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The official Tokyo 2020 Olympics and Paralympics Games Twitter account offers no inkling that the novel coronavirus pandemic has threatened the Games – and the account's cheery tone is prompting sarcastic online replies.
A global virus outbreak may not be the best time to launch a new product. Unless, perhaps, you’re Walt Disney Co, and that product is a streaming service offering some of the best-loved brands in entertainment – like Star Wars, the Marvel superheroes and Toy Story – to people stuck at home.
As the coronavirus pandemic forces the closing of more schools and workplaces, the health crisis has exposed the "digital divide" which allows some to stay on task remotely, with others left out.
Italy’s school shutdown is driving a surge in Internet traffic as kids turn to online video games to stave off boredom.
As Covid-19 sweeps the Seattle area, with more than 20 deaths so far in one of the worst outbreaks in the United States, the University of Washington this week shuttered its classrooms in a bid to contain the spread of the disease.
A lack of regulation about the use of facial recognition technology at US schools has alarmed education officials and lawmakers who say more research is needed before rolling it out widely.
US college seniors began making tearful goodbyes, not knowing if they'd return to see friends on campus. Some were heading to homes without Internet, leaving them to wonder if they could keep up with online classes. And some worried about finding a way to afford a flight on only a few days' notice.
The worldwide spread of the novel coronavirus is leading to some curious side effects: Store shelves are being stripped bare from Singapore to Seattle. Supermarkets in the UK have started rationing items.
As the coronavirus crisis rages, a Chinese woman working in Paris takes to a computer to consult a doctor thousands of kilometres away in Shanghai about a worrisome cough and headache.
When Miriam Gonzalez started contributing data to the world's biggest crowdsourced map from her Mexico City home five years ago, she found herself part of a rare and odd group of volunteers.