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Google-owned Waze squeezes into Uber's lane with its carpool feature
Google-owned navigation application Waze on Monday began testing a carpool feature that rolls near the home turf of Uber and Lyft.
 
Twitter to free room for links, photos: report
Twitter plans to let people fire off links or pictures without eating into the 140-character limit set for posts at the one-to-many messaging service, Bloomberg reported on Monday
 
FRANKFURT - German fashion house Hugo Boss announced Monday that it has chosen chief financial officer Mark Langer to become the new chief executive after the resignation of the former head of the company following a profits fall.
 
The market for connected wearable devices jumped in early 2016, led by fitness tracker maker Fitbit, while Chinese group Xiaomi raced past Apple to second place, a survey showed Monday.
 
British oil giant BP's plan to drill in the Great Australian Bight failed on Tuesday to win regulatory approval for a second time, although it can re-apply, with environmentalists urging the project be abandoned.
 
The Philadelphia 76ers have become the first team in the NBA to put a sponsorship logo on player uniforms, striking a deal with StubHub for a spot on one of the hottest pieces of real estate available in sports
 
Google on Monday rolled out a Spaces application tailored to let users easily share content and commentary, group-messaging style, on any topics they wish.
 
An international tribunal on Monday finally unveiled a secret ruling confirming it had rejected a bid by tobacco giant Philip Morris to sue Australia over its plain packaging laws, calling the attempt "an abuse of rights."
 
British telecoms giant Vodafone said Tuesday that it tumbled into a net loss last year, hit by a large tax charge in Luxembourg, restructuring costs and unfavorable currency moves.
 
Nintendo eyeing filmmaking for growth
Japanese video game maker Nintendo Co. is eyeing the movie business for growth.
 
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