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A possible strike by Instacart workers highlights the impact of the coronavirus outbreak on the grocery delivery business, where workers are worried about their safety as they try to meet a surge in demand for online groceries.
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.
Adidas to offer free premium access to adidas Training and adidas Running apps for next three months
Adidas announced on March 25 that it will be offering three months of free premium access to two of its fitness apps in an effort to help those of us currently self-isolating keep fit at home.
Websites offering sexually explicit images and videos of minors all based overseas and no longer accessible, authorities say. They were said to be similar to chat rooms in South Korean scandal that required users to upload sexual abuse videos or photos to enter.
Google on Friday removed the Android version of the Infowars app from the Google Play online store, after comments made by Infowars founder Alex Jones about the Covid-19 pandemic were deemed false and harmful.
Having our normal daily lives upended by the coronavirus has heightened the demand for entertainment — and not just Netflix.
Staying home is being made more pleasant by telcos offering free data. But take heed of MCMC’s warning not to spread fake news.
Babbel is opening up its language learning app to students and parents in the US for free, while much of the world waits out the Covid-19 lockdown at home.
Ireland's government is to roll out a voluntary phone-tracking app to alert users if someone they have been in contact with develops Covid-19, its health service said on March 29, two weeks before the pandemic is expected to peak in the country.
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.