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Since the coronavirus outbreak began in China, where a large share of the world's spare screens, batteries and other spare parts are made, repairs can take days and even weeks for some phones and tablets.
In the home of giant companies like Amazon.com Inc, Microsoft Corp and Starbucks Corp, officials try to manage the first and largest outbreak of coronavirus in the United States.
Sitting around a campsite near a tent. Making a coffee drink. These undertakings are at the core of two new games, Wide Ocean Big Jacket and Coffee Talk.
US schools are using students’ phones to track and surveil them for their own safety, despite a lack of evidence to support the move.
Amazon.com Inc has barred more than one million products from sale in recent weeks that had inaccurately claimed to cure or defend against the coronavirus, the company told Reuters on Feb 27.
The coronavirus outbreak has forced thousands of companies and schools to operate remotely in Hong Kong. Now the city’s protesters are planning to go virtual in a bid to sustain their movement’s momentum.
As parents and veteran educators, Maree Hampton and Katherine Myers are intimately invested in the role technology plays in the lives of their families, and ours.
The weeks-long closure of schools over virus fears across China and Hong Kong is testing kids – and their parents.
Thwarting the sale of “illegal” Android boxes is paramount to rejuvenating the entertainment industry, and stemming the loss of billions of ringgit and thousands of jobs.
You might have heard that the fear of a new virus from China is spreading faster than the actual virus.