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Uber Partners With China's Alipay

Pic: ReutersUber Technologies Inc said it signed up with online payment platform Alipay to allow Chinese travelers to request and pay for rides using the Alipay app in the over 400 cities the ride-hailing service operates in.

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Banks, Tech Companies Move On From Bitcoin To Blockchain

Pic: ReutersNEW YORK: As a debate raged across the internet Monday over whether the mysterious founder of the bitcoin digital currency had finally been identified, executives at a major bitcoin conference in New York had a simple message: we've moved on.

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Apple Should Buy Tesla — And Make Elon Musk CEO

 Apple Inc.’s dismal earnings announcement shows why it badly needs to rethink its innovation model and leadership.

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Twitter Moves App From 'Social' To 'News' Category In Apple Store

Twitter is now a 'News' app on the Apple store.WITH the Social Network category breaking at the seams, Twitter has moved its app on the Apple Store into the quieter News category, Techcrunch reports.

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A Chinese Temple Built A Robot Monk To Spread The Teachings Of Buddhism

 This tiny robot monk could teach you something about Buddhism. Its name is Xian’er and it can perform a range of tasks, shown in the video above.

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Comcast Is Buying DreamWorks Animation Studios For $3.8 Billion

 The US cable giant Comcast is one step closer to becoming the next Disney.

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ITunes Is 13 Years Old—and It’s Still Awful

On April 28, 2003, Apple started up a revolution.

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Samsung S7 Enters The Market Today

Pic: EPAKUALA LUMPUR: The highly-anticipated smartphone, Samsung Galaxy S7, will be available today for those who like to keep up with the latest trend in mobile phones.

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