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(Reuters) -Uber Technologies Inc and Lyft Inc are spending millions of dollars to provide drivers with access to COVID-19 vaccines and offering tens of millions of free or discounted rides to vaccination sites for people in communities that lack access to transportation and healthcare services.
Despite growing subscriber bases, Spotify and co are not the most popular music streaming services in the world. Music fans are abandoning them in favour of the video platform YouTube.
A researcher in Japan has developed a program based on artificial intelligence, putting technology at the service of seniors to keep them in good health for as long as possible.
As the Czech Republic struggles to cope with the world’s highest coronavirus infection rate, a tidal wave of disinformation and a bungled government response are hampering vaccination efforts.
If you thought only less tech-savvy seniors were easy targets for scammers online, think again.
Nami Hamaura says she feels less lonely working from home thanks to her singing companion Charlie, one of a new generation of cute and clever Japanese robots whose sales are booming in the pandemic.
In November, Paula Mont did something new: The 86-year-old, who hasn’t left her New Jersey senior living community in nearly a year, went shopping – online.
As more and more people compete for short supplies of the life-saving Covid-19 vaccine, some of the oldest and most infirm Americans are struggling just to enter the contest.
Optimising the use of social media could be beneficial to the mental health of older adults, while helping them feel less isolated.
Since Joe Biden’s inauguration, Bernie Sanders has been taking social media by storm after a photo of the Democrat Senator attending the event went viral. The buzz shows no sign of waning, and that’s maybe no bad thing, since the former US presidential candidate counts on cashing in on the hype... for the benefit of a nonprofit feeding seniors in Vermont.