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Desperate to overcome Japan's growing shortage of labour, mid-sized companies are planning to buy robots and other equipment to automate a wide range of tasks, including manufacturing, earthmoving and hotel room service.
According to sources, Japan's transportation ministry plans to create a system utilising a smartphone app to match customers looking for a taxi around the same time, whose points of departure and destination are both close.
Dell Inc on Tuesday reported a 31% drop in profit, hurt by a shrinking consumer business.
The fall videogame release schedule is usually a non-stop sprint from late August until the first week in December. Titles large and small crowd into the busy holiday shopping season, fighting for a piece of the pie.
Apple Inc shares surged by almost half last year on predictions that Apple’s 10th anniversary iPhone would be a runaway hit. But demand for the flagship handset, the iPhone X, hasn’t met the most optimistic expectations.
Apple Inc is fixing supply problems with the iPhone X, its most important device in years, setting the company up for a better-than-expected holiday period.
b>SAN FRANCISCO/b>: Sometimes even eye-popping results are not enough. Apple Inc's shares may have risen 9% on the back of another spectacular quarter that included soaring iPhone sales in China, but the naysayers are still asking if the most valuable US company might need yet another revolutionary product in the next year to sustain its sizzling growth.
Apple Inc painted a rosy picture for its new iPhones as it reported quarterly results, but investors were more focused on the company's next test: topping last year's record holiday sales.