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  • PARIS/ TOKYO, Sept 20- Renault SA and Nissan Motor Co announced on Tuesday they would buy French software development company Sylpheo as they compete with global automakers and tech firms to develop new services including ride hailing and car sharing. The French and Japanese automakers said that the acquisition, under which they would absorb Sylpheo's 40...

  • FRANKFURT, Sept 20- Twilio Inc. isn't a name many consumers will recognise, even though it has recently led a modest revival in the U.S. market for technology initial public offerings by nearly quadrupling in value since its stock market debut in June. The cloud-based communications supplier aims to sustain its lead in a market it pioneered eight years ago,...

  • Southeast Asian ride-hailing company, Grab has raised $750 million in equity financing, bringing its total cash pile to over $1 billion.

  • Oracle Corp., down $1.94 to $38.92. Novovax Inc., down $7.05 to $1.29. Deutsche Bank AG, down $1.38 to $13.38.

  • Israel- based Mobileye said Friday that last year, prior to the release of Autopilot, it warned Tesla not to allow drivers to use the system without their hands on the steering wheel. Mobileye's statement escalates a public spat with Tesla and will almost certainly draw the interest of two federal agencies investigation the death of a driver while using...

  • Deutsche Bank plunged 9 percent Friday after saying it won't pay the $14 billion the U.S. government is asking for to settle claims over its handling of mortgage securities in the run-up to the 2008 financial crisis. JPMorgan Chase and Citigroup each lost 1 percent. Business software maker Oracle dropped 5 percent after its earnings fell short of analysts'...

  • TOKYO, Sept 16- This week's Tokyo Game Show is one of the world's biggest draws for gamers and developers, but the talk amid the virtual reality headsets and robot arms is of the industry giant that never turns up: Nintendo Co Ltd. It was a rare public splash, and gamers in Tokyo read Miyamoto's guest Apple appearance as a sign that executives in Nintendo's spartan...

  • Young men who were the first to purchase the iPhone 7 pose with their phones at the Apple Store on September 16, 2016 in Sydney, Australia.

    The law of supply and demand ruled in Hong Kong, as Apple fans queued to be among the first in the world to get their hands on an iPhone 7.

  • This online booking platform will get your chores done

    Noga Edelstein, UrbanYou's co-founder, tells CNBC how her start-up provides on-demand home services for busy professionals.

  • Sept 15- Oracle Corp reported a 1.7 percent rise in revenue as the business software maker benefits from its focus on cloud-based products. The company's net income rose to $1.83 billion, or 43 cents per share, in the first quarter ended Aug. 31 from $1.75 billion, or 40 cents per share, a year earlier. Total revenue rose to $8.6 billion from $8.45 billion.

  • A journalist wearing a PlayStation RV head-mounted display plays a virtual reality game at Sony's booth at the Tokyo Game Show 2016 in Chiba, Japan, on September 15, 2016.

    Electronic Arts CEO Andrew Wilson said that there's still some work to be done before VR gaming comes to the mass market.

  • Peter Stern

    Apple has tapped a former cable executive as vice president of cloud services, the company told The Wall Street Journal.

  • Pleo, a start-up that offers companies payment cards and uses AI to automatically match receipts, has raised $3 million.

  • TOKYO, Sept 15- Apple Inc and Alphabet Inc's Google engage in practices that undermine competition in the smartphone app market, an advisory panel to Japan's Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry alleged on Thursday. Two of the practices it identified, restricting payment methods developers can accept and preventing the use of virtual currencies between...

  • *Top 30 companies can point to just over 100 confirmed hires. FRANKFURT/ BERLIN, Sept 15- Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Thursday that Germany needed "viable solutions" to integrate refugees into the workforce faster after she met with blue-chip companies, which have hired just over 100 refugees since around a million arrived in the country last year.

  • Will the Artificial Intelligence be embraced?

    Machine intelligence will eventually be on par with human intelligence, which will open up opportunities for AI technologies and applications, says UBS WM's Sundeep Gantori.

  • *Top 30 companies can point to just 63 confirmed hires. FRANKFURT, Sept 15- Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Thursday that Germany needed "viable solutions" to integrate refugees into the workforce faster after she met with blue-chip companies, which have hired fewer than 100 refugees since around a million arrived in the country last year.

  • Sept 14- Apple Inc and Alphabet Inc's Google engage in practices that undermine competition in the smartphone app market, Nikkei said, citing a report by Japan's Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry. Restricting what payment methods developers can accept and limiting their pricing freedom may not directly violate Japan's anti-monopoly law, but these...

  • LONDON, Sept 14- The entrepreneur behind British software company Autonomy has invested in a start-up called Luminance that uses artificial intelligence to read documents and speed up the legal process around deals, potentially cutting out some lawyers. Mike Lynch, who founded technology investment fund Invoke Capital after leaving Autonomy, said on...

  • The developer's take on iOS 10

    Dennis Crowley, Foursquare Executive Chairman and Co-Founder, weighs in on how developers are reacting to iOS 10, Apple's latest operating system.

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