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Nothing kills work-from-home motivation like slow Internet. It’s an issue some are facing for the first time as the Covid-19 pandemic sent them out of the office and into remote workspaces at home.
Governments in Asia continue to use tech in different ways to curb the spread of Covid-19.
As the Covid-19 pandemic rages across the United States, many schools are making permanent plans to conduct classes virtually this fall.
Jia Wertz may be a documentary filmmaker in New York City, but these days she feels like a full-time resident of Zoom world.
PCs, somewhat left behind in the mobile Internet age, are making a comeback as people stuck at home due to the coronavirus rely on them for work, education and entertainment, industry watchers say.
Organisations are responding to the plight of users in rural areas suffering from slow Internet connections after their online posts go viral.
Apart from her laptop and notes for e-learning, student Rose Nawie Anjap also has to bring along a parang to hack away the shrubs and bushes to create a comfortable spot to study in the jungle.
For those jailed before smartphones arrived, tablets offer a glimpse of hi-tech life outside.
Predators are taking advantage of the Covid-19 pandemic to exploit children who are mostly stuck to their screens, as the conditional movement control order continues.
China should include computer programming in its basic education curriculum to support its ambitions of becoming a tech powerhouse, Ding Lei proposes. The tech CEO is making the proposal for the Two Sessions, an annual meeting of China’s two main political bodies.