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At the Dadawan restaurant in the southern Dutch city of Maastricht, an unusual group of new staffers has been brought in to help after the Netherlands eased its coronavirus lockdown this week: robots.
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 tech industry has struggled for years to generate wider adoption of virtual reality. A major reason is that setting up a high-end home experience still costs well above US$1,000 (RM4,395). But the prospect of millions staying home for months during the pandemic and additional renting options might be just what it needed.
Beset by high commission fees imposed by foreign food delivery apps, many local restaurants dealing with the pandemic in Thailand have adjusted their menus for online orders, sought customers via social media and looked to local delivery apps.
Work from home, call for meals: food delivery platforms provide lifeline to Hong Kong’s empty restaurants
Deliveroo, Foodpanda and Uber Eats report a surge in orders, eateries signing up. Hit by hard times, top-end restaurants and cafes start offering home deliveries too.
A flurry of job cuts announced this week by Yelp Inc, Eventbrite Inc and Toast Inc serves as a stark reminder of the deepening toll that the global coronavirus pandemic is taking on parts of the technology industry dependent on the people-to-people interaction that’s now come to a standstill.
Contactless delivery allows riders to place food delivery orders at designated spots, such as in front of customers' homes or office premise.
The last of Apple's 42 stores in China reopened March 13, as the country slowly goes back to work following weeks of quarantine that forced the closure of businesses.
On its way to amassing more than a billion users, Instagram has become more than just a photo sharing platform in the last nine years.
When Eccie Newton and her sister began making fresh salads and sandwiches to deliver to London office workers, their startup company Karma Cans became so popular they soon had to expand – and hit a common roadblock: space.