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From recycled cooking oil to fox meat and chemicals, a litany of food scandals have turned Chinese diners' stomachs, but a new "smart chopsticks" concept by Internet search giant Baidu could put the answer in their hands.
Wang Feng, house-bound by China’s virus outbreak, counts on the parka-clad delivery drivers of e-commerce giant JD.com to keep her kitchen stocked.
Armed with Internet access on cellphones that came into general use last year, Cubans are forming online chat groups to share tips about where to find dish detergent, chicken, diesel fuel and other scarce essentials. They do so on WhatsApp, Instagram and Facebook.
At an abandoned train station in Buenos Aires' working-class suburb of San Miguel, hundreds of Argentines gather with bags of clothes, rice, flour and sugar to trade.
How Baidu Baike has faced off against Wikipedia to build the world’s largest online Chinese encyclopaedia
Transition from hard format encyclopaedias to open-source encyclopaedias has raised some quality-of-information issues though.
Petronella Mabhena, a domestic worker in South Africa, has been paying bus drivers to ferry food to her relatives in Zimbabwe for over a decade.
In between her shifts, Zimbabwean nurse Sinothando Mpofu used to go to Bulawayo’s open-air markets to buy tomatoes and cabbages for her family of nine – until the country’s coronavirus lockdown closed all stalls.
Cyberattackers have stolen the personal details of million users of top Indian Internet grocer Bigbasket, the latest e-commerce data breach to emerge as home-bound consumers flock online.
Mobile internet has revolutionised life in Cuba, helping people find food, fuel and medicine, even helping them organise protests.
China alarmed as binge drink livestreaming where people drink until they vomit or pass out becomes the latest online trend
Livestream drinking’s popularity in China follows on from the controversial online binge eating craze which was banned last year. Some drink up to 10 bottles of liquor in a single session, while audiences frequently demand drinks be set on fire to prove alcohol content is high.