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Amazon announced plans Wednesday to launch a health care service to employers across the United States that would include quick access to telemedicine and home visits from medical professionals.
A zoo in the Czech Republic is trying out a new way for its bored chimpanzees to monkey around during the coronavirus lockdown: face time with other primates.
A year later, the unplanned experiment with distance learning continues for thousands of students who have yet to set foot back in classrooms.
US colleges and universities rushing to invest in the booming arena of varsity eSports are overwhelmingly committing opportunities and scholarships to male players, according to data collected by The Associated Press.
When the coronavirus pandemic shut down schools, educators had to figure out how to get kids online. Fast.
From cameras criss-crossing the city to payment systems popping up at metro gates and supermarket checkouts, facial recognition is rapidly taking root in Moscow.
LISBON (Reuters) - The organisers of Europe's biggest technology conference, Web Summit, said on Wednesday they would start licensing out their conference software, with the United Nations as their first customer.
Mail delivery phishing scammers cheat Hongkongers out of HK$2.2mil as demand for delivery during Covid-19 pandemic surges
Criminals sent victims fake messages or emails purportedly from Hongkong Post asking for credit card details to cover a mailing fee, police say. The information was then used to make online purchases, with one man cheated out of HK$75,000.
Digital tools launched in a Japanese smart city that can send disaster alerts to safeguard residents are part of an optional technology push aiming to overcome social and economic challenges, while also allaying privacy fears.
From videos of deadly air strikes to jihadist takeovers, Al-Mutez Billah’s YouTube page served as a digital archive of the Syrian war until automated takedown software in 2017 erased it permanently.