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The service, which opened for public testing on Monday, offers users up to two terabytes of free storage and ‘unlimited’ uploading and downloading speeds. China’s personal cloud service market, which had 404 million users last year, continues to grow amid a rapid uptake of online services by consumers.
Microsoft said on March 23 it would start reopening its headquarters offices next week and implementing a “hybrid workplace” that brings back more employees around the world after a year of remote work during the pandemic.
Virtual platforms like Netflix and Zoom have emerged as lifelines for a pandemic-hit world forced indoors, but in sanctioned Syria where both websites are blocked, Mohammad Habash feels increasingly disconnected.
For a few US dollars you can have someone feed, play with, or walk your pet, and yes — they will even clean the litter tray. The rise of online services means many are turning to strangers on the Internet rather than relying on friends and family for help with domestic chores.
Inspired by a virtual reality tool that allows users to experience cities from the height of a three-year-old, a new set of guidelines aims to show how urban design can improve the health and security of vulnerable children.
(Reuters) - Facebook Inc said on Wednesday it is starting to remove the recommendations it gives global users for political and social issue Facebook groups, a move it has billed as turning down tension on the site.
Amazon announced plans Wednesday to launch a health care service to employers across the United States that would include quick access to telemedicine and home visits from medical professionals.
A zoo in the Czech Republic is trying out a new way for its bored chimpanzees to monkey around during the coronavirus lockdown: face time with other primates.
A year later, the unplanned experiment with distance learning continues for thousands of students who have yet to set foot back in classrooms.
US colleges and universities rushing to invest in the booming arena of varsity eSports are overwhelmingly committing opportunities and scholarships to male players, according to data collected by The Associated Press.