As Covid-19 keeps people indoors, delivery and other contract workers are more visible than ever—making this a pivotal time for them to secure basic rights.
Most US schools are closed, with instruction shifting to the internet. That’s a problem for millions of people without reliable broadband, including 20 percent of rural students.
Over the course of two presidential campaigns, Sanders showed how effective a digital-first movement could be.
Hospitals are deploying tablets and smartphones to protect staff, preserve protective equipment, and help patients connect with loved ones.
Svelte, created by a graphics editor for the New York Times, has attracted a following among programmers who want their pages to load faster.
The search giant is disclosing trends in visits to broad categories of places, as a tool for public health officials.
Tips for staying active during the pandemic are one thing. But some influencers are pushing unscientific claims to sell “immunity boosting” products.
Plus: The DIY movement, the Long Tail theory of the internet, and wild animals in the streets.
Social distancing rules have reduced many eateries to delivery and take out. But apps like Uber Eats exact a 25 percent toll on their shrinking revenue.