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Christine Riel stared at the shopping list on her cellphone the same way Lewis and Clark might have once studied their maps, searching for a clear path forward while hoping to avoid any unnecessary backtracking.
New Zealand will launch a contact-tracing app on Wednesday to help people track their movements as the country eases one of the world's most rigid lockdowns designed to slow the spread of Covid-19.
María Figueroa struggles to educate her children remotely amid a coronavirus lockdown, in technology-challenged Venezuela.
Through crackling Internet lines and jumpy connections, a group of Syrian students recently reunited after nearly two years, recreating their English language classes and their small community online from pockets of opposition-held areas.
To keep the spread of Covid-19 in check, countries around the world announced lockdowns and measures to limit the movement of people.
This development expands the number of connected users in the world’s biggest Internet market. About 93.9% of young Chinese Internet users preferred using a smartphone to go online.
Maria Avadanei is exhilarated: after receiving a tablet as a donation, she can finally take her online lessons.
Zoom Video Communications Inc said May 14 it plans to hire 500 software engineers for research and development locations in Phoenix and Pittsburgh over the next two years, expanding its engineering workforce by about 60%.
Over the past day, the highest-trending question asked in the United States regarding coronavirus news on Google Search was "Is flying safe with coronavirus?"
A university professor has launched a computer game called Can You Save the World? to help children understand how social distancing can save lives during the coronavirus pandemic.