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Stay calm. Here's our guide to what symptoms you should look out for, and how to respond if you've been exposed.
In this moment of need, let there be no judgments passed about screen time. Here are the tablets you should get your kids, and why.
Millions of people are staying inside for the indefinite future. Here are a few apps to help you socialize, exercise, and meditate from your own home.
Maybe a tiny vibrating device can remind you to sit up straight once and for all.
Need to take a break from the real world? Nintendo has you covered.
Still stuck inside? So are we. Here are a few things that might make your self-isolation a little easier to bear.
This instant camera offers modern features like autofocus and a better flash in a classic, colorful package.
This week on Gadget Lab, we discuss how misinformation about the pandemic is being handled by the government, the media, and social platforms.
The new 13-inch Apple laptop doesn't reinvent the form, but at least you can type on it properly.
Donate, if you can. Everyone is trying to get by, but these nonprofits, retailers, and companies are directly helping make a difference against the novel coronavirus.
Verizon and AT&T will drop mobile data overage charges for customers experiencing financial hardship as a result of the coronavirus.
Your phone's portrait mode is no match for a real point-and-shoot camera's portrait lens. These are the best pocket cameras we've tested.
I lived for four months with this snappy Google Assistant-powered smart display and found it useful for everything from cooking instructions to home security.
It's dangerous to go alone! Take these apps and services to stay in touch and feel less isolated while you follow shelter-in-place or stay-at-home orders.
Worried your kids will rot their brains on movies and TV? Try these “edutaining” games instead for PC, Mac, iPhone, iPad, and Android phones.
As the pandemic pushes work online, Zoom is the new office. Follow these tips to get the most out of those video meet-ups.
If you're lucky enough to have a job that lets you shelter in place while you work, here are some ways to stay productive in your downtime.
Now with lidar, Apple's newest tablet is the most powerful and feature-rich iPad yet. It's also great for watching Netflix while stuck in self isolation.
Apple's new iPadOS 13.4 adds enhanced support for trackpads. And with that, a shiny new cursor.
All you need is an internet connection, a library card, and a good e-reader to dive into your next page-turner.