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The closing of classrooms and the switch to remote learning because of the coronavirus have left students in this school district on the sparsely populated fringe of the Navajo Nation in New Mexico profoundly isolated.
The Reserve Bank of India became the world’s only major central bank to gain one million followers on Twitter, boosting efforts to foster financial literacy in a society that is traditionally under-banked and vulnerable to frauds.
The full extent of online cheating inspired by the pandemic – illicit Googling, friends texting answers to each other or sharing screen shots of exam questions in advance – can’t be measured, despite the new popularity of camera-monitoring, online proctoring and artificial intelligence to track students’ computer moves.
The bane of Europe’s traditional retail stores over the past decade – the Internet – is now the thing they’re clinging to for survival.
Now entering its third decade of existence, the Web has grown from simply a way to find and edit information to something beyond what its inventor Tim Berners-Lee had intended.
The coronavirus crisis has helped fuel a surge in online shopping in Russia that has put even the remote icy expanse of Chukotka on the e-commerce map.
If you've always wondered what your cat is trying to tell you when it meows, then this is the app for you and your feline companion.
Once an obscure form of shopping, livestreaming is predicted to change the habits of global consumers, whose footfall has already headed from the high street to online marketplaces.
The wildly infectious and relentlessly repetitive children's song Baby Shark became the most-watched YouTube video on Nov 2, with more than seven billion plays.
Wikipedia has locked down its main election page ahead of the United States presidential election so that only certain editors can make changes, part of preparations to combat potential disinformation and abuses related to Tuesday's vote.