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Shopper Sandra Stephenson has a story to share, actually three of them, that should make anyone stop, step back and think three times before rushing to buy the next cute thing they spot on Facebook, Instagram or other social media platforms.
South Korea’s delivery workers have fallen into what they call a “legal blind spot” and say it’s a deadly place to be as the novel coronavirus drives an unprecedented boom in online business.
Monster growth in online sales this holiday season will trigger an explosion of duplicitous deals, fake websites, phony emails and outright shopping scams.
From tubes and satellites to web browsers, a look at how users explore the Internet.
When Amazon.com Inc muscles into a new market, the entrenched players often take a hit on Wall Street. And so it went on Nov 17 when the world’s largest online retailer announced it had started a web drug store and would offer discounted meds to Prime subscribers.
US company Walmart Inc said on Nov 2 that it has dropped its plans to use roving robots to scan shelves and keep track of inventory, squashing the world's largest retailer's years-long efforts to automate the task.
Whether you're talking about texts, tables or presentations, Microsoft dominates the market with its Office suite and the programs Word, Excel and PowerPoint. But there are plenty of good alternatives out there, and often, unlike Microsoft's offering, they're free.
This year has shown us just how essential a reliable and fast Internet connection is for our daily lives, whether for work or leisure. Here's some basic advice on how to get the most out of your Internet connection in these exceptional times.
Here is a look at the stances of Republican President Trump and his Democratic opponent, Joe Biden, on some key tech policy issues.
What economic recovery? China’s delivery drivers just along for the ride as other opportunities remain elusive
Despite China’s economy seeing considerable growth in the third quarter, a large segment of its working class is still feeling effects of the pandemic. A total of 24.7% of industry-leading Meituan’s 2.95 million delivery riders had at least a bachelor’s degree at the end of July, up from 18% a year earlier.