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The virus has trapped US$111bil of luxury spending in China; shoppers turn to e-commerce, livestreaming
Jeff Meng, a 25-year-old watch lover from a well-heeled Guangdong family, had 160,000 yuan (RM97,483) burning a hole in his pocket. He could not find the Rolex Daytona watch he wanted, dubbed “panda” for its black-and-white face, anywhere in China.
Gig workers are clamouring for jobs that often pay less while facing stiff competition from a crush of newly unemployed workers also attempting to patch together a livelihood – all while trying to avoid contracting the coronavirus themselves.
Google is served with the vast majority of "geofence" search warrants because it stores information from millions of devices in a massive database.
Cuba's catch-up with the world of e-commerce, encouraged by its communist rulers during the coronavirus lockdown, has left many users angry.
With most foreign visitors barred from China, the Canton Trade Fair has transformed itself into an e-commerce platform with mini-shopping channels.
Standing in front of shelves laden with colourful backpacks, a saleswoman promoted bags on the Canton Trade Fair’s website without knowing whether anyone was watching as the world’s biggest sales event opened in cyberspace to avoid the coronavirus pandemic.
Digifarm bypasses middlemen, giving small-holder farmers direct access to low-cost seeds and fertilizer, credit providers, and bulk purchasers of their produce.
Street protests raging across the United States are often being organised and coordinated online by young people.
With US meatpacking plants shut down by the coronavirus, one food bank desperate for donations is mending the broken supply chain itself.
Christine Riel stared at the shopping list on her cellphone the same way Lewis and Clark might have once studied their maps, searching for a clear path forward while hoping to avoid any unnecessary backtracking.