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There has been concern for months in Silicon Valley that the eventual Democratic US presidential candidate would be someone who wanted to break up large technology companies. Bernie Sanders’s decision Wednesday to end his campaign effectively ends that scenario, leaving a presumptive nominee – former vice president Joe Biden – who is comparatively content with the way Silicon Valley does business.
Staring into a smartphone camera in an empty classroom in rebel-held northwest Syria, geography teacher Danielle Dbeis addresses students confined at home away from the novel coronavirus.
North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany, on April 9 halted emergency payments meant to help freelancers and small businesses through the coronavirus crisis after discovering fraudsters were using spoof websites to trick applicants.
Apple Inc and Alphabet Inc's Google said on April 10 that they will work together to create contact tracing technology that aims to slow the spread of the coronavirus by allowing users to opt into logging other phones they have been near.
Robots and new technologies become mainstays in Hong Kong malls, offices as landlords adapt to pandemic
Social distancing rules and work-from-home regime have renewed pressure on businesses amid infection fears. Swire Properties, Hysan, JLL and Sunlight Reit among managers who have deployed technologies to reduce human contact.
For a follow-up visit after her recent cancer surgery, Gail Rae-Garwood opted for a video consultation with her specialist, avoiding a long journey — and potential exposure to Covid-19 in medical offices.
The government and companies aiding in the fight against Covid-19 are turning to tech to provide novel solutions.
The Covid-19 pandemic has exposed ageing, inflexible computer systems at the heart of the US economy.
Egypt's Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities has launched a series of virtual and guided video tours of museums and archaeological sites around the country.
Zoom Video Communications Inc will let paying customers decide which countries their virtual meetings get routed through, a move to assuage clients worried they may be vulnerable to possible Chinese snooping.