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Help groups on social media are connecting people with those most in need during the coronavirus lockdown, fostering a community spirit often neglected in the capital’s fast-paced life.
From being duped into taking poisonous "cures", to watching businesses crumble and avoiding life-saving medication, people are suffering devastating real-world impacts of a deluge of online virus misinformation.
Millions of US teenagers shut up in their homes and receiving their education online are turning for morale support and comic relief to each other — via immensely popular video sharing apps like TikTok.
A new generation of pet accessories are connected to let you locate your cat or dog at any time.
As governments around the world advise citizens to stay at home during the Covid-19 pandemic, there are few better options for entertainment while self-isolating than diving into a new video game.
The Communications and Multimedia Consumer Forum of Malaysia (CFM) said users in Malaysia may be experiencing some issues with their Internet connectivity at this time due to network congestion.
Teachers continue to grapple with e-learning, as Internet access remains a challenge for many, making it even more difficult for students to adapt to remote lessons.
With hiring freezes, furloughs, stay-at-home orders and more than 26 million Americans filing for unemployment benefits over the last five weeks, the coronavirus pandemic may not be the best time to find a new job.
As countries around the world ease the lockdowns that have been crippling their economies, the race is on to develop smartphone apps to help contain the spread of the novel coronavirus when people are no longer confined to their homes.
A European coalition is forming around an approach to using smartphone technology to trace coronavirus infections that, its backers hope, could help to reopen borders without unleashing a second wave of the pandemic.