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France’s contact-tracing app will be available to download on June 2. They just have to get people to use it.
In his quest to expand US mobile broadband capacity, Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai hasn’t been afraid to anger colleagues in government.
YouTube’s battle against Covid-19 misinformation is causing collateral damage as the world’s largest online video service struggles to pick up on nuances of an increasingly complex and political topic.
Bonnie Russolillo is one of millions of Americans forced by the pandemic to buy groceries online. The experience was better than she expected – the broccoli crowns were perfect and she was mostly pleased with the substitutions for out-of-stock items.
Despite the Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO) to curb the Covid-19 pandemic which left many ‘stranded’ in the city, Malaysians managed to stay connected to keep the festive cheer alive – thanks to the smartphone.
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In a time of transcription software and autocorrect, the old touch type approach to writing texts seems a bit outdated.
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.
Canada will ramp up Covid-19 testing and contact tracing as it gradually lifts restrictions and is working closely with Apple Inc and Alphabet Inc's Google on a mobile phone app to help, the prime minister said on Friday.