Over the summer, the UK has seen steady rises in the number of new cases, but still hasn’t done anything effective to address its Second Wave. Why not?
Both New Zealand and England have adopted QR codes in their smartphone apps to prevent spread of Covid-19. How do they work?
There’s a reliable and accurate index for the heat which can’t be measured by iPhones or Macs, and isn’t understood by many anyway.
What has technology done for us over the last three months of pandemic? A look back with the wisdom of hindsight, and a pub menu.
Is the big problem not privacy at all, nor waking up to contacts, but inaccuracy in Bluetooth measuring distance? And how successful is contact tracing?
Did you think the UK was launching a smartphone contact tracing app? So did I, and have been trialling it. So when will it be released? Does it even work?
Confused aims and poor adoption could prove fatal, and dash hopes of ever using smartphone technology to our benefit in tackling the pandemic.
What’s the difference between a suspect and confirmed case, and which should be used for contact tracing? What about the implications of testing?
Can a smartphone contact tracing app work without using the support in Apple and Google’s forthcoming frameworks? Are there advantages?
Many governments are putting their faith in smartphone apps to control Covid-19 infection. But does it work, or is it doomed?