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Facebook will downgrade video streaming quality on its platform and on Instagram in Europe, the latest US tech giant to respond to an EU call to stave off Internet gridlock as thousands work from home due to the coronavirus outbreak.
Parents may be joking on social media about their childcare hell as more and more countries go into lockdown with the coronavirus. But child protection professionals are not laughing.
Poland on March 20 launched a smartphone app allowing people under a mandatory 14-day quarantine for coronavirus to send selfies to let authorities know they are indeed staying home.
They walked out of class to fight climate change. Now, as coronavirus shuts schools around the world, they're starting their own.
Amazon.com Inc’s Prime Video will follow Netflix Inc and YouTube’s lead in reducing the speed of its streams across Europe to ensure networks can handle increased usage amid the coronavirus outbreak.
Microsoft Corp unveiled new features for its Teams corporate-chat software, arriving amid a surge of interest in digital workplace communications tools spurred by the Covid-19 outbreak.
Against a dark blue background, white text interspersed with illustrations of a washing machine, a gas pump and a cigarette explains where people can shop during Italy's unprecedented coronavirus lockdown.
When Namibian activist Venicia Shanjenka first saw the tweet naming and shaming a rapist in the tiny southern African country of 2.5 million, she thought it was a brave but isolated act.
Before shutdowns swept the globe and many were urged – or mandated – to stay indoors to stymie coronavirus's spread, Divya Sonti sensed the worst was yet to come.
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.