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Electric-scooter startup Bird on March 27 said it is laying off nearly a third of its workforce to survive damage done to its service by the coronavirus pandemic.
Prepaid and postpaid Maxis, Celcom, Digi and U Mobile users will receive free 1GB data daily, to be used from 8am to 6pm, from April 1 and throughout the the movement control order (MCO) period.
Dockless scooter companies charged into cities in 2018, promising a mobility revolution with cheap, clean rides and billions in venture capital backing. Yet they soon faced roadblocks, including shaky business models, safety concerns, and fast-moving city regulators. At the start of 2020, cash-losing operators were shrinking their headcounts and vehicle fleets.
In early March, a hospital in Rwanda needed blood urgently for a patient with a leg injury. The patient’s blood type was not in stock and the nearest supplies were at least a half day’s drive away. So the hospital called upon a drone operated by Zipline Inc, which dropped the blood by parachute within an hour.
Walmart Inc's Flipkart has suspended services, a notice on the Indian e-commerce firm's website said on Wednesday, as India began a 21-day lockdown to fight the spread of the coronavirus pandemic.
While the US government and telecommunications industry have been engrossed in the race to 5G, much of the country is still in a slow crawl to regular home Internet service.
Grocery delivery service Instacart on Monday announced plans to double the ranks of “shoppers” who fill orders in North America as people hunker down to reduce coronavirus risk.
Twitter on March 23 dialed back its earnings expectations for the current quarter amid a massive disruption in online advertising stemming from the coronavirus pandemic, even though the service has become a hub of conversation about the crisis.
As people in China retreated indoors in late January to avoid the coronavirus, Alibaba's supermarket chain Freshippo faced a dilemma: online orders for fruit were soaring but supplies were low.
Amazon.com Inc’s delivery delays of non-essential goods will extend for at least another month for many customers in the US and Europe, stirring panic among online merchants who rely on the web retailer for business.