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A dance studio in Florida. A martial arts centre in Missouri. Libraries in San Francisco. These and other places in the United States are taking on a somewhat unlikely new role this fall – welcoming children for supervised distance learning while their parents go to work.
A robot at a hospital in the Mexican capital is providing a lifeline for coronavirus patients separated from their relatives and reducing the risk of infection for medical workers.
For tens of millions of Indian gamers, Tencent's PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds (PUBG) videogame was a welcome distraction from the coronavirus pandemic.
Getting a good personal computer – even a second-hand model – and maintaining it well are paramount for staying productive in the pandemic age.
Many consumers will ignore brick-and-mortar stores this holiday season in favour of online shopping, a new study finds, and small business may end up left behind.
The TikTok sale saga reached an apparent conclusion over the weekend when President Donald Trump approved a deal. But the harmony was short-lived.
Civil servant Amos Dam is frustrated after waiting two hours to enter a bank in Nigeria’s capital Abuja. He is one of about 20 people sitting on plastic chairs under a canopy to protect them from the sun on a pavement between a busy road and the bank.
Do 5G mobile telephones and networks pose health risks? Worries about the effect the technology has on humans and the environment have persisted as it has been deployed in various countries. What do scientists have to say about it?