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Individuals and criminal organisations have taken immediate advantage of the Covid-19 pandemic to find new ways of making money, the European Union’s law enforcement agency said April 30, citing a spike in counterfeiting and cybercrime.
It's no secret that apps can turn your phone into a valuable tool for health and fitness. But with hundreds of thousands available, finding a good one can seem daunting.
Tamara, one of Dubai’s many foreign residents, hasn’t been to a petrol station in years – a click on a smartphone app is all it takes to bring a mini tanker to her doorstep.
During the coronavirus crisis, the Internet is a source of essential information and connects people working from home to their offices.
Potentially dangerous coronavirus misinformation has spread from continent to continent like the pandemic itself, forcing the world’s largest tech companies to take unprecedented action to protect public health.
With complex standards set out by a number of Islamic bodies, it's not easy for observant Muslims to decide whether or not an investment is halal (religiously permissible). Yet new technology is helping.
Until recently, telemedicine seemed like one of those technological promises that was always in the future.
It’s an all too common sight these days: long lines, empty shelves, and days of waiting for toilet paper to come back in stock. But as fears around the coronavirus drive essentials off the shelves, two University of Texas students have an idea to help.
As your smartphone is likely your constant companion during the Covid-19 movement control order, it’s important to keep yourself, and it, in good working order by avoiding some bad habits.
Amazon has provided its contract delivery drivers in the United States with its most detailed guidance yet for collecting and distributing packages while maintaining good hygiene and social distance to slow the spread of coronavirus.