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Tech firms help Chinese authorities launch real-name registration on public transport for coronavirus tracking
New systems by tech firms Meituan and Dida require commuters to provide personal information before taking public transport in some Chinese cities. The initiative is meant to help authorities track those who might have been in contact with individuals infected with the novel coronavirus.
As reported by Axios, Snapchat is launching a series of new tools and content related to topics like depression, suicide, and anxiety.
The impact on travel and commerce from the viral outbreak in China is playing out ahead of one of the world's biggest technology fairs.
Since its early days, Jeff Bezos has worked with a small team of Amazon’s senior executives to disseminate his ideas, shape company culture, solve emerging problems and set high-level goals – an annual process that concludes in the early part of each year.
The United Nations is to test drones equipped with mapping sensors and atomisers to spray pesticides in parts of east Africa battling an invasion of desert locusts that are ravaging crops and exacerbating a hunger crisis.
Seeing what your friends are eating on social media may influence your eating habits, says new study
New UK research has found we tend to eat more healthy foods, or conversely more unhealthy food, if we see our friends doing the same on social media.
US chip giant Intel and Chinese phonemaker Vivo withdrew from the Mobile World Congress over coronavirus fears on Feb 11, adding to a lengthening list of industry heavyweights pulling out of the world's top mobile fair.
Armed with smartphones and social media accounts, citizen-journalists are telling their stories and those of others from Wuhan and other locked-down virus zones in Hubei province.
Relatives of people infected in Wuhan are resorting to the Internet to try to get hospital care for their family members. From WeChat groups to city hotlines, desperate children seek help for their parents.
Facebook celebrity doctor Parkphum Dejhutsadin said his phone suddenly started pinging on Feb 8 – scores of his two million followers in Thailand were desperate and they needed his help.