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DETROIT (Reuters) - Tesla Inc and Wall Street made 2020 the year that the U.S. auto industry decided to go electric.
A painting of a woman using an iPad, a vase depicting children dreaming of computers – both historical objects with a contemporary twist highlighting the world’s growing digital divide during the coronavirus pandemic.
London-based Uber driver Abdurzak Hadi is self-employed but says he is not his own boss as his workflow is determined by an obscure computer algorithm.
Virtual motorsports have experienced a real boom during the coronavirus pandemic, as real-world races have been cancelled and racing action has moved to the e-sports arena.
LONDON (Reuters) - Friends and families kept apart by COVID this Christmas and New Year will not find their virtual gatherings over Zoom cut short by the usual 40-minute limit for free subscribers.
eSports has been named as a full medal event for the 2022 Asian Games, in a major step towards the mainstream for a sport that has long harboured Olympic ambitions.
The coronavirus pandemic may be raging in the Houston area, but tens of thousands of students in one district are headed back to the classroom in January because of poor results while learning from home.
Tech entrepreneur Luo Yonghao promises to pay customers back after wool jumpers sold through one of his live streams were found to be fake. Luo says his company checked suppliers’ qualifications before the sale, but suspects them of forging documents and deliberately committing fraud.
It wasn’t the weather that delayed school in the US this week, at least not the first time.
The ransacking of an iPhone manufacturer in southern India could be the first of many “flashpoints” involving local workers in the supply chains of major brands, researchers said on Dec 15, pointing to a lack of rights and recourse under new labour laws.