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Electric cars, robo taxis and self-driving trucks are coming to change the society we live in-possibly sooner than you think.
As 90-minute "megacommutes" become increasingly common in the Bay Area, to say that Boramee Seo has an enviable trek to work is a mega-understatement.
Bookstores are a go-to for the procrastinating gift-getter, a one-stop shop that has a little something for everyone. But there's a new kid on the block this holiday season as online giant Amazon creeps into the physical realm, with 13 brick-and-mortar stores across the United States and counting.
A tiny replica of an ancient Egyptian sarcophagus and a plastic cat squatting on sushi: just two of the weird-and-wonderful capsule toys that have become a multi-million-dollar craze in cute-obsessed Japan.
Travel firm Thomas Cook said it would close 50 stores in Britain as part of an ongoing review into its shop network, as more and more sales move online.
Among the biggest frustrations of ride-hailing drivers is finding a way to get in touch with on-demand transportation companies when they have a question or a problem. And among the biggest problems for on-demand transportation companies is frustrated drivers.
Line Corp wants to transform Japan’s most popular messaging app into an all-in-one communications and entertainment service centred on video and everyday services powered by artificial intelligence.
Europe's economic barometers look as sunny as the May weather, which should be good for Europe's staffing firms – slight Brexit wobbles notwithstanding – as businesses take on more workers to meet increased demand.
Bill Hinshaw is not a typical 75-year-old. He divides his time between his family – he has 32 grandchildren and great-grandchildren – and helping US companies avert crippling computer meltdowns.
Mining companies chasing the kind of technological breakthroughs made long ago in the manufacture of cars and mobile phones have unveiled eye-catching innovations.