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One group of women inmates at a prison west of Mexico City have managed to benefit from the pandemic, as the lockdown spurred a wave of professionals with time on their hands to donate online classes.
When parents aren't happy with a catalogue's idea of what a children's bedroom should look like, there's one place many turn for DIY inspiration: Pinterest.
The tech industry has struggled for years to generate wider adoption of virtual reality. A major reason is that setting up a high-end home experience still costs well above US$1,000 (RM4,395). But the prospect of millions staying home for months during the pandemic and additional renting options might be just what it needed.
Every day, Pawel Sawicki, head of social media at the Auschwitz Museum, posts several photos of victims of the former Nazi German death camp on a Twitter account that has become a powerful tool in Holocaust education.
China is tracking big data on an array of industrial barometers such as power use and traffic flows to take the pulse of general activity and target stimulus measures aimed at mitigating the impact of the coronavirus on its struggling economy.
Google is making its Collections feature more social and it will also benefit from the power of AI (artificial intelligence).
Swing sets, cabbage patches and butterflies await in a bite-size, laid-back restoration project.
For Halloween this year, Google has rolled out a handful of features to their Nest home products including letting owners swap out their doorbell chime for the sound of a cackling witch.
Though it's not due out until March 2020, Nintendo fulfilled fans' wishes for more on casual Switch console getaway Animal Crossing: New Horizons with a preview of its island life essentials, crafting options, and multiplayer options.
Christmas is over, but the holiday spirit is still alive and well in a variety of videogames. Here’s how some of them are celebrating the season.