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Browsing online during lockdown, Jessica Friend spotted a pair of Ray-Ban sunglasses she liked, but the price tag made the 30-year-old Ohio resident think twice.
The coronavirus pandemic may have permanently damaged Japanese drivers’ willingness to share a steering wheel.
Four major publishing houses on June 1 sued the Internet Archive alleging that its “national emergency library” allowing locked-down readers free access to digital books was “brazenly” violating copyright laws.
Some workers at Amazon.com Inc’s Troutdale, Oregon, warehouse think of the coronavirus testing pilot in their facility as a sort of lottery. Managers have been reaching out to employees this month and, with their permission, testing them for the disease.
Billionaire Jack Ma’s Ant Financial Services Group saw a surge in Chinese banks seeking out its digital technology to keep business flowing after the coronavirus outbreak shuttered branches across the world’s most populous nation.
The pandemic is playing to the strengths of the biggest digital players, as seen in their earnings results for the quarter ending in March.
A photo mode has been added to PlayStation 4 game Death Stranding that lets players pose their heroes in verdant landscapes of the post-apocalypse.
In Sandwich, New Hampshire, a town of 1,200 best known as a setting for the movie On Golden Pond, broadband is scarce. Forget streaming Netflix, much less working or studying from home. Even the police department has trouble uploading its reports.
With public and school libraries closed indefinitely amid the Covid-19 pandemic, book lovers are turning to the Internet to keep their bookshelves stocked.
Amazon.com Inc on March 25 said it temporarily would not require sellers in its marketplace to repay loans it had made to them, as merchants confront the prospect of declining sales during the coronavirus pandemic.