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When Singapore launched the first smartphone app of its kind last month to identify and alert people who had interacted with carriers of the novel coronavirus, the city-state of roughly 5.7 million people had 385 cases of infections.
When Tay Brown was a student at Classical Magnet School in Hartford, she needed a laptop computer to help with her studies. Problem was, she couldn’t afford one.
With the exception of outdoor exercise and quick, furtive dashes to the corner grocery store, swathes of Northern California have now been sheltering in place for more than a month.
Some of the world’s largest companies have advised against the use of Zoom Video Communications Inc’s conferencing app, fueling a growing backlash against a service that shot to prominence during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Housebound Americans looking to avoid supermarket anxiety have been bombarding FreshDirect, Kroger, Amazon and others for more than a month now. Incessant clicking in the hope of scoring a slot – followed by sudden cancellations or half-filled orders – are the new normal.
Covid-19 may have knocked US stocks into a bear market and pummelled the US economy, but the disease has also left some companies asking the question: "What recession?”
A fleet of robots on wheels that deliver shopping in the English town of Milton Keynes have seen their popularity surge as residents are stuck indoors due to the coronavirus lockdown.
Myanmar lawyer Thiri had been excited about her wedding and new job this year – before the coronavirus threw both into doubt. With the stars very much unaligned, she turned to an astrology app for help.
Amazon Inc’s safety measures and labour practices during the cornavirus pandemic are being investigated by New York’s top law enforcement officer after the company fired the leader of a Staten Island warehouse walkout.
US online retail giant Amazon said on April 27 that it will keep its French warehouses closed until May 5