread, the so-called last mile of the internet is coming under considerable stress

The widespread halt to entertainment events doesn’t mean that there’s nothing new to watch, listen to or read

Video games have become a go-to hobby for millions self-isolating around the world, and athletes from preps to pros have eagerly grabbed the controls

The Japanese technology and telecoms company SoftBank plans to buy back up to 4.5 trillion yen ($41 billion) of its assets as it seeks to trim its gigantic debt burden