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As Covid-19 cases in China sink to new lows, the world’s largest population of university students is heading back to campus in a migration defined by lockdowns, patriotic education and cutting-edge surveillance equipment.
Apple Inc has asked suppliers to build at least 75 million 5G iPhones for later this year, roughly in line with last year’s launch, in a sign that demand for the company’s most important product is holding up in the midst of the global pandemic and recession.
A strange phenomenon has emerged near Amazon.com Inc delivery stations and Whole Foods stores in the Chicago suburbs: smartphones dangling from trees.
Teaching in India moved online at the end of March during the coronavirus lockdown. But children from poorer homes and remote regions are struggling to continue their education as many have limited access to technology.
Covid-19 has scarred us in many ways, but has also created an opening for disruptive technologies and concepts. Could dining in restaurants staffed with robot waiters and chefs be one of them? China may have an answer.
Facebook Inc has banned a member of India's ruling party for violating its policies covering violence and hate.
A photo of two girls so desperate for Internet access to do online schoolwork that they sat outside a California Taco Bell fast food restaurant has spotlighted educational disparity caused by the “digital divide”.
The QR code, which is seeing a resurgence during the Covid-19 pandemic, has come a long way since its inception in 1994.
In a small town near Lake Balkhash, a Kazakh gold miner is relying on artificial intelligence to predict when an ore mill is about to overload.
Some pupils have to share their parents’ mobile phones with their siblings to take online classes, Alliance for Children Development Rights finds. About 18% of the parents say they do not have WiFi at home.