flu-virus Headlines

  • iPhone chips could be delayed by computer virus

    Taiwan-based chip manufacturer TSMC warned that the infection will delay shipments of its products.

    money.cnn.com
  • iPhone chipmaker hit by major virus

    Attack on TSMC comes as anticipation rises for new iPhone models

    www.techradar.com
  • Apple Chipmaker Crippled By Computer Virus

    Having conquered the 'four commas' club for the first time, a chink in Apple's armor appeared late Friday night when a computer virus crippled iPhone's sole chipmaker's factories - halting all production. As BloombergQuint reports, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing (TSMC) plants were severely disrupted after a number of its fabrication tools had been infected by the virus, and while it had contained the problem and resumed some production, several of its factories won’t restart till at least...

    Zero Hedge
  • Computer virus cripples iPhone chipmaker

    A computer virus halted several Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. factories.

    @mybroadband
  • When viruses infect phytoplankton, it can change the clouds

    Microscopic plant-like organisms called phytoplankton are known to support the diversity of life in the ocean. Scientists in Israel now report that one species, Emiliania huxleyi, and a virus closely associated with it, might be responsible for changes in cloud properties as well. When infected, E. huxleyi releases its chalky shell into the air, where it acts as an aerosol reflecting sunlight and even affecting cloud creation and movement. The research appears August 15 in the journal iScience.

    phys.org
  • Zika, West Nile virus detected in Alabama

    Alabama health officials are investigating multiple reports of Zika and the West Nile virus in the area, the state’s health agency said in a Monday afternoon news release. Shelby County health officials confirmed at least one Zika case in Pelham, the Pelham Patch reported Monday. Officials, however, stressed that Zika hasn’t been transmitted locally. “To...

    New York Post
  • Two people are recovering from swine flu in Michigan

    They caught it from a pig likely at a fair in July.

    Newsweek
  • Ronaldo discharged from Ibiza hospital after heavy flu

    IBIZA, Aug 14 (Reuters) - Former Brazil and Real Madrid striker Ronaldo Nazario was discharged from an Ibiza hospital on Tuesday after suffering "heavy flu"...

    Mail Online
  • Scientists discover stomach viruses are more powerful in clusters

    A project led by Dr. Nihal Altan-Bonnet of the National Institutes of Health has found that certain viruses known for causing stomach illnesses are more powerful when clustered together.

    Mail Online
  • David Limbaugh: Trump Hatred, a Consuming Virus

    It's ironic that the loudest of Trump haters routinely breach the very civil standards of decency they claim justify their antipathy. Others are just creepily obsessed. Please support CNSNews today! (a 501c3 non-profit production of the Media Research Center) DONATE

    CNS News
  • Scientists Discover The Secret Weapon Of Stomach Viruses

    New research finds that stomach infections, like norovirus and rotavirus, have a special way to get to us hard — and fast. That knowledge could lead to new, more effective treatments.

    NPR.org
  • TSMC cuts Q3 outlook following virus

    Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co (TSMC), the world’s largest contract chip manufacturer and a key supplier ... The post TSMC cuts Q3 outlook following virus appeared first on Mobile World Live.

    Mobile World Live
  • Using a virus to kill what antibiotics can’t

    Long thought promising, viruses that target bacteria may be edging closer to use.

    arstechnica.com
  • Russia reports severe bird flu outbreak: OIE

    Russia has reported an outbreak of the highly pathogenic H5N2 bird flu virus on a farm in the Kostromskaya region in the west of the country, the World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE) said, citing a report from Russia's Agriculture Ministry.

    IN
  • 20 Life-Saving Facts about West Nile Virus

    The first case of the West Nile virus first reared its ugly head in Queens, New York, in 1999. Since then, the virus, carried through infected birds, spread across the United States like wildfire. ...

    LifeDaily
  • Brazil great Ronaldo leaves hospital after bout with flu

    Brazil soccer great Ronaldo says he has been discharged from a hospital in Ibiza, where he had been treated for flu since Friday.The 41-year-old Ronaldo, a...

    Mail Online
  • Brazil great Ronaldo leaves hospital after bout with flu

    Brazil soccer great Ronaldo says he has been discharged from a hospital in Ibiza, where he had been treated for flu since Friday. The 41-year-old Ronaldo, a three-time FIFA World Player of the Year, said on social media on Tuesday that he is "already home after a few days at ...

    www.washingtontimes.com
  • Brazil great Ronaldo leaves hospital after bout with flu

    Brazil soccer great Ronaldo has said he is back home after three days hospitalized in Ibiza because of flu

    USA TODAY