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It’s still only mid-April, but Facebook chief executive Mark Zuckerberg says that his company’s employees can expect to keep working form home until at least the end of May as part of continuing efforts to contain the spread of coronavirus.
You might think Zoom is the best choice for easy, spontaneous video group chats because it lets anyone join a chat session without an account.
Norway, one of the first European countries to begin lifting confinement measures, is launching a smartphone tracking and tracing app to try to halt a return of the deadly coronavirus.
Over time Americans will become better at managing life under lockdown, in its varying degrees of severity. But almost all the ways it is made easier will require information technology for their enforcement and manageability.
Google will allow business and education users on Gmail.com to directly take calls on its video conferencing tool Meet starting April 16, a new feature being offered as the Alphabet Inc unit seeks to capitalize on security and other concerns with rival services.
Twelve-year-old Giulio Giovanni's studying place has a view many people would envy — the unspoiled countryside of rolling hills, vineyards and olive groves under a Tuscan sun.
The lockdown gripping much of the world economy has spurred a real-time stress test of the long-heralded digital future.
When France shut its schools in March, 12-year-old Noussaiba Meziane recognised right away that this wasn’t going to be a holiday, and that continuing with her education wasn’t going to be easy.
Israeli police are deploying drones as part of efforts to stem the coronavirus outbreak, allowing officers to keep a safe distance from infected people.
The biggest advantage of a vending machine has always been convenience. The vast majority of the four million that dot cafeterias and corridors across the U.S. provide the shortest path possible to sugary-or salty-gratification.