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Eyeing a smartphone or TV from the Chinese electronics giant? Better act quickly, since the company is laying off staff and planning to limit marketing efforts.
The marketing gimmick is designed to draw attention to the 'freedom to roam' law that allows anyone to visit Swedish public lands for free.
The company says it incorrectly calculated how much its commission should have been on rides in New York City over the past two and a half years, according to The Wall Street Journal.
The companies have ended their patent fight and said they're planning to explore 'future collaboration in digital health initiatives.'
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In fairness, it pairs well with each of the three.
Sunshine State boomers suffering the aches of age discover rolling a joint, like riding a bike, is another one of those things you don't forget.
PayPal claims Pandora ignored 110 pages of examples showing how its logo is causing consumer confusion.
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Even if you think you know it all, you don't.
The rules for dealing with violent and disturbing images often require moderators to ask whether they are 'newsworthy' or 'raise awareness.'
Bitcoin is going nuclear.
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