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Think you’re going to find online the frozen vegetables and toilet paper you can't find in stores? Think delivery is going to be quick? Think again.
With its 175-acre campus in Cupertino, California, and several dozen more offices across the rest of the world, Apple Inc wasn’t designed as a work-at-home company. That all changed about three weeks ago in the coronavirus pandemic.
Covid-19: China’s mental health counsellors reach out online to help those affected by coronavirus pandemic
Chinese users spent 20% more time on physical and mental health apps in the first week of March compared with the same period in January. KnowYourself brought together a team of over 100 professionals and trained volunteers to reply to calls for help from people in need.
At first blush, this coronavirus pandemic would seem to be social media’s moment. Social distancing has us stuck in our homes, cut off from family and friends, trying to work, parent or – blessed be – both, and most of all trying to keep up with the avalanche of information coming out every day about Covid-19.
Digital surveillance and smartphone technology may prove helpful in containing the coronavirus pandemic — but some activists fear this could mean lasting harm to privacy and digital rights.
Electric-scooter startup Bird on March 27 said it is laying off nearly a third of its workforce to survive damage done to its service by the coronavirus pandemic.
We live in troubling times. Millions are suffering from anxiety, distress and loneliness as they deal with the uncertain health and economic consequences of the global coronavirus pandemic. If ever there was a moment for the world of Nintendo, this is it.
New York Postmates food delivery drivers and potentially thousands of other gig workers can receive unemployment benefits at a time of historic job losses, following a ruling by the state’s highest court that they are company employees.
Dockless scooter companies charged into cities in 2018, promising a mobility revolution with cheap, clean rides and billions in venture capital backing. Yet they soon faced roadblocks, including shaky business models, safety concerns, and fast-moving city regulators. At the start of 2020, cash-losing operators were shrinking their headcounts and vehicle fleets.