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Canada will invest C$240mil (RM734.32mil) to develop virtual care and mental health tools for residents to better cope with the consequences of the novel coronavirus pandemic, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Sunday.
India has mandated that all public and private sector employees use a government-backed Bluetooth tracing app and maintain social distancing in offices as New Delhi begins easing some of its lockdown measures in lower-risk areas.
Apple Inc and Alphabet Inc’s Google earlier this month unveiled an ambitious plan to jury-rig billions of smartphones into coronavirus-tracking beacons. Now, just weeks after the announcement, the programme is already facing serious challenges.
Spotify Technology SA’s results might be a case study in how humans react to periods of great stress.
The severity of Apple Inc’s challenges amid the Covid-19 pandemic is starting to become clear. And it’s not looking great.
UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres warned on April 27 that extremist groups are taking advantage of Covid-19 lockdowns to intensify social media efforts to spread hatred and recruit young people who are spending more time online.
Nearly two million Australians rushed to download a new smartphone app designed to make coronavirus contact tracing easier, the government said Monday, overlooking privacy concerns in the hope of speeding up the end of social-distancing lockdowns.
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Bad dreams, more stress and nowhere to hide: ‘Zoom fatigue’ is making life miserable for Hongkongers working from home
Hundreds of millions of people around the world are using a host of videoconferencing tools to stay connected. Having to continually wear the social mask before your own screen can cause anxiety, clinical psychologist says.
In late March, as large swathes of Europe locked down, Belgian authorities wanted to know if movement restrictions were being obeyed enough to slow the spread of the coronavirus. They turned to the country’s mobile operators.