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The LoweBot speaks multiple languages, and will be deployed to 11 stores to help guide home improvers to find items in store.
Jeff Jones's exit is the latest in a string of executive departures from Target, which has made a series of management changes since last year.
Local media reports have said some users of the device have claimed that the battery for their phones exploded.
That's one way to get out of a test.
The company has been trying to beef up its presence in cloud computing, a market dominated by Amazon and Microsoft.
The search giant plans to open its ride-sharing program to Waze app users in San Francisco this fall.
John Ellenby's Grid delivered what is widely viewed as one of the first laptop computers, the Compass.
You don't need to earn a massive paycheck to become a millionaire.
The Facebook CEO is eager to help people mark themselves as safe and show off his automated home.
The head of tech giant Apple has hit back at the European Commission's ruling about its tax operations in Ireland.
'No, we are a tech company, not a media company,' said Mark Zuckerberg, after a young Italian asked him whether Facebook intended to become a news editor.
Apparently by levying a sizeable fee to merchants and requiring loads of proof that the products are legit.
'It's very important that the entire world gets to see the courtroom,' said Dotcom's lawyer, Ira Rothken. 'The internet isn't run by any one nation, so we thought the solution itself would come from the internet.'
The story popped up days after Facebook announced it would no longer use editors to curate trending news.
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