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Technology and Gadget News Around the World. Most of these articles are reappeared on this blog trough automation content creation.

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Mar

How to avoid coronavirus while ordering food for delivery

Restaurants all around the United States are closed to customers due to the coronavirus pandemic. Many of those restaurants are offering pickup and delivery to survive, and while some people might be concerned about catching the coronavirus from their food, data suggests this is unlikely. If you want to be extra careful, there are steps you can take to make your food deliveries even safer. Visit BGR’s homepage for more stories . Living in New…

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Mar

Woman coughed on $35,000 worth of groceries to stoke coronavirus fears

With the coronavirus pandemic encouraging new standards in personal hygiene, a woman in Pennsylvania deliberately coughed on $35,000 worth of food at a grocery store. The woman was apprehended and ultimately arrested by local police. It’s unclear if the woman has the coronavirus, but the store’s co-owner said he will do everything possible to get her tested.  All of the food in question was promptly thrown into the trash. Visit BGR’s homepage for more stories…

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Mar

Galaxy S20 sales have been sluggish because no one is buying new phones

Samsung’s Galaxy S20 lineup has seen disappointing sales so far, partly a result of the global coronavirus pandemic that’s forced millions of people to quarantine at home and businesses to temporarily close. It’s the kind of situation that’s not exactly conducive to smartphone buying — and, indeed, the industry recently saw its largest monthly decline in smartphone shipments in history. Visit BGR’s homepage for more stories . We’re already on record for having pegged the…

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Mar

500,000 coronavirus tests a week is helping Germany keep the death toll in check

Germany had more than 41,000 registered coronavirus cases as of Thursday afternoon local time, which makes it the world’s fifth-largest host of COVID-19 patients. The country has only reported 236 COVID-19 deaths, contrasting with other EU countries where the death toll is in the thousands. Germany’s secret weapon is extensive testing, as the country averages 500,000 tests per week. Visit BGR’s homepage for more stories . The coronavirus pandemic seems unstoppable right now when you…

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Mar

An Uber driver in New York died from coronavirus after picking up a sick passenger

According to Johns Hopkins University , there have been over 80,000 confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus in the US to-date, as well as more than 1,000 deaths.  Among those who died from the COVID-19 coronavirus is Anil Subba, an Uber driver from Nepal who was in his 40s and developed symptoms of the virus after picking up a sick passenger. New York City has become something of an epicenter of the virus in the…