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To keep the spread of Covid-19 in check, countries around the world announced lockdowns and measures to limit the movement of people.
When the world locked itself down in March, people snapped up pet food like never before. Then another trend emerged that could be more long-lasting: e-commerce sales went up 100%.
Consumers around Asia have been locked down, had their travel restricted and been forced to spend more time with their families. Their digital consumption has risen. But the changing patterns of online usage have lifted far more categories than entertainment.
Business is on pause. Everyone is stuck in the house. Do you still need to network? Absolutely, says business experts.
SAS Institute has recorded a profit every year since it was founded in 1976. The coronavirus will probably end that streak, but the software company’s billionaire owner said he isn’t too concerned.
Indian authorities plan to make a contact-tracing mobile app mandatory for everything from taking public transit to going to work, raising concerns among digital rights experts about privacy and increased surveillance.
Life in lockdown means getting up late, staying up till midnight and slacking off in the afternoons.
YouTube's lo-fi music livestreaming channels are seeing a spike in users who are looking for ambient music while working and studying at home, as well as a community to engage with.
A smart toilet could offer a mini health check every time you take a seat, scientists said on Tuesday, but privacy campaigners and potential users said the idea sat uncomfortably with them.
Buying and paying for meals and supplies online was already second nature for many Chinese before the Covid-19 lockdown. The supply and delivery networks that were already in place were able to work with the authorities in cities like Wuhan.