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Like students across the US, Christa Schall was working toward graduation when the coronavirus closed her school. But unlike many, she can’t finish her classes online – her cosmetology programme, like the coursework at many technical and trade schools, requires hands-on training.
Cynics might tell you that playing video games from breakfast till bedtime is for slackers. But gamers and their fans would tell you otherwise: Playing on the Internet could help save the world.
Video games are good for your brain. Well, some games, at least.
The coronavirus crisis has forced Greece to take rapid steps to computerise its lumbering civil service and belatedly introduce e-governance in one of the EU's worst digital laggards, experts say.
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.
China should include computer programming in its basic education curriculum to support its ambitions of becoming a tech powerhouse, Ding Lei proposes. The tech CEO is making the proposal for the Two Sessions, an annual meeting of China’s two main political bodies.
Beijing is accelerating its bid for global leadership in key technologies, planning to pump more than a trillion dollars into the economy through the rollout of everything from wireless networks to artificial intelligence.
Minecraft, the virtual world game Microsoft acquired in 2015, is seeing a boom in play as the Covid-19 pandemic shutters schools and leaves kids stuck at home.
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.
New Zealand will launch a contact-tracing app on Wednesday to help people track their movements as the country eases one of the world's most rigid lockdowns designed to slow the spread of Covid-19.