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The lockdown created a boom for online retailers, with customers stuck at home demanding everything from restaurant and food delivery to fresh flowers and pre-mixed cocktails.
Three months after the World Health Organisation recommended singing “Happy Birthday” twice during hand washing to fight the coronavirus, Japan's Fujitsu Ltd has developed an artificial intelligence monitor it says will ensure healthcare, hotel and food industry workers scrub properly.
Now that many people are working from home, there's an interest in making sure employees have the proper set-up for their home office. The most basic devices necessary: A monitor and a laptop or PC.
Singapore is about a week away from rolling out its portable contact-tracing device to help curb the spread of Covid-19. It will be small and may eventually come in different colours.
Surveillance is the watchword at the seaside this summer, with Spanish beaches using drones, cameras and coloured tape to ensure safety for tourists holidaying in the shadow of the virus.
Sony Corp's image sensor business aims to replicate PlayStation's success to address its reliance on a handful of manufacturers in the fickle smartphone market: It plans to sell software by subscription for data-analysing sensors in situ.
Video game industry’s #MeToo reckoning: Ubisoft places two executives on leave following misconduct allegations
Ubisoft Entertainment SA placed two executives and several other employees on administrative leave as part of a corporate investigation into misconduct allegations made public over the last week.
It seemed like tech was turning a corner.
New US research has found that messages and emails about work after you’ve clocked off for the day can increase levels of negative thinking and stress.
The Covid-19 pandemic is creating a deeper appreciation for things such as one’s health, getting together with friends, the great outdoors – and printers. Yes, home printers, those clunky deskside contraptions of a bygone era, are suddenly making a comeback, and it may outlast this crisis.