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Car owners with Auto Bavaria can now order service technicians to their location using the retailer's app, for various simpler repairs like tire or battery replacements.
How bitcoin and other digital coins are defined could shape how they are regulated around the world.
In the home of giant companies like Amazon.com Inc, Microsoft Corp and Starbucks Corp, officials try to manage the first and largest outbreak of coronavirus in the United States.
With Chinese consumers hit by quarantine and travel restrictions as well as just wary about venturing out to the shops due to the coronavirus epidemic, companies in the world's most populous nation are experimenting with new tricks to make sales.
In a test kitchen in a corner building in downtown Pasadena, Flippy the robot grabbed a fryer basket full of chicken fingers, plunged it into hot oil – its sensors told it exactly how hot – then lifted, drained and dumped maximally tender tenders into a waiting hopper.
Mobile phone apps that point shoppers to discounted groceries, codes on chicken and cheese that display their origin, and water dispensers and degradable packaging that slash plastic use.
Before HQ Trivia ran out of money earlier this month and abruptly shut down, the once-promising startup appeared to be on the brink of a dramatic victory. It had an acquisition offer from a media company called Whistle. The deal would have given HQ the cash it desperately needed to keep the lights on.
Microsoft Corp chief executive officer Satya Nadella touted the new India cloud partnership with Reliance Industries as he shared centre-stage with its chairman Mukesh Ambani at an event in India's financial capital on Feb 24.
Facebook's former sustainability chief has launched an organisation to help employees at big companies press their bosses for more aggressive policies to fight climate change.
India is buying drones and specialist equipment to monitor the movement of locusts and spray insecticides to ward off a new outbreak that could ravage crops, government officials said.