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Getting a good personal computer – even a second-hand model – and maintaining it well are paramount for staying productive in the pandemic age.
NARENDRA Modi says, “Make in India.” Toyota Motor Corp says, stop treating cars as though they were drugs or alcohol.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australia looked set to record its lowest daily increase in new coronavirus cases in three months on Sunday as a hard lockdown in the city of Melbourne brought the country's virus epicentre down sharply.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - The Australian state at the centre of the country's novel coronavirus outbreak on Saturday reported its lowest daily increase of infections in three months, putting it on course to relax a hard lockdown in the capital city by the end of the month.
PENSACOLA BEACH, Fla. (Reuters) - Hurricane Sally made a direct hit on the U.S. Gulf Coast this week, dealing a blow to a popular tourist destination already reeling from the coronavirus pandemic. In the storm's aftermath, many bar and restaurant owners were breathing a sigh of relief the damage was not worse.
A quarrel has emerged inside France’s biggest phone company over whether to build a new generation of wireless networks, days before the industry is due to commit billions of euros to their deployment in the country.
UN food chief David Beasley called on the world’s billionaires on Sept 17 to step up to help save some 30 million people he said are at risk of dying if they don’t receive help from the World Food Programme.
The combination of 30 million Americans out of work and tens of millions more working from home exploded the number of hours people have been glued to a screen.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - The Australian government is expected to announce on Friday an increase in the number of citizens able to return home, while one state said it would partially reopen its borders given a general downward coronavirus infection trend.
UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - U.N. food chief David Beasley called on the world's billionaires on Thursday to step up to help save some 30 million people he said are at risk of dying if they don't receive help from the World Food Programme.