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The coronavirus pandemic closed their school, but it also thrust a group of disadvantaged Mexican children living next to a giant garbage dump into the digital world.
GitHub launched an ambitious archiving programme so that future historians would have a better grasp of open-source projects designed by current and past developers.
Leaders from the tech world shared a common message: The future durability of the VR market requires cultivating a user-base still in need of considerable development.
For Sergio Meruvia, a 15-year-old student in Bolivia, staying up to date with school means selling hand sanitiser on the street to help pay for the expensive Internet services his family now needs to continue his classes.
In these hills a two-hour drive north of Nairobi, the weather can shift quickly and sometimes violently, as recent landslides along the winding highway make clear.
The lockdown gripping much of the world economy has spurred a real-time stress test of the long-heralded digital future.
If after weeks of isolation, your home is beginning to feel a little cooped up, it might be fun to explore some more generously proportioned interiors.
The UN's education agency said on March 26 it had forged a coalition with tech firms and nonprofit organisations to support more than 1.5 billion students missing class because of the coronavirus crisis.
As millions of families hunker down amid the coronavirus crisis, the sudden reality of schooling from home risks widening the education gap between those with the means and support to keep up with lessons, and those who risk falling behind.
Filipino teacher Raven Kate De Leon is in demand, spending up to 10 hours a day at her home computer surrounded by mini cars and stuffed toys that she uses as props to inject fun into her English classes for students far away in China.