Rumours of the collapse of the cryptoworld have been much exaggerated.
CovidRADAR was developed in less than a week.
The collapse of the government in Kosovo is a victory for reactionary forces within Kosovo and the self-seeking agenda of the Trump administration.
Some medieval Christian women locked themselves away in the name of their faith. Here are their insights into self-isolation.
A scholar of the American safety net explains how, through her own brother, she's getting a personal window into what it means to face COVID-19 as a worker in the gig economy.
With so much sadness and loss from COVID-19, some of us may feel selfish if we complain about relative inconveniences. But because humans are creatures of habit, changes are hard.
Success during the pandemic hinges on people taking social distancing seriously. What do you do when someone doesn't? The people who negotiate humanitarian aid in crises have some lessons for you.
Much of the world is moving online in response to the coronavirus pandemic. Society's newly increased dependence on the internet is bringing the need for good cyber policy into sharp relief.
The routine of life has been disrupted for most people as they stay at home to slow down the further spread of the coronavirus. A scholar who studies boredom offers some helpful tips.
Clear strategies for communication and planning can be helpful for both autistic and neurotypical children in a time of upheaval.
Researchers are currently looking into these reports to confirm whether loss of smell is an early indication of COVID-19.
All Australians arriving from overseas will be quarantined in hotels or other facilities under strict supervision for a fortnight, under the latest crackdown in the battle against the coronavirus.
Automated text messages if your phone detects you're a long way from home, or discounted home internet, are just a few possible technology solutions to make New Zealanders "stay home to save lives".
According to Google Trends, the top globally trending topic this week is 'orthohantavirus', as spurious sites claim it's next pandemic on the horizon. The claim is baseless.
Despite a comprehensive lockdown, New Zealanders should expect the number of people with coronavirus infections to rise first, before they come down again.
As many as one in five children in Australia start the school day without eating breakfast. About 15% arrive at school without lunch, or the money to buy it at the canteen.
Stress and boredom might see us drinking more alcohol at home in the coming weeks and months. But there are alternatives.
The consequences of laws introduced into both the NSW and Tasmanian parliaments are anything but foreseeable.
The government can invest in a number of catch-up programs, including summer school and small group tuition, to help children who fall behind due to COVID-19.
Panic buying and hoarding of personal protective equipment such as masks accelerates consumption of a finite supply.