Besides getting Stadia running in 4K, I hope everyone is exercising restraint and good judgment as the effects of coronavirus continue to grow. Unsurprisingly, from our perspective, the effects have gone far beyond canceled trade shows and delayed briefings.
Over the weekend, Airbnb expanded its cancellation policy, Apple Card offers delayed March payments, anti-terrorist tech has been tapped to help halt the spread of the virus and Google's sister company, Verily, has now launched its site to gauge possibly infected adults and offer free testing. That last one came after President Trump blindsided Google when he announced the company was launching a screening site. The scale is a little different: This isn't the full might of Google, but a healthcare-tech company owned by Alphabet. You can check the site here and register if you're California based.