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Chinese search giant Baidu has named former Microsoft business group head Qi Lu as its COO and group president.
Intel says it plans to invest more than $100 million in the retail industry over the next five years.
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Intel says using IoT technologies in the retail sector would result in a more personalized and efficient experience for both customers and stores.
China is requiring that all app stores register in the country, as part of crackdown on malware and the spread of “illegal information.”
Microsoft's patent for a foldable phone/tablet is approved, suggesting Microsoft still has mobile aspirations. But the patent dates from 2014, a time when the company's mobile fortunes were more favorable than they are now.
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