Five economics professors from Hillsdale College are claiming the best way to fight the recent shortages of consumer goods is to let the prices rise on high-demand items, arguing that to do so is constitutive of the “common good.”
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Minecraft is making its educational worlds available free, to help pupils no longer able to attend school because of the coronavirus pandemic.
People staying at home due to the coronavirus pandemic appear to be listening to more radio rather than music apps, figures suggest.
A coronavirus app that alerts people if they have recently been in contact with someone testing positive for the virus "could play a critical role" in limiting lockdowns, scientists advising the government have said.
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New rules on the hugely popular TikTok app mean under-16s will no longer be allowed to send or receive direct messages.
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Visits to film-piracy sites in the UK are up 43% since before lockdown measures came into effect, piracy-monitoring company Muso says.
The traditional commute may never be the same again once people return to work after lockdown in what is likely to be an era of social distancing.
An Australian team has won a competition to write a hit Eurovision song using artificial intelligence.