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Riding Segway's hoverboard is like skiing on the streets of LA
A new self-balancing electric scooter from Segway grows on you. Like a comfortable pair of shoes, it takes you places, but on wheels.
 
Japanese cosmetics company rolls out app that rates smiles on 0-120 scale
How do you know if you've got that winning smile? There's an app for that.
 
Like many autistic children, Julian Brown has trouble reading emotions in people's faces, one of the biggest challenges for people with the neurological disorder.
 
The gleaming glass atriums and blue-clad "geniuses" that herald the arrival of an Apple store could soon be landing in India, after the government cleared the way for it to open in the rapidly growing smartphone market.
 
The boss of embattled German auto giant Volkswagen on Wednesday issued an apology to angry shareholders over the emissions cheating scandal that has plunged the group into an unprecedented crisis.
 
ASML Holding NV (ASML), a provider of lithography systems for the semiconductor industry, and Hermes Microvision, Inc. (HMI), a supplier of pattern verification systems used for advanced semiconductor devices, .........
 
Mitsubishi Motors on Wednesday warned it is on track to lose 145 billion yen (US$1.4 billion) this fiscal year in the wake of a mileage-cheating scandal that slammed the brakes on sales.
 
Lennar ramps up construction, prices in second quarter
Lennar delivered more homes and at higher prices during its second quarter, exceeding expectations that Wall Street had for the nation's second-largest homebuilder.
 
Besides continuing to invest in smart technologies, Pegatron Corp. (和碩) will put its R&D resources into developing innovative technologies such as virtual reality and Internet of Things applications, said company chairman Tung Tsu-hsien (童子賢).
 
Wal-Mart is selling its Chinese online business to the country's No. 2 e-commerce site in a strategic partnership that it hopes will bolster its presence in the extraordinarily lucrative but increasingly competitive online marketplace.
 
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