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Bad dreams, more stress and nowhere to hide: ‘Zoom fatigue’ is making life miserable for Hongkongers working from home
Hundreds of millions of people around the world are using a host of videoconferencing tools to stay connected. Having to continually wear the social mask before your own screen can cause anxiety, clinical psychologist says.
In late March, as large swathes of Europe locked down, Belgian authorities wanted to know if movement restrictions were being obeyed enough to slow the spread of the coronavirus. They turned to the country’s mobile operators.
SoftBank Group Corp founder Masayoshi Son’s dream of a global tech empire is unravelling, with the coronavirus crisis compounding losses at his US$100bil (RM436.50bil) Vision Fund and distress at his big bets portending more pain.
None of the seven coronavirus tracking apps tested in the Netherlands are suitable for official use, the Dutch Health Ministry said Tuesday, as Europe debates the use of the smartphone technology with one eye on life after the lockdown.
Is your kids’ e-learning driving you up the wall? Don’t stress, parents, says one expert: ‘Let’s just keep it real’
Parents who’ve spent their children’s entire lifetimes monitoring and fretting over screen time suddenly find themselves enforcing a totally tethered-to-a-device existence.
Social distancing is one of the good habits we have come to adopt because of the Covid-19 threat, along with frequent handwashing and wearing a mask in public. What about also being careful with the countless software applications that have emerged since the beginning of the confinement?
The Women's Aid Organisation has appealed to users on social media to stop doing the viral mugshot challenge.
The Anti-Semitism Accountability Project’s portal will collect reports of online attacks on Asian-Americans, Jews and others falsely blamed for the pandemic. Founded by billionaire Ronald Lauder, ASAP launched the initiative in conjunction with the America China Public Affairs Institute.
In an air-conditioned government building in Mumbai, a dozen officials are glued to a giant screen showing live drone and CCTV footage of crowded slums, the frontline in the city's battle to contain the spread of the coronavirus.
At a remote hillside retreat in northern India, Tibetan Buddhist nun Tenzin Drolma usually holds intimate, face-to-face classes – but since the coronavirus pandemic forced them online, her lessons have been packed with people seeking inner peace under lockdown.