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Lego Super Mario represents something new for both Nintendo and Lego, though its hybrid nature overlaps with existing Nintendo products.
IBM plans to integrate several key components, such as natural language processing, from the AI debating tech into its Q&A computer system Watson from March.
Jack Ma’s advice for Chinese entrepreneurs in the time of coronavirus: retool, reflect and restore work at a steady pace
The coronavirus epidemic in China presents an opportunity for entrepreneurs to retool themselves and prepare for the growth, said Ma, who drove Alibaba to launch Taobao in 2003 during the Sars outbreak. In his lecture at the Hupan College, Ma channelled Kazuo Inamori, the legendary founder of Kyocera Corporation.
After a mid-2020 opening at Universal Studios' Osaka theme park, a Mario-themed attraction will open in the company's Orlando location in 2023.
Wristband and smartphone app activities debuted in Galantis and Charlie XCX promo.
Nintendo Co fans can soon experience a life-sized video game via a new attraction at Universal Studios Japan.
Mobile phone and movie theatre sensation Angry Birds turns the big 'one-o' this week, and the studio has put together a two-minute summary to recap the franchise's flight since then.
Detroit has the auto show. Las Vegas has the electronics show. In Orlando, it’s all about theme and amusement park rides, food and amenities.
Nintendo Co Ltd unveiled its first Japanese store on Nov 19 in Tokyo's trendy Shibuya shopping district, in a step towards greater commercialisation of its cast of popular characters.
China’s bricks-and-mortar stores stress the shopping experience, rev up with technology to survive the onslaught of online shopping
Alibaba hauled in a record 268.6bil yuan of transactions in just 24 hours this Singles’ Day, an amount that took the insurer AIA a whole year to earn in 2017. As much as 23% of China’s US$5.61 trillion of retails sales last year took place online, a sixfold jump from 4% in 2011, according to data from Oliver Wyman.