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Microsoft Corp and the National Basketball Association Inc. unveiled a multiyear pact in which the league will adopt cloud computing and artificial intelligence services to personalize games and experiences for its legions of fans.
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.
Staying socially isolated doesn’t mean you have to cancel your social plans. You just need to adjust them a bit.
When it comes to deleting data on a computer, for most people that means moving it to the trash or perhaps formatting the memory.
When crisis hits, criminals come running. In the case of the coronavirus pandemic, cybercriminals have been busy laying traps in fake apps, phishing emails and websites. Here's what to watch for.
The Skype call had to be rebooted, but after several attempts Danielle Martin, a 71-year-old locked down inside a French retirement home, could finally see her niece Nathalie via the tablet propped up in front of her wheelchair.
Got WiFi problems? Future routers will at least be ready for the next pandemic.
Spring graduation ceremonies in Japan have been cancelled because of the coronavirus pandemic, but students at one school were able to attend remotely by controlling avatar robots while logged on at home.
In Sandwich, New Hampshire, a town of 1,200 best known as a setting for the movie On Golden Pond, broadband is scarce. Forget streaming Netflix, much less working or studying from home. Even the police department has trouble uploading its reports.
The coronavirus, in forcing a swath of humanity to shelter in place for weeks on end, may very well accelerate digital sequestration and seal us more deeply in the glow of our screen-enabled confines.