One couple’s recent nuptials in the virtual world known as the metaverse showcase the possibilities of having a wedding unfettered by the bounds of reality.
Last year, many couples turned to livestreaming platforms to share their nuptials. This year, smaller in-person weddings that feature a virtual option offer the best of both worlds.
As the pandemic drags on, more people are beginning and leaving new jobs without once seeing their colleagues face-to-face, leading to an easy-come, easy-go attitude toward workplaces.
As more Americans return to an office a few days a week, start-ups providing tools for hybrid work are trying to cash in.
Summit meetings are always full of prepackaged “deliverables,’’ but stage management always works better when there’s an actual stage.
From on-demand video libraries to rooftop classes, boutique workout spots broadened beyond their tight spaces.
After appearing naked during a virtual House of Commons session in April, a member of Parliament said that he urinated while on video this week.
It was not immediately clear what sanctions, if any, Sébastien Lemire would face after he acknowledged taking a nude photo of William Amos during a Zoom call.
After a photo of William Amos, a legislator from Quebec, circulated on social media, some lawmakers called for an investigation into what they described as a “potentially criminal act.”
In a new study, women reported higher levels of fatigue associated with video calls than men. The solution, though, isn’t as simple as not having video calls.
The author is not good at the game. But games played online while meeting on a video call with strangers provided connection at the right time.
At least four people were on a work video call when Carol Brown and her brother were stabbed in an Altadena, Calif., residence on Monday.
The bank plans to have one day each week when workers can avoid being on-camera for internal calls. “We are all feeling the weariness,” Citi’s chief executive said.
Start-ups hope there’s no turning back for online learning, even as more students return to the classroom.
Videoconferencing is good enough to replace a lot of pointless business travel.
One tip: Take a note from Kamala Harris.
The Oscars have nearly two months to get right what has gone oh-so-wrong at other ceremonies.
California’s Medical Board started an investigation after Dr. Scott Green reported for the hearing on Zoom while in scrubs and with a patient on the operating table.
The secretary of state has postponed diplomatic travel during the coronavirus pandemic, which experts say is a challenge at a moment of flux in the world.
Sick of boring grids of heads? A new crop of start-ups aims to bring some serendipity and spark to remote meetings.
There may be less human warmth. But there can be more human connection.
The candidates in New York City can barely keep up with a dizzying schedule of online forums. One candidate joins from his closet.
For incarcerated people like me, access to communications comes at a steep price.
The video was immediately shared widely and brought joy to many. The lawyer, Rod Ponton, said he was happy people got a much-needed laugh.
With minimal rehearsal and production values, online events are becoming a distinct (and worthy) new genre of theater.
Holding a funeral or memorial on a videoconferencing platform like Zoom offers several advantages: It’s easy for distant guests to attend, and you can record it.
Maybe everyone is actually judging your house on Zoom.
Spoiler: We’re looking at another year of internet services dominating many aspects of our lives.
From videoconferencing to fitness apps, the best tech helped us endure a hard year. But there were also low points.
The virtual happy hour was novel nine months ago, and now it’s back to get us through the holidays. But can we overcome the limits of a virtual social life?
Forced to close its physical location because of the pandemic, a Long Island gym has adapted to its members’ settings and abilities, creating an entirely new type of fitness community.
As a global pandemic left us homebound, cousin Emily in Pittsburgh existed on the same plane as “Emily in Paris.”
At the beginning of the pandemic, many singles turned to video dating to forge connections. Some daters felt instant attraction online, but no chemistry in person.
It began as a stopgap way to get through the pandemic, but both participants and providers say virtual sessions have some clear advantages and will likely become a permanent part of recovery.
Skipping travel this year to stop the spread of Covid-19? Here’s how to digitally reimagine the holiday, from meal prep to after-dinner activities.
A mother fears that her kids are learning less and missing more.
The crisis facing magicians is unprecedented. “It’s a scary, scary time,” said one.
In a statement, the magazine said it was investigating a matter involving the author and CNN legal analyst.
Remote work during the coronavirus pandemic has given executives with children a taste of a different way to live.
The expert in positive psychology has a few simple ideas for sustaining mental well-being as Covid-19 continues.
The Palestinian activists were charged after organizing a virtual discussion as a part of a bridge-building initiative focused on peace and empowering young people.
When the coronavirus shut down clubs around the world, I found community in a queer dance party on Zoom.
The national bard of community long warned about what isolation would do to us. Now our democracy is in the midst of an experiment no one asked for.
When downloads of the Chinese-owned messaging service are barred in the U.S. starting at midnight on Sunday, the feud between the countries will hit home for millions of people.
What will we wear come fall?
Virtual school will never be a perfect replacement for in-person learning, but there’s a lot of room for improvement.
The pandemic has given David Solomon a chance to try out a more open-minded approach in tune with the bank’s young work force.
Zoom has become a link between loved ones. But is what we see onscreen real life?
Eager for an alternative to Zoom, executives are getting together in video games, to bond, brainstorm or rampage.
In a pandemic that forces us to stay home, bingeing on doom-and-gloom news feels irresistible. These health experts offer ways to break the habit.