As video games surge in popularity during the pandemic, brands and gaming companies could consider running ads there.
Source: Analysis: Video games are the next hotspot for advertisements – Business Insider
The full impact of the COVID-19 pandemic is still unfolding, but it’s already clear that the outbreak will spark major changes in the technology industry, which has already been called on in a big way to preserve social community and workplace collaboration as billions of people are forced to stay
Source: 12 Ways COVID-19 Will Change the Tech Industry
The coronavirus pandemic has resulted in a major surge in online piracy, new figures have revealed, as billions of people around the world are forced to stay at home as part of containment measures.
Source: Coronavirus sees massive surge in piracy, as lockdown leads people to search for free films and TV | The Independent
Tie dye is taking the internet by storm, thanks to YouTube and TikTok. The nostalgic craft is bringing people joy while they’re stuck at home.
Source: DIY tie-dying is becoming the biggest quarantine trend – Insider
Food, healthcare, toilet paper, beer, wine – a list of the things Americans have been snapping up and also not buying during lockdown.
Source: From beer to baked beans, this is what Americans stocked up for coronavirus lockdown
SAN FRANCISCO, United States, Apr 4 – What does British Prime Minister Boris Johnson have in common with virtual happy hour celebrants and thousands of students around the world? All use the Zoom videoconferencing application to get together while staying apart during the deadly coronavirus pandemic. But amid its newfound fame, the Silicon Valley-based company […]
Source: Video app Zoom rockets to fame, with some hiccups, amid pandemic – Capital Business
Even when the ongoing coronavirus global pandemic dies down, people will still be less likely to attend live events, a new study shows.
Source: Survey Shows Consumers Hesitant To Return To Concert Crowds