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WeChat is a lifeline for the Chinese diaspora. What happens now that Trump banned it?
The pandemic is accelerating a digital revolution in agricultural powerhouse Brazil by forcing farmers to buy equipment and get assistance online, according to Deere & Co.
The new normal: How Sugu Pavithra and other Malaysians adapted and thrived with digital tools during Covid-19 pandemic
Local businesses and content creators turn to digital tools on the Internet to survive the Covid-19 pandemic.
As India's health system grapples with the coronavirus, doctors are increasingly going online to consult with patients suffering less critical or chronic diseases, while the south Asian economy prepares to emerge from a nationwide lockdown.
Google’s popular map service on Wednesday added more ways for people to engage with local businesses struggling to survive the economic hit of the coronavirus pandemic.
The report said 11.1% of WeChat’s mini-program developers and 14.5% of the platform’s service providers increased hiring. China’s social media platforms are now widely used by businesses and brands to promote their services and reach more customers.
Canada will invest C$240mil (RM734.32mil) to develop virtual care and mental health tools for residents to better cope with the consequences of the novel coronavirus pandemic, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Sunday.
Years before Covid-19 reared its hideous head and gave the world an urgent reason to shop from home, retail influencers were livestreaming inside of boutiques, offering product closeups and even trying on clothes, shoes and jewellery for an online audience.
Amazon.com Inc is piloting the use of video conference calls to verify the identity of merchants who wish to sell goods on its websites, in a new plan to counter fraud without in-person meetings in the pandemic.
A website for essential workers in Britain applying to get a test for Covid-19 said on April 24 it was closed for new applicants just hours after the government widened the number of people eligible for its testing programme.