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Facebook Inc will soon let college students create special profiles specifically for connecting with classmates and joining campus events and groups – a return of sorts to the company’s early days when Facebook was exclusive to college students after chief executive officer Mark Zuckerberg founded the social network in his Harvard dorm.
TikTok, the app with an uncertain future owned by China’s ByteDance Ltd, has been building a vocal contingent of young supporters in the United States.
ByteDance has long been a proponent of content recommendation systems, and uses it on other products, such as the popular news aggregator Jinri Toutiao.
Some pupils have to share their parents’ mobile phones with their siblings to take online classes, Alliance for Children Development Rights finds. About 18% of the parents say they do not have WiFi at home.
For Sergio Meruvia, a 15-year-old student in Bolivia, staying up to date with school means selling hand sanitiser on the street to help pay for the expensive Internet services his family now needs to continue his classes.
The Trump administration announced plans on Sept 1 to expand the collection of personal "biometric” information by the agency in charge of immigration enforcement, raising concerns about civil liberties and data protection.
Telehealth is a bit of American ingenuity that seems to have paid off in the coronavirus pandemic. Medicare temporarily waived restrictions predating the smartphone era and now there’s a push to make telemedicine widely available in the future.
For US federal workers and IT teams who often handle sensitive data using outdated government systems and infrastructure, working from home brings new challenges – particularly as concerns are rising about cybersecurity attacks seeking to exploit the pandemic.
Smartphones, key fobs and PIN pads are becoming increasingly common ways to open your front door – even when you're not standing in front of it.
Two sisters in western El Salvador are taking their love of learning to great heights: every day they climb a mountain, then scramble up an olive tree to get a signal to access their online college lessons.