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Amazon last year committed to zeroing out its carbon footprint by 2040, or eliminating the greenhouse gas emissions caused by its activities, but concedes there isn’t a clear path to that zero-carbon goal today.
The battery revolution is moving from the highway to the construction site.
Firefighters and technologists have long dreamed of a formula or device that would accurately predict the spread of fire, much the way meteorologists predict the possible impact of extreme weather, but it’s only recently that big data and supercomputers have begun to show promise as a means of fire forecasting.
Americans find themselves more willing to try contactless payments with their phone or “tap-to-pay” credit and debit cards during the pandemic.
Powered by fear, anger and big tech’s algorithms, the QAnon conspiracy movement has exploded from the US political fringe into the global mainstream during the pandemic.
When the coronavirus pandemic shut down bars and concert halls in March, a new phenomenon was born: the vacation-rental nightclub.
The pandemic has accelerated consumers’ shift from analogue to digital when it comes to car shopping.
Battered by the pandemic and economic collapse, Venezuela's lost generation of schoolchildren have little chance of linking up regularly with online classes given the country's fickle Internet coverage.
More venues on Google Map will soon show live Busyness Information, so users can see how packed it is and choose to avoid crowds.
For months, Bui Van Thuan, a chemistry teacher turned crusading blogger in Vietnam, published one scathing Facebook post after another on a land dispute between villagers and the communist government.