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NEW DELHI (Reuters) - When the mighty Indian cricket board decided this week that only the chief among its national selectors would travel business class, it merely confirmed straitened times for the game amid the coronavirus outbreak.
Apple Inc is limiting customer purchases of iPhones over its online stores in many countries including the United States and China to a maximum of two handsets per person, checks on its website on Friday revealed.
A breeding ground for bacteria at the best of times, smartphones, tablets and laptops need to be cleaned more than ever to help limit the spread of the coronavirus. Here are a few simple and quick tips on how to do it.
With self-isolation taking place in many places around the world, these circumstances have highlighted more than ever the need for a reliable and if possible fast Internet connection, whether for work or leisure.
THE movement control order issued by the Malaysian government that went into effect Mar 18 is a necessary measure to curb the rising number of Covid-19 cases in the country.
Mobile carriers are sharing data with the health authorities in Italy, Germany and Austria, helping to fight coronavirus by monitoring whether people are complying with curbs on movement while at the same time respecting Europe's privacy laws.
This week, Medicare announced the expansion of its telehealth services; now, those who are unable to make it to a doctor's office – or feel uncomfortable traveling amidst the COVID-19 outbreak – can conduct an appointment completely online.
Covid-19: Chinese tech firms offer access to information seen crucial in fight against global spread of coronavirus
Clinical experience from frontline medical workers will be shared with global medical institutions in the form of a digital handbook. Tech giants are also providing free online consultations for Chinese living overseas.
Parents no longer have to worry only about whether their children are seeking out violent or harmful content on the Internet. Increasingly, the inappropriate content is finding the children, through features like auto-play videos and push alerts that coax users to spend more time glued to the screen.
Google is reportedly experimenting with a floating action button that will allow for faster and easier access to the "Live View" function in its Maps application.