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Foxconn

Self-driving cars might get their own lane on Interstate 94

[ad_1] Self-driving vehicles may get their very own lanes along a stretch of the bustling Interstate 94 in Wisconsin. Wisconsin transportation officials are considering the futuristic option because the electronics manufacturing giant Foxconn — whose Chinese factory produces up to half a million iPhones a day...

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Didi, WeWork, and possibly Uber? SoftBank’s top 10 deals this year

[ad_1] Up until about June last year, it had been Masayoshi Son’s plan to retire as SoftBank’s CEO when he turned 60 – which would have been last month. But in June 2016, everything changed. SoftBank’s president Nikesh Arora, who already stood by as Son’s successor,...

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Alibaba debuts ‘smile to pay’ facial recognition payments at KFC in China

[ad_1] China is streets ahead when it comes to digital payments. The latest leap is facial recognition technology that allows a customer to pay by literally flashing a smile. Alibaba’s Ant Financial affiliate launched the ‘smile to pay’ service in Huangzhou, the location of the company’s...

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Viu gets $110m backing for Asia’s streaming war

[ad_1] K-drama “Descendants of the Sun” is one of Southeast Asia’s most popular TV shows. Foxconn’s venture capital arm, Singaporean state fund Temasek Holdings, and Chinese private equity firm Hony Capital have made a strategic investment in the company behind video streaming service Viu. Foxconn Ventures, Hony,...

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India’s Flipkart and 7 Chinese unicorns in MIT list of world’s 50 smartest companies

[ad_1] Seven Chinese unicorns, including Baidu, Alibaba, and Tencent, and Indian ecommerce hero Flipkart made it to MIT Technology Review list of the 50 smartest companies in the world. Photo credit: Pixabay and Tech in Asia. Indian ecommerce leader Flipkart and seven Chinese unicorns – including...

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