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Years from now when the pandemic’s impact on global business is analysed, it’s likely that the most lucrative change will be how it pushed – or actually shoved – massive markets into the modern e-commerce era.
In a quiet experiment of just two weeks, China provided millions of people access to long-forbidden foreign websites like YouTube and Instagram. The trial appears to signal the Communist government is moving toward giving the country’s citizens greater access to the global Internet – while still attempting to control who sees what.
Company representatives told to rectify offending content, punish those who allowed it to be published, Beijing Internet Information Office says. Watchdog also orders comments function to be suspended for a week.
The British government on Sept 24 finally launches its troubled smartphone app to help track the coronavirus in England and Wales – four months behind schedule and with cases once again surging.
Before entering coronavirus lockdown with the rest of Britain in March, 73-year-old Pamela Cox had never shopped or banked online. Zoom was something you did with a camera lens.
With live soccer absent from football pitches as part of Covid-19 measures, players from 20 top European clubs are taking part in a five-day tournament starting April 15.
Telecom masts that enable the next generation of wireless communication were set on fire in Britain in recent days, apparently by people motivated by a theory that the tech helps spread the coronavirus. Investors are taking note.
A range of sports stars and other celebrities have taken part in a World Health Organisation social media campaign to show proper hand-washing practices in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic.
Since its inception in 2016, the location-based AR mobile game Pokemon Go is estimated to have attracted 603 million gamers globally, according to Statista.
Chinese diplomacy has found a new voice on Twitter – and it’s not entirely diplomatic.