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From smart police helmets to research labs, the novel coronavirus has given Dubai an opportunity to test its technological and scientific clout as it shapes its approach to the pandemic.
Digital or manual? Bluetooth or GPS? Centralised or decentralised? Efforts in the United States to track the spread of the deadly novel coronavirus – known as contact tracing – have become a patchwork based on differing approaches to technology and civil liberties.
In a time of transcription software and autocorrect, the old touch type approach to writing texts seems a bit outdated.
Video games are good for your brain. Well, some games, at least.
Singapore’s contact-tracing phone app, Trace Together, will remain voluntary for “as long as possible”, Foreign Minister Vivian Balakrishnan said in an interview with Sky News Australia.
The use of new technologies, such as virtual reality, by planners to help design more sustainable and healthier cities has accelerated during the coronavirus pandemic, urban experts said on May 22.
Britain’s mobile phone app for tracking coronavirus infections has been delayed by bureaucracy and the addition of more symptoms to monitor, according to a person familiar with the matter – who said they expected the government to abandon it in favour of the model backed by Apple Inc and Alphabet Inc’s Google.
Behind a glass, sound-proof door, an inmate speaks with someone on a computer screen after visits to the Dubai prison were suspended due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Malaysia’s Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad, who is 94 and was the world’s oldest leader until he quit earlier this year, has passed the country’s virus lockdown by keeping fit on a treadmill and exercise bike.