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Covid-19: China’s online sales of disinfectant, hair care accessories, massage chairs increase as consumers stay at home
Restaurants, cinemas, hotels, and shops have all been forced to close because of the outbreak, while factories remain shut and some employees work from home. Air purifiers, disposable gloves and fresh vegetables also among the most popular, according to a survey by Chinese e-commerce firm Suning.com.
In the middle of a phone call with a customer, an important visitor knocks on Michael Xiong's door: his three-year-old son.
Alibaba Group's communication app DingTalk has begged China's school students to stop venting anger on the software after they gave it poor grades when made to use it to attend online classes.
Wang Feng, house-bound by China’s virus outbreak, counts on the parka-clad delivery drivers of e-commerce giant JD.com to keep her kitchen stocked.
Robot chefs and free software among masks, gloves and biohazard gear as China Inc donates to contain Covid-19 outbreak
Country Garden Holdings, one of China’s biggest real estate developers, has donated its Foodom robot to a quarantine centre in Wuhan to prepare meals for health officials. The product is among the billions of dollars of products that have poured into Wuhan since the outbreak started.
The coronavirus epidemic is exposing the dichotomy of the world’s second largest tech economy. Chinese businesses like Alibaba and Meituan with outsized footprints in the material world are rushing to contain the fallout while virtual denizens ByteDance Inc and Tencent Holdings Ltd ride a surge in social media and entertainment.
Facebook Inc said on Thursday it would cancel its annual developer conference due to fears over the coronavirus, as growing concerns about the economic impact of the global outbreak drove Wall Street to tumble for a sixth straight day.
Twitter Inc is "strongly encouraging” its almost 5,000 global employees to work from home due to concerns over the spread of the Covid-19 coronavirus, the company said March 2.
Two weeks ago, Sand Hill Road VC firm Andreessen Horowitz received some heckling after posting a "No Handshakes” notice on their front entrance. Coronavirus cases were still rare outside of China, and it was easy to dismiss the precautions as symptomatic of Silicon Valley’s heightened self-importance.
An order to shut schools to prevent the spread of coronavirus in the Middle East’s premier business and travel hub has reignited a debate about an existing ban on free voice calls over the Internet that complicates remote learning and working from home.