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Living in the age of ... Gen App

Apps have come to serve as an extra limb for many mobile device users.


Rakuten’s growth strategy

TOKYO: Rakuten Inc is betting on a future without apps. The e-commerce company has unveiled Rakuten Games, seeking to deliver titles that don’t have to be installed on phones or personal computers.


Love in the Internet age

Dating sites and apps don’t necessarily make things easier.


Uber and Lyft to turn the wheels on car ownership

TORONTO: Ride-hailing apps like those of Uber Technologies and Lyft Inc are expected to alter the state of car ownership towards subscription-based services and shared ownership, auto industry experts said at a conference on Wednesday.


SPAD developing apps to promote public transport usage

PETALING JAYA: The Land Public Transport Commission (SPAD) is leveraging on technology to achieve a 40% public transport commuting trips by 2030 compared to only 20% today, according to its head of NKRA projects division Ahmad Rahdi Maarof.


Shift CEO optimistic about long-term prospects of selling used cars online

SAN FRANCISCO: In the last few years, venture capitalists (VCs) got really excited about used cars. They thought selling cars online or through mobile apps could upend the pre-owned auto market and make dealerships irrelevant. Investors pumped more than US$860mil into four companies – Beepi, Carvana Co, Vroom Inc and Shift Technologies Inc. – from 2013 to 2016.


As iPhone sales slump, Apple bets on services from apps to music

SAN FRANCISCO: Apple Inc's first-ever drop in quarterly iPhone sales has spurred chief executive Tim Cook to turn the spotlight on prospects for its services business, but the field is rife with competition and may prove challenging for a brand based on gadgets.


Lego sticks to bricks, despite apps, games and flicks

BILLUND (Denmark): While Lego has embraced the digital age as more kids play games on iPads and smartphones, parents who fret their children spend too much time staring at screens shouldn’t worry: online is not the toymaker’s ultimate destination.