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Covid-19: China’s mental health counsellors reach out online to help those affected by coronavirus pandemic
Chinese users spent 20% more time on physical and mental health apps in the first week of March compared with the same period in January. KnowYourself brought together a team of over 100 professionals and trained volunteers to reply to calls for help from people in need.
Sony, Ubisoft and Xbox are among those limiting their Internet footprint at a time when online services are in increased demand.
Google and other digital advertising companies are seeing revenue growth wither as marketers slash spending ahead of an expected recession triggered by the coronavirus.
In line with the movement control order, Malaysian telcos are recommending that customers use their apps or phonelines, though most are keeping service outlets open.
Given the most stage time at Microsoft's Game Stack Live 2020 is a presentation about the potential of Xbox Series X and Project xCloud, set for March 18.
Didi offers US$10mil relief fund to help overseas drivers cope with the effects of Covid-19 pandemic
Chinese tech companies have collectively pledged billions of yuan to help fight the epidemic.
Russian technology giant Yandex wants to launch a worldwide fleet of 'robotaxis' using its driverless car software and thinks this is possible within a few years, the company's head of driverless cars Dmitry Polishchuk told Reuters.
On Feb 28 questions about the coronavirus swirled around Google’s offices. The company was being criticised for YouTube’s handling of hoax videos, a major company conference was cancelled and an employee in Zurich tested positive.
Alipay, the mobile payment app owned by billionaire Jack Ma, is stepping up its competition with WeChat to get more of its 900 million users to tap expanded services in everything from real estate purchases to restaurant and cinema bookings.
Worlds Adrift was supposed to be a multiplayer game like no other: think Minecraft meets Second Life. Released to some users in 2018, the virtual world promised to take immersive gaming to another level by using a new technology from SoftBank-backed wunderkind, Improbable Worlds Ltd.