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US retailers have been trying for years to escape the clutches of the credit-card companies, which this year will levy more than US$90bil in swipe fees on an industry already struggling to navigate the shift online. Some believe the answer lies in payment apps.
As wildfires raged across California, mobile phones went silent as towers and lines succumbed to the flames.
SoftBank Group Corp is introducing a new robot, but unlike the talkative Pepper that went on sale three years ago, this one will skip the chit chat and just mop the floors.
Hello National Landing. Goodbye Crystal City. Amazon.com Inc’s arrival won’t just create a new name for the area in northern Virginia. It may also kill the old one.
The awarding of Amazon’s second headquarters to two affluent localities has fanned intense speculation around a key question: For the winning cities, will the economic payoff prove to be worth the cost?
It’s exciting for some, worrisome for others: The arrival of a massive headquarters of technology giant Amazon in two East Coast communities is certain to bring huge changes.
The Paris region plans to launch a large fleet of electric bicycles in a state-funded scheme aimed at getting commuters to cycle to work and reducing congestion and pollution.
The technology industry has turned the Bay Area into an economic powerhouse that many of the world's most valuable companies call home.
The main trade group for French hotels has sued the home-sharing giant Airbnb, accusing it of unfair competition by "knowingly violating" rules imposed as part of a crackdown in one of the US giant's biggest markets.
What at first might seem like a toy could well be the affordable and environmentally friendly transport innovation desperately needed by many cities around the world.